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Brunch

Brunch

Featuring One Man Coffee (Upper Thomson), The Populus Coffee & Food Co., The Lokal, Artichoke, Common Man Coffee Roasters, Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters, Botanist, La Ristrettos, The Bakery by Woodlands Sourdough, PUNCH
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I love Publico’s vibe for brunch - the comfy chairs, the spacious and breezy environment and good, hearty food. Pity the pizza oven was not working but because it wasn’t working, we ordered this black truffle eggs dish instead of the truffle pizza. No truffle oil, just shavings of the real thing. Very fragrant, perfectly cooked scrambled eggs. We also had the burrata bruschetta and the eggs diavola and they were excellent as well. A little pricier than the usual brunch locations but you’re paying for the beautiful space (which you won’t be cussed out of!)

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I know, avocado toast. But I haven't had good avocado since forever so... Fresh chunks (note: not mash) of avocado, perfectly poached eggs and just that hint of sourness and bitterness from the burnt lemon. Perfect for a workday getaway (ignoring the fact that the office is just 200m away...)

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This was soooooo good and only $8. Forget the fact that it isn't really a cake. Generous chunks of apples and raisins hiding beneath impeccably flaky puff pastry. The ice cream was of course perfect with it.

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First time here. Pricier than normal brunch but the quality is also one notch higher. Worth it with the Entertainer app. Portions are not big, but are good enough for me. Loved their little vertical wall garden of herbs.

The mountain yam rosti was crispy and delicious with the tender wagyu rump. The chunky tomato sauce was well balanced and not too tangy.

The King crab eggs florentine was 💯 usually not a fan of hollandaise which can be too rich but this was really good when mixed with the generous amounts of king crab and spinach. Dunk those gluten-free bread soldiers into the crab spinach hollandaise mixture - super satisfying. Also, kudos to that gluten free bread.

Tip: there's a HDB carpark hidden in Moh Guan Terrace with plenty of parking spaces!

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I'm not being overly dramatic when I say this is one of the best French toasts I've had in Singapore. The brioche was pillowy soft and yet had beautifully crunchy bits of caramelised crust. They were super generous with the not-too-sweet berry compote and fresh berries. And instead of almond flakes we got macadamia nuts! The whole dish wasn't too sweet as well. Highly suggest having it served later in the meal if you're sharing it with friends cos in the sweltering heat that ice cream melts crazy fast.

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This was really quite a solid plate of food, both in size and standard. $23 is on the pricier side but they don't charge GST or service charge (yay!). Loved how there was half an avocado and basically 10 different things on the plate. They used the word "platter" for good reason - and it lived up to it. Super creamy scrambled eggs too.

Visited on an extremely hot day - we really felt like we were in a sauna under the canopy. If the temperature was five degrees cooler everything would have been perfect. These corn fritters were fresh and yummy, though I expected them to be thinner and crispier). I usually love hummus and I didn't like this one at all - it tasted more like mashed beans, and was missing some salt and acidity. That egg was perfectly poached though! I think the dish would have been better balanced with two poached eggs and two corn fritters (instead of three fritters).

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They weren't kidding when they said this was a huge portion. Each of the FIVE hotcakes were fluffy and super light. One of the better pancakes out there. But even so, definitely not something most people would be able to finish on their own...

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Well they said casual modern Australian - and indeed once I stepped in its vibes reminded me of Kettle Black in Melbourne. Wasn't too impressed with the fact that they had confirmed our reservations by phone but somehow hadn't written it down (?!) Other than that, service was pretty good. These corn fritters were excellent, and the poached eggs were seriously on point - firm but super wobbly with liquid yolks. Highly recommended.

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Assorted toppings (mostly made in-house) spread generously over perfectly toasted sourdough bread with a crispy crust and soft chewy insides. Loved the nut butter, which had none of that gummy texture that commercially produced nut butter can have. Coupled with the honey and sea salt flakes, it was a pretty darn perfect piece of toast. Cafe au lait was sadly a bit weak which was a waste...

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Haven't been here in some time. Prices have increased but the menu has changed - the big breakkie definitely did not have a chorizo sausage last time. The sausage was a pleasant surprise - not as salty as I expected it to be. Pity my egg was broken and the bread was a little stale-tasting. That candied bacon though... still the best.

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Rather satisfying with a VERY generous portion of meat. The true star of our meal was the prompt and friendly service - our waiters were super personable and friendly. Of course, the beautiful space helped. Great place to relax on a weekend. We'll be back to try their Sunday roast - we saw huge Yorkshire puddings teetering on plates.

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