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Top 100 Breakfast Places

Top 100 Breakfast Places

Featuring Pacamara Boutique Coffee Roasters, Clinton St. Baking Co. & Restaurant Singapore, Two Men Bagel House (Icon Village), Sideways, Brunetti, House of AnLi Bistro, Craftsmen Specialty Coffee (Holland Village), Clinton St. Baking Company & Restaurant, Al-Amin Food Paradise (Holland)
Rachel T
Rachel T

My first time trying the blueberry pancakes at @clintonst_sg!
It was soooo good, I had no regrets trying something different for a change.
The stack of pancakes was really thick, warm and fluffy and went really well with the blueberry sauce and maple butter. The blueberries also tasted kind of like acai, maybe they were the frozen kind?
Anyway in my opinion, the blueberry pancakes may be even better than their yummy chocolate pancakes which I love. (But my favourite combo is probably still their limited edition chocolate and raspberry pancakes!)

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Pictured is the $24 Breakfast Platter. It comes with raspberry jam and toast, one hashbrown, really good scrambled eggs (one of the best I’ve had!), baked beans, a really thick, juicy and massive piece of bacon, rocket, chicken sausage, avocado and mushrooms (not pictured).

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Eggs, farmhouse cheddar, rosemary pork patties, herb-roasted tomatoes, with sourdough toast @clintonst_sg

Do you prefer a sweet or savoury breakfast? 🍴

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A must order! Absolutely delicious stack of hot, fluffy pancakes served with warm maple butter and chocolate chunks. There’s also a generous amount of chocolate spread in between each pancake. So heavenly.

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Three scrambled eggs (any style), ham, hash browns and a buttermilk biscuit (kind of like a salty scone, would probably go well with clotted cream and jam). A slightly healthier breakfast compared to the other stuff on the menu at @clintonst_sg. But all round a good all day breakfast place if you’re craving an American style breakfast 😋 I’m still a fan of their chocolate pancakes which smell so good.

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It’s not Easter without some eggs 🐣 These New Zealand scrambled eggs on sourdough are usually my must-order breakfast favourite at @houseofanli. Sadly yesterday’s eggs on toast wasn’t very hot and I don’t think the chef prepared it properly. Could see lots of egg white and it tasted (different) more like soft boiled eggs which was disappointing because I don’t like soft boiled eggs. At least it looked pretty 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Had this super delicious prata and curry from Holland Drive for breakfast!

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I love having brunch food for dinner 😂 Smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, pea sprouts, salsa, guacamole on brioche ♥️ Get 20% off all mains and drinks if you spend in the same receipt.

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Onion bagel, scrambled eggs, bacon and cheese.
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Today I finally visited Two Men Bagel House (Tanjong Pagar) (“TMBH”). They open at or just after 9am on weekends and 8am on weekdays. Decided to head on down to grab breakfast before my Saturday meeting at work. Verdict: There are many bagel options and different bagel sandwich combinations. I got a breakfast bagel, the bacon was absolutely glorious and juicy and fresh off the stove. I still really miss the bagels at Grain Traders though, the scrambled egg quantity was a lot more, much creamier and fluffier and less dry. Plus it was packed with alfafa sprouts which I loved. Still really sad they stop serving bagels at @graintraders. But do check out TMBH which bakes their bagels fresh in-house. The bagel fillings are definitely more meaty.

If you always get lost in Tanjong Pagar like me and find maps way too confusing and not specific enough, here are some easy directions on how to get to TMBH:
1. Take the train to Tanjong Pagar MRT. Take Exit C.
2. Walk down Anson Road towards International Plaza and past it until you hit Enggor Street. Turn right into Enggor Street and walk down the right side of the road. You’ll see a big “12 Enggor Street” on the pavement.
3. Look out for The Public Izakaya at Icon Village shopping mall. Go through the sliding doors to the left of The Public Izakaya.
4. TMBH is inside Icon Village, opposite Cold Storage.

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