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~$25/pax

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Hits and misses for the food. Crab Benedict came with a generous amount of crab but I felt the croissant could be more buttery. The side of hashbrow was not warm, whereas our fish fingers had ‘smoke’ coming out and could tell that it was freshly fried. Ham and cheese macaroni felt more creamy than cheesy, so I guess it depends on one’s personal preference.

Having said all that, service was pretty prompt and the food was served very quickly. But I feel like the food doesn’t do sufficient justice to the pretty vibes of the place. I would still return for a visit to enjoy the vibes of the estate if I were nearby, but probably skip the food but give the pastries a shot the next time instead.

Pretty satisfied with most of the dishes. The seabass was not what I expected, I ordered it based on a previous review, which was a whole fish. Mine was just a fillet. While the sauce and accompanying items were good, the fish was a bit limp and portion was small. Every other dishes were big portion! The big pan breakfast was great, each individual item was nice. The pulled pork burger, chicken thigh and pancake was huge portion. Coffee was decent.

Amazing that you can get a decent meal at such affordable rates in a cafe and nice to know that the prices are all nett. Pretty decent and filling meal. Love that it is served in a hot stone so the rice get a little charred at the bottom which gives it a good crunch.

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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!
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Beautifully juicy, with a hint of bitter the lemon slices, and a most delicious spiced mayo. Even the fries are just the right amount of crisp.
The Iberico pork ribs were great too - tender, flavourful and approximately fat.

An upgrade to your normal potato purée. Flavours were robust and definitely a great accompaniment to the mains!

Good place to chill out on a Saturday afternoon ... but a little disappointed with the baked cheesecake which was more eggy than cheesy.

The pastries here were so pretty and they tasted good. I also loved the pancakes and the curly fries. In fact this was a perfect place to hang out with your pet dogs. They welcome our fur kids!