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Breakfast And Brunch

Breakfast And Brunch

Featuring Symmetry, The Populus Coffee & Food Co., Montana Singapore, Botanist, Group Therapy (Duxton), Wild Honey (Mandarin Gallery), fȳr, 52 Sandwich Shack, Skyve Wine Bistro, DON HO - Social Kitchen & Bar
Sarah Lim
Sarah Lim

With the milk tea, it came up to about $9.60. Overpriced if you ask me. And although tasty, I don't really see what's so special about this. The milk tea was also quite light on taste and underwhelming.

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While one can argue Wild Honey has lost its shine with so many contenders in the market, I have fond memories of the eggs ben here, being where I first fell in love with poached eggs haha. Still a classic with the perfect hollandaise sauce and obligatory perfectly poached eggs.

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The weakest link of the meal, I guess fyr just isn't a place for brunchy stuff. The eggs were dry and clumpy and lacked flavour. Fish was alright but anyone can cook this at home. The salad and mushrooms were, well, salad and mushrooms. Stick to their dinner items instead.

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A lovely place for brunch, felt as if I were on holiday! The mac and cheese was deliciously creamy and cheesy if only a little too much for one person to handle. Best shared among friends. The rest of the menu was pretty interesting to with things like crustes broiche french toast. I'd be back to try that.

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My favourite item for brunch that day was this item which was hiding obscurely in the dessert section of the menu. I guess thats why it was priced reasonably for the smallish portion. Ingenious idea to sandwich nutella and melted marshmallows between those two fluffy eggy pieces of broiche. Would be even better with some vanilla ice cream.

We took on the option of adding in the crab and bisque for an extra $6 which is supposedly folded into the egg before scrambling. Found pieces of crab every other spoonful but hardly tasted bisque. Still a very nicely scrambled egg which was creamy and fluffy. Above a soggy croissant that wasn't meant to be the star in any case.

Read rave reviews on this french toast so decided to have a go myself despite hearing how scorching hot their outdoor seats are (and yes it was).

Unfortunately this was pretty dry on the inside. Wish they had used a little more egg to make it moist. The sweetish-sourish berries compote and ice cream helped, which we mopped up with the bread.

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A feast for the eyes, and even more so for the tummy. Symmetry's rendition of the Waffle would please those who like theirs slightly denser and more buttery. Pairs well with the scoop of chocolate ice cream and medley of fruits.

Cafes come and go but group therapy has withstood the test of time and gathered a strong following evidenced by the weekend brunch crowd.

Their version of the french toast was delicious. Moist yet fluffy with a crispy brulee coating. Perfect for soaking up the melting vanilla ice cream.

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Certainly impressed by the attention they put into their drinks. Delicious black sesame soy that was homogenously thick and rich like a smoothie. Loved the kinako mochi bits on top. The foam surprised too because I am pretty sure I tasted cheese in there

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Now where else can you get cheese baked lobster topped with juicy ebiko at this price. Just the looks of this was able to draw envious glances from the rest of the tables.

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Wow this one packed a punch. Delicious rich and thick curry with a oozy egg within - if only there were more eggs haha. Mopped up the last bit with their bread. Yums!

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