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8 Places for Weekend Brunches in Singapore

8 Places for Weekend Brunches in Singapore

Eight best spots for weekend brunches – sip back, relax and munch away!
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This long-standing name in the cafe scene is known for their Buttermilk Waffles – think consistently crisp edges and fluffy insides. Get 'em with Milo Crumble and Caramelised Bananas ($12.90) for that extra decadence, or Greek Yogurt and Fresh Fruit ($11.90) if you're looking for a healthier option.
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It's all about quality nosh at this Hong Kong Street joint! For starters, the Scrambled Eggs on Toast (from $11) is simply divine – think creamy, curdy eggs paired with crisp toast, and optional add-ons such as Wilted Spinach ($3.50) and Bacon ($4). Don't leave without trying the mint-infused Wicked Mocha ($5.80) as well.
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This newcomer along Tanjong Pagar Road road already commands consistent crowds who come for the pretty white-washed walls and varied fare. We recommend the Mentaiko Mac & Cheese ($20.50) — generous amounts prawns and crab on cheesy, lightly charred macaroni. Save some tummy space so you can order the Crème Brulee French Toast ($18.50) for dessert.
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Move aside eggs Benedict and make way for Japanese-inspired brunch at this three storey space. The trending Tamago Sando ($12) sees fluffy tamago-style eggs slathered with kombu mayo and pear sauce, sandwiched between soft white bread. If you're in the mood for pancakes, consider the Strawberry Wonderland ($16).
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Housed in Bukit Timah Saddles Club, this unique joint with a horse ranch view is the perfect escape from the city's hustle and bustle. Go for the Brioche French Toast ($16) – picture caramelised bananas and savoury bacon atop of fluffy brioche. For savouries, the Homemade Rosti & Breakfast Sausage ($19) is a good option too.
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Tucked away at the foot of Mount Faber, this cafe dishes up delicious fare alongside aesthetically-pleasing Scandinavian decor. Get the Soft Shell Crab Curry ($18) if you're feeling hungry, or the super crisp Pulled Pork Rosti ($17). Can't decide? Have both, with Burpple Beyond's 1-for-1 Main Dish deal here.
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This fun cafe (complete with colourful walls!) in the East is one to visit with the family. Go for the generous Big Breakfast ($9.90), which comes with scrambled eggs, potato wedges, sausages, bacon and a side salad. With Burpple Beyond's 1-for-1 All Day Breakfast and Drink deal here, get the creamy Matcha Latte ($5.90) as well.
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Located along Pasir Panjang Road, this spot doles out a wide range of options. From fresh and healthy Salad or Grain Bowls (from $13) to buttery Table's Croissant ($15) and the sinful yet delicious Salted Caramel Popcorn Cake ($7), there's something for everyone — bring the gang.
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