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Cafehopping In SG

Cafehopping In SG

Featuring Paddy Hills, Noshery at Nosh, Fynn's, Kumoya, Portico Host (Alexandra), Lepark, 20F Specialty Coffeehouse, Pâtissez, DON HO - Social Kitchen & Bar, dal.komm COFFEE (The Centrepoint)
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Served with smoked salmon, thinly sliced avocado, cherry tomatoes and a bed of green, this is still one of the must have dish when visiting @brawn_and_brains! Just look at those melted cheese atop the baked eggs. They recommend to add toasted bread so that you can soak up all those eggy goodness.

Brawn & Brains Coffee
Address: 100 Guillemard Road, Unit 01-02, Singapore 399718
#brawnandbrainscoffee

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Love the vibes that we tend to hang out here these days. Since pastries weren’t available that day, we decided to go for their toast. Avocado & Dukkah is made with crispy sourdough (from Woodlands Sourdough yeah!) covered with ripe avocado, dukkah spices and hummus. It’s one of the better avocado toast around.

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Casual cozy cafe within the neighbourhood. Here for the Pandan Pancakes but was pleasantly surprise by their Rosti with Smoked Bratwurst. What better way to start Sunday with some crispy freshly-fried shredded potatoes that comes with two smoked bratwurst and sunny side up. Smoked bratwurst was delightful change from the normal bangers since it’s meatier.

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Simple fusion bowl like Spam Musubi ($11) or Pork Cheek Burger ($25) that’s served with fries and kimchi. But Buttermilk Fried Chicken ($20), juicy chicken coated in herbs atop soft brioche and drizzled with salted maple syrup, was my favourite for the brunch menu.

Breakfast with a punch~ All excited for the long weekend but even more so as we get to start the day with a good breakfast. Am a big fan of their grilled cheese sandwich and the tangy tomato bacon soup!

Happy holidays! Commencing the long weekend with brunch at one of the newer and beautiful cafe in town. Just look at their Egg Benedict, smoked salmon and poached egg atop muffin, drizzled with brown butter and furikake.

When we first hear Common Chefs was going to close down, it was kinda sad. But glad that they had regroup and handled by a new management group.

Expect to see crowd favourite like Truffle Tater Tots and Rich Man Burger on the menu to newer items such as Full Breakfast Wazza or Shrimp Aglio Olio. And be wow by these new specialty sodas: Frutti Fizz, Cloud Nine, Blossom Kiss and Captain Passion. So pretty that we can’t resist and ordered all to try!

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And perhaps that’s why I tend to have coffee together with my close friends.

Tolido’s might be known for their Prawn Laksa Pasta ($17) and Pandan Pancakes ($11), but they also serve some really interesting coffee that other cafes do not commonly serve. Such as the Sea Salt Caramel, Peppermint Mocha and Bailey's Coffee we’re having.

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Been a while since I went Atlas Coffeehouse so am definitely glad that they had opened an outlet near my neighbourhood. No need to travel down now!

Some difference in the dishes available but Mushrooms on Sourdough ($14) is so tempting that I can’t resist and had to get that. Can’t finish on own? You can opt for their buttery croissant adding on scrambled eggs like Raine did. And while I would love to have their pancakes, we were just too full to eat it.

A western bistro is hidden in the heartland. The small bistro offers western dishes such as burgers, pasta, ice cream and waffles, has been around since 2015!

Salted Egg Chicken Burger ($16.90) is one of the several salted egg dishes they offer. Thick buttermilk fried chicken coated in savoury salted egg sauce, served with a bed of fries, it’s one of those comfy dishes to have.

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Conveniently located within Takashimaya, we can now have our chocolate fix after a day of shopping.

Signature hot chocolate (from $7) that’s made with pure Valrhona chocolate couverture, is my personal favourite as it is so rich and luscious! But they up the game by having a variety of Single Origin Chocolate (from $8.50) with selections like 62% Brazil, 64% Madagascar, 68% Ghana, 70% Costa Rica, 72% Venezuela and 75% Tanzania.

An assortment of tea cakes ($6 each) such as Chocolate Banana Pecan, Salted Caramel Coconut and Earl Grey Lavender are available too. So enjoy the sweet experience with a cup of chocolatey drink and cakes while catching up with friends.

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