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Brunch Sundays

Brunch Sundays

Brunch just makes waking up earlier worth it.
Denise Ong
Denise Ong

Duck confit, crispy and juicy, on top of a velvety smooth pomme purée (aka mash potatoes). The delightful crisp skin, crackles at every bite, while the duck meat isn't dried out.

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Let's talk about their eggs.
Slowed cooked eggs, with aerated truffle, pancetta and toasted brioche toast. This warm, mousse-like mush is not exactly my family's favourite. A mimic of Singapore's soft boiled egg, mildly savoury from the pancetta and heighten by the truffle. But dipping those toast (wished I had more), makes the dish pleasant and delicious to eat. The toast soaked up the brioche toast, giving the soggy-crunchy texture.

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Croque Madame. Tiny square of toasted Gruyere cheese, Iberico ham, and fried quail egg, is adorable to eat, and pleasantly yummy to have. Can't fault these little squares, but yet isn't something worthy to shout about.

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Salt baked red beets. (Part of the set brunch menu).
Either you love them or don't. The cold beets went well with the ricotta cheese and the sweet raspberry vinaigrette. It does mask slightly the original taste of the beets (for those who know what I am talking about). Definitely very refreshing, and perfect for a sunny Sunday brunch.

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Home smoked salmon.
Topped with pickled cucumber, horseradish, buttermilk and Apple gel, this starter place, served first is delightfully refreshing, spiked from the pickled cucumber and Apple gel. It opens up the palate for more food to come, and while every soft, and "mushy", the horseradish, as pretty as it is, gave a good crunch to the bite, and balance in taste, to tone down the otherwise sour notes.
#herfoodadventures

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Nothing beat a comforting plate of sandwich of Prosciutto and Brie. The melted cheese and saltiness of the ham is simply beautiful. Great for a hangover, I reckon, although many may think that it's not intense enough. The lightly, peppered tomatoes, and the fresh basil is enough to keep you going.

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Breakfast on a Sunday; hearty baked eggs on a skillet of tomato sauce, cherry tomatoes and zucchini. Well-seasoned and guilt-free to start your day right. Great for sharing, as order another plate of country bread to mess and scoop everything up, with the egg yolk running like the lava of a volcano.

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Cider never taste this refreshing, and it's rare to find ciders in this flavour (usually it's the boring Apple cider or pear ciders). Brunch with a good bottle of apple, black currants and cranberry cider, makes anyone a happy person.

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This sou vide egg benedict is absolutely divine, the yolk run so freely, it's like releasing the whale in "Free Willy". And that hollandaise sauce, simply perfect, and slightly charred on top is genius. It hard to find great hollandaise sauce, which will leave you wanting more, most in Singapore just gave me a oily after taste.

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Waffles so crisp, that it is like over toasted bread. The fluffy inside is lacking. And the it does not have that buttery smell, that I yearn for. The bacon is substandard, very amateur cooking. The egg is runny not fluffy, but at least it's well season with salt. Thank goodness for friendly staff and cute simple interior. Especially good natural lighting from the ceiling glass. Charming for a nice conversation, but not enough to come back for seconds.

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Paddy Hills special; Big Breakfast ($29)

4g of Australian black truffle shaved right in front of you before serving.

Honestly I wasn't very impressed. The truffle at best, is a gimmick. The smell or mild taste was not present.

The in house cured bacon and salmon was admirable but not impressive. Possible what impress me was the massive size that is worth the money, that you are paying for. But definitely not worth the calories, that is being stuff into your belly.

The cured salmon is fishy, and probably not fresh. And if it is supposed to be smoked, it definitely did not have a smoked flavour to it. The bacon, is admirable, but I have tasted better.

A meh meal, but thankful with good company.

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Think Korean honey pancake topped with egg mayo, and thick smoke salmon. What you have, would be a plate of beautiful flavours, perfect for a lazy wake-me-up Saturday! Hints of wasabi peas could be tasted, hints of sour cream that goes well with the egg mayo, that laid generously on top of fresh crisp greens. And those smoked salmon, thick and generous that no one would complain. But honestly the star would be that thick pancake, so similar to the street Korean pancakes that I adore. Dense, not fluffy, but oh-so-yummy.

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