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The eggs benedict was sooo good 🥲🥲 everything was done well - the runny eggs, the nicely pan fried buns, the hollandaise sauce. The sizes of their coffee was surprisingly large, it was made the meal very enjoyable.

A great way to end our last day dine out before phase 2 kicks in! Delivery charges at $10 ~

the place had good ambience and the food was superb. highly recommended will go back again!

Come with the whole family to Seletar Aerospace Park for brunch in a colonial garden setting — pets will love the wide open spaces! Meat lovers, you'll adore their 120-day grain fed Australian 300g Ribeye ($38) that boasts a lovely woody aroma, and comes with asparagus, tomato confit and mashed potatoes. A great alternative is the hearty Crab Benedict ($24) that sees a generous amount of crab meat piled on buttery croissant. Otherwise, opt for the light yet crisp Fish & Chips ($23) that both kids and parents would enjoy!
Photo by Burppler Khaw Han Chung

After more than a year of not being able to fly, chilling at a cool bicycle themed cafe next to Seletar Airport with views of private planes taking off was more than nostalgic therapy for me. The Ondeh Ondeh Cake and Layered Rainbow Cake was passable. Coffee was okay.

I’ll come back to try their hot dishes on of these days.

200g wagyu beef ms8 patty, truffle mayo, gorgonzola, golden abalone mushroom, arugula, served with a generous portion of curly fries

the thick, juicy wagyu patty paired well with the well-seasoned abalone mushrooms and distinct truffle aroma from the mayo. makes for a tasty burger great for sharing and not messy as it was easy to slice through!

sorry no nice pics but here we have the bouchot mussels and roasted sea bass.
mussels were paired with white wine cream sauce.
sea bass was very tender. all flavours were well balanced. the portobello was biG. asparagus with red wine sauce that lined the plate was nice too.
friendly down to earth servers and a nice view made the experience better.

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this basque burnt cheesecake was aMaZiNG. the star of the show! i don’t even like cheesecake that much but wow this was good mans.. drizzled with caramel sauce yum

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Bit out of the way but tucked amongst the old British bungalows in Seletar is this cafe which has a sister cafe in Alkaff Mansion. Do make a reservation to seat indoors if you are into posting pictures of everything on Instagram.

Crispy curly fries with truffle mayo sauce. The taste of the truffle was definitely distinct, but not too over powering. Pretty decent fries in totality, but would have expected more fries for $14.

Food is decent enough. That coupled with colonial house exterior and ambience makes this place worth a visit for brunch.

So good. Big portion size, good quality. Mighty would recommend this. If you’re not a heavy eater, share this meal with a family member or friend as the portion is HUGE. Comes with 2 big sausages, a lot of crispy bacon, choice of egg, super nice fresh bread, tomatoes and sautéed mushroom with some caramelized onions. Ate this for lunch and was full until dinner. Highly recommend.

Pretty decent burger with lightly-toasted sesame buns, a thick beef patty cooked to medium, and served on top of abalone mushrooms and a scoop of truffle mayo. Served alongside a generous amount of crispy curly fries (which were already half-eaten at the time this photo was taken!). A good choice for a more filling main at Wildseed.

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