Breakfast

Breakfast

I love sleep because it’s like a time machine to breakfast
Manish Gayan
Manish Gayan

Who doesn’t love açai bowl, they are one of my favourite go for breakfast options. And this bowl was filled of goodness and tasted equally good (mixture of Banana, spinach, cucumber, local spirulina, chia seeds and granola). Though the mix doesn’t seem very inviting, I was blown away by the taste the moment I had a spoon in. And then I just couldn’t stop and it was over in no time ($ 9).

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A hidden Jem tucked away in Katong, famous for the Scotch Egg. Solely visited to have a bite of it and also ordered a smoothie to go with it. Best described, Scotch Egg (10 SGD) is sausage meat fried to a perfect crisp on the outside but still juicy on the inside, wrapped around an egg with a molten centre. And to say it is the best version I have had. And the smoothie “Happy Place (7 SGD)” was a super fresh blend of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, banana and coconut water. I would love to try the other dishes next time as they seemed quite inviting

The Halia is tucked within the lush foliage of the Ginger Garden at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. It’s concept is of a restaurant in a garden and a garden in a restaurant and the place greatly justifies it. After settling in and consuming the positive energy from around the surroundings I ordered for the “Chilli Crab Eggs” and “Banana & Almond” yoghurt drink to go with. The drink was super refreshing and the main dish cooked with crab meat in spicy tango tomato sauce was good too. The best part I felt is the location and it totally transports one amidst a whole lush green world.

I had already reserved a place even though I didn’t need to as it was a weekday. I had primarily gone for a early morning run around the botanical gardens and I knew once I was done I would be damn hungry. As such I reached the place, and was seated. Loved the lighting of the place and somehow it felt very cosy. After giving much thought I ordered “Bagel Eggs Benny (16SGD)” and loved the way they presented it. It came with a toasted bagel topped with Kurobuta Ham followed by Poached Eggs and Italian Parsley (added a great flavour to the entire dish) serving as the base. I also ordered some fresh orange juice to my quench the thirst. Overall a good place and the food didn’t disappoint at all.

We we’re late in reserving a table for Sunday’s brunch and this was the best we could get. However we were lucky to have found this place and we loved it. It’s a small place with limited number of seats but it’s a great place to hang out with friends or family alike for a good brunch I would say. I ordered “Oceans Thirteen (16SGD)”, the name was quite interesting and it addition it came with things that I love, Smoked salmon, poached eggs, guacamole, beetroot marmalade, arugula, ikura, toast. Had also ordered strawberry smoothie to go with it but didn’t like it that much. Overall the food was really well done and would love to visit a next time.

One of the best breakfast I have had recently. Everything on the plate was so delicious and so well cooked with touch of goodness and freshness. I wanted to eat more but had to stop myself. Plated with Fresh Pork Shoulder, House Smoked BBQ Sauce, Spice Mix, Curried Avocado, Corn Salsa, Poached Barn Egg & Potato Hash. It definitely recommend and not regrettable at all (25 SGD)

Had heard a lot about this place and finally got a chance to visit it. I loved the decor of the place (specially the seatable cars) and it gives a sense of comfy cafe tucked away in a corner. As for the food it was just ok. I ordered the Spanish Omelette which was well cooked but it lacked the the concoction somehow. And for the pomegranate juice it felt a little blunt.

With two poached eggs on top of tender braised ox cheeks and lightly toasted artisanal sourdough toast.

These eggs oozed, and Oh-my-goodness, the combination with the rich melting tender-licious cheeks makes Common Man’s version a class of their own. After taking the first bite, I told myself “This is possibly one of the best eggs ben I had in Singapore” - 26S$

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Unlike your usual breakfast platters consisting of eggs, bacon and/or pancakes etc., Wild Honey totally nailed it for their innovative breakfast offerings. Piping hot and spicy pan of shakshouka together with Chorizo sausage with fried eggs and brioche. The shakshouka was flavourful and was perfect with the fluffy brioche. It was like a treasure hunt trying to find the Chorizo sausage but really, anything doesn't matter as long as you have the heavenly combination of brioche and shakshouka. Highly Recommended ($24)

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It's comprised of a wholesome spread of Vegemite, known locally as Marmite, coated with a slather of melted cheese, the toast is then sliced into small strands. Served with two soft boiled whole eggs that can be used as a dip or just have it the way one likes it (Just a delight to dip the toast sticks into the curry of the egg).

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It’s like revelling in the beauty of Scotts Square... truly a no place like home. All dishes are prepared with love and its by far one of the best breakfast joints. The star of the dish, The Poached eggs (sheer artistry) are wrapped in perfection with smoked salmon and topped with roes. The cheese, roes, poached eggs, avocado and smoked salmon make a delightful combination. I just love it! Stay tuned 😋

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