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Visited the outlet at East Coast! They had a super long queue on an early saturday afternoon. Waiting time was around 20-30mins.

Here are the items we ordered:

Bacon & Hash ($21++): This consisted of a housemade rosti, poached eggs, thick-cut bacon, wilted spinach and mushroom cream. First impression: my jaw dropped. The rosti was super burnt and chaotah?! The bacon also looked over chaotah. How disappointing it was! The rosti also was very plain tasting. We ate half of it before we decided to request for salt and black pepper, and I had to add LOTS of it to the rosti. (Sorry, I think marche’s rosti is way better!) The combination of rosti and bacon was good though. It was the saltiness of bacon which was helping to balance out the very plain tasting rosi. I liked the mushroom cream, but felt it was not enough for the whole portion of rosti. Poached eggs were nicely done.

Summer Fruits Waffles ($18++): We ordered this together with all the items we got and this was the first dish that was served haha. So it was kinda weird to eat sweet ice cream the first thing in the morning (we were there for brunch). The housemade sourdough waffle also was too crispy for me! Prefer for it to be fluffier in the interior. This waffle came with berries, cherries, housemade granola, strawberry ice cream and whipped cream.

Hot Chocolate ($6.5++): Got this because we saw everyone ordering drinks and i FOMO, but I cant take caffeine drinks either lol.

Overall, I am not super wow-ed over by the food. But nice cafe ambience, there are outdoor and indoor aircon seats.

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Any better you have to make it yourself .

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Went to Five Oars at East Coast for brunch today & ordered the Salmon Royale ($24++) & a 6oz white ($5++). I must say that I was particularly surprised at how delicious the Salmon Royale tasted - the addition of sour pickled onions complemented the salmon, the crème fraîche’s consistency was light and just right, and to top it off, I liked how the multigrain bread had some nuts, which added texture to the dish. The avocado and scrambled eggs were decent, nothing fantastic. A suggestion I have is to replace the current veggie with rocket leaves, as I think it would add another layer of flavour to the dish. The coffee was alright too, not the best I’ve tasted.


I had asked for the housemade sourdough to be served separately. Definitely try this hack because the smoky and flavourful grilled bread tastes soooo good by itself.

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Tried the Sriracha Chicken Benedict and an 8oz hot white. Sriracha was very flavourful and balanced well with the apple flannel salad, balancing out the whole dish, only gripe with it is that some parts were too burnt.
We also had the fish & chips, the house made tartar is really good, but the fish it self was a little disappointing. The batter of the fish could use more seasoning, other than that it would have been a great dish.
Furnishing of the place is great and lovely, but not a conducive environment for chats as it can get a little noisy with the amount of people around.

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Cinnamon mousse & blueberry compote- added with some spices, very Moroco dessert

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Top with raisins, nuts & spices, brings the taste to a whole new level to this Greek cheesey lasagna.

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Juicy and well charred chicken thigh, complemented by the line and sriracha. Very hearty and delicious, made even better with the nicely toasted sourdough and eggs Benedict.

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