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

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

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The blend of nature and modern theme of the cafe felt as though I was transported out of Singapore. Despite the rather limited menu, I enjoyed the simple well-made breakfast items. We tried the Poached Eggs with Avocado ($15), Weekender Eggs ($19) and Latte ($5). There is nothing innovative on their menu but somehow the simplicity of these breakfast items gave a good touch of comfort to my Sunday.

Will definitely visit this cafe again and make a reservation for a seat at their outdoor area where it is probably less noisy.

Rating: 7.5 / 10

French toast with salted caramel drizzled all over it! Bread was crispy on the outside, but soft and fluffy on the inside. What I thought was fresh cream on top was actually mascarpone cheese, which was very mildly sweet and did not have a strong cheesy taste. It thus went pretty well with the sweetness of the French toast.

This was garnished with strawberries coated in white chocolate, which made then exceptionally sweet. This was a pretty stark contrast with the lingonberries, which were of course exceptionally sour. Personally think the dish could have done without the lingonberries.

This is the go-to item everytime I dine at Punch for breakfast. The warm toasted sandwich with cheese is exactly what you need to start your day - really generous serving of cheese with bread that is toasted to a crisp on the outside but still slightly fluffy on the inside.

The tomato soup is light and suitable to be drank directly, or to be used as a dip for your sandwich. This cools down pretty quickly so be sure to eat it while it is hot! However, for $14++, this dish is a tad expensive for a sandwich dish.

Liked this a lot as it came with a very concentrated dose of spices, with a strong whiff of cardamom and cinnamon, although I am sure there are many others too. :) The dirty chai latte came with a shot of espresso, although I think its taste was somewhat overpowered by that of the chai latte.

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!