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1 Queen Street
Level 1 Kum Yan Methodist Church
Singapore 188534

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08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

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If a cup of thick hot cocoa is your thing, you’ll be spoiled for choice at Lowe’f. They have two variations of hot chocolate, cocoa no. 1 and 2. Both are served with crumbled meringue to add some crunchiness and sweetness to the beverage. Cocoa no 2 is richer, smoother and less bitter. That said, unless you try both of them in the same sitting to pick out the differences between both beverages and determine your favourite, you’ll probably find that both are solidly amazing cups of hot chocolate. Decadent, velvety and chocolatey - I’m dreaming about my next visit already!

Lowe’f has revamped their menu again! There’re fewer sandwich options for breakfast, and they manually swap out the pages as the day progresses (soups and more burgers available after 11.30am).

The eggstatic brioche remains on the menu with a set option daily till 11.30am where a brioche goes for $8 with a coffee or tea. The basic eggstatic brioche is buttered with Belgian butter and served with scrambled free-range eggs. There’s quite a variety of add-ons, but for this, we went with the classic combination of eggs, luncheon meat and cheese. This is truly a bundle of comfort foods all rolled into one. Fluffy scrambled eggs, a generous slab of fried spam, and melted cheese right on top. Sent us straight to breakfast sandwich heaven. However, the sandwich did feel a bit too filling thanks to the oiliness of the toast. The slickness of the wrapper was evident, and the brioche left a huge grease stain. Would prefer if less butter were used, might request for that next time!

Scrambled eggs, aged orange cheddar, pickled shallots and coffee mayo sandwiches in a brioche bun.

The scrambled eggs at Lowe’f are in a class of their own - they’re fluffy, full of volume, and so delicious when paired with the sharp savoury cheddar and sour pickles. I love that the pickled shallots are not just sour, but have a hint of natural sweetness. They add a mini juicy crunch to the burger too. The best part of the burger comes in the coffee mayo. While the coffee isn’t that strong, it’s pleasant and aromatic, and pulls the individual components of the burger together with the lightly buttered brioche bun. My only critique is the buns and sandwiches at Lowe’f tend to be quite oily/buttery, which is probably why they wrap them for you, but you’ll clearly be able to see all the oil absorbed into the tracing paper after.

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