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Plentyfull is the epitome of restorative dining experiences - aiming to serve up dishes that soothe the soul and palate in equal measure. Keeping with this theme, most of the food here is made from scratch daily, so rest assured that your meals are as fresh as they can get! The seasonal menu marries fresh local produce and artisan international ingredients in a seamless blend that will leave your palate longing for more. Dishes such as the beloved Organic Eggs Iberico Ham Benedict bring together fresh local Organic Eggs with 36 Month Aged Jamon Iberico from Spain to create a dish that will have you savouring every bite. Whether youโ€™re a couple looking to cosy up or a large group bonding over good food, Plentyfull has got you covered. With expansive benches for communal dining with large groups, as well as private booths for date night, youโ€™ll never feel out of place in this carefully curated space.
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9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-79/80 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

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10:00am - 03:00pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

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10:00am - 10:30pm

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I love the lemon pound cake here as it has a refreshing burst of citrusy goodness! First the sour notes hit you then the sugar rush from the icing, totally enjoyable! The banana bread ($2.70) is decent too but everything else is expensive then ๐Ÿ˜‚ I also felt that the Iced Mocha ($8) could do with a heavier touch of chocolatey goodness

Steak (protein) with salad (greens) and fries (carbs) - pretty much the things that make up a balanced meal ๐Ÿ˜‰ While I appreciated the thickness and beautifully pink interior (called for medium rare) of the sirloin steak, it was unfortunately underseasoned. It was a very lean cut too, resulting in a lack of tenderness and natural sweetness given off from beef fat. Definitely needed the sauce, butter and roasted garlic cloves to accompany, but I'd still have preferred a better executed steak.


Think smoked salmon eggs benedict with the muffin base replaced with a giant buckwheat pancake, topped with fried kale and ikura. While I loved the runny yolk, creamy hollandaise and fluffy pancake, I felt that this dish was created purely for the 'gram and novelty without harmony between components.

Personally, runny yolk with pancakes is already a poor combination as they're both soft; the fried kale wasn't crispy enough to provide a pleasing crunch too. The pops of saltiness from ikura were refreshing, but it doesn't gel together nicely with the rest of the ingredients (the first thing I thought of was sushi ๐Ÿ˜‚). Perhaps I'm still one who prefers the classic eggs on toast/muffins and ikura on rice.