32 North Canal Road
Singapore 059288

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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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08:00am - 06:00pm

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It’s quite smooth, it comes by default with a double shot so there is a nice coffee kick. I don’t drink much coffee but this was decently satisfying - not the best but not too shabby either. Wouldn’t mind having it again!

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This also saw a price increase from $11, but was satisfying as it was crisp outside, with a cheesy blend of emmental, parmesan and brie that was not too sharp or salty. The hot tomato soup was pulpy and was great for both dipping and drinking. The bread used was of decent quality but it could be elevated I guess. I don’t know if it’s just cheap plain white bread but they toasted it well enough!

The last time I had this, it was so yummy - fluffy fragrant earl grey pancakes, at a price point of $16. Fast forward to now: a price increase, and a dip in quality. There was barely any earl grey flavours coming through at all. Pancakes weren’t as fluffy and usually I don’t like too much sauce bc it gets too sweet, but for this it needed more sauce. The poached pear was decent, nicest thing on the plate was the crunchy crumble. So sad because it used to be something I looked forward to and enjoyed, but this experience unfortunately propagates the stereotype that *most* cafes serve overpriced cafe food.


PUNCH is changing the brunch game with their unconventional brunch items. A Grilled Cheese Sandwich ($11) might sound simple but the folks at PUNCH have perfected it! Theirs is a decadent version featuring emmental, paramesan and brie cheese with a side of tangy tomato soup. It had Burppler Vanessa Kou singing praises, "The ratio of cheese to bread was simply lip-smacking, add a warm tangy dip into the mix and you got yourself a winner. "Another item not to miss is their Earl Grey Pancakes ($16), which sees soft pillowy earl grey pancakes with a poached pear atop.
Photo by Burppler goodfomood x


even the weekenders eggs are soooooo good! bring more friends to try everything! favourite brunch place at the moment x

The scrambled eggs were so creamy and soft that they were literally sliding off the hot buttered toast. I highly recommend adding on the portobello mushroom, which was well-seasoned and had a delightful earthy flavour that went well with the lightly-seasoned eggs. And well, avocado is always good.