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Kurobuta Bone-In Pork Chop (SGD $29) @ Rookery. . Served with fresh crunchy mesclun salad (spinach, red radish, cherry tomatoes), and crisp potato curly fries. . The large pork chop has a tender juicy texture, with good smoky savoury salty flavour. . Rather thin though, would have liked a thick cut for a more satisfying bite. . Invited tasting. . . . Rookery More details in profile & blog
Ivan
9m
Smashed Avocado Toast (SGD $15) @ Rookery. . New brunch item!. . This was better than we expected. . The difference here is they've mixed the mashed avocado with corn kernels, creating a creamy grainy guacamole. . Served over crisp toasted sourdough bread, with bright cherry tomatoes, soft avocado slices, nicely poached eggs, crisp red radish, and sprinkled with crunchy furikake bits. . Has lovely vegetal eggy sweet bready sour flavours. Would order again. . Drop by if you're in the CBD! They also have a good range of drinks for an evening tipple. . Invited tasting courtesy of @rookerysg, @jeremeliang, @msginginly. . . . Rookery More details in profile & blog
Ivan
10h
Chocolate Lava Cake (SGD $14) @ Rookery. . Served with a rich creamy scoop of French vanilla bean gelato, plated with a mixed berry compote (strawberry and blueberry), and grainy almond crumble. . The dark chocolate lava cake has a moist, warm, soft spongy texture, with bold chocolatey bitter sweet flavour. . However, the filling of chocolate sauce could be more generous, as it barely flows out when cut. Still, a tasty dessert. . Invited tasting. . . . Rookery More details in profile & blog
Ivan
22h
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Hot 100 2019
Featured In 5 Guides
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Hot 100 2019
Featured In 2 Guides
Creme Brûlée French Toast ($18.50) An Insta-worthy plate of happiness. This gorgeous dessert was created with thick and buttery brioche toasts, a scoop of pistachio ice cream and a medley of complimenting garnishes. Living up to its name, the toasts came with a thin layer of caramelised sugar on top that gave a clear crackle when cutting through to reveal a custard layer. The pistachio ice cream ain't playing second fiddle as well as it was probably one of the best I've ever had. Combining a bit of everything, it was a play in my mouth as I had alternating moments of warm and cold, sweet and sour, and creamy and crunchy. Wow! Just wow! 😍
Jessica
1w
Mentaiko Madness Mentaiko Royale ($22) Mentaiko Mac & Cheese ($21.50) The Mentaiko Royale was a level up to the usual eggs salmon benedict. Nestled on top two slices of English muffins, pieces of pan-seared salmon, avocado, asparagus, free-range poached eggs and ebiko drizzled with mentaiko sauce made this a flavourful and savoury brunch. The poached eggs were wobbly and nicely done, and the crispy salmon skin as a finishing touch gave it an added crunch. The hearty mac & cheese was filled with chunks of crab meat and prawns; and baked with cheddar and parmesan cheese that gave it a creamy texture. Covered with lightly charred mentaiko sauce and ebiko, every mouthful was packed with rich cheesy and unami goodness. A definite love! 😍
Jessica
1w
Corn Fritters I wasn’t expecting insta-worthy food when I ordered the Corn Fritters ($19) from Five Oars Coffee Roasters😂 The fried sweet corn and halloumi cheese patties go really well with the poached egg, guacamole, cauliflower hummus and tomato salsa - what a delicious burst of flavours! I like the crunch and texture of the corn fritters, and the fact that they are not greasy. It comes with a piece of chicken breast that is very tender as well:) A worthy contender if you are looking for something different from the run-of-the-mill cafe brunch food👍🏻
Gladys
1w
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Featured In 3 Guides
For 1-for-1 Signature Salad Bowls/Wraps (save ~$14) Located along Keong Saik Road, this Hawaiin-inspired cafe doles out salad bowls and wraps that are both healthy and delicious. The WikiWiki 2.0 ($14) is what you're here for, which sees a delicious combi of marinated salmon, kimchi, avo, tobiko and jalapenos on red rice. On wraps, the tangy, Mexican-inspired The Muchacho ($14) is a wise pick too. Photo by Burppler Rueann Dass
Burpple
1w
For Poke Bowls that Pack a Punch Bring a couple of friends for a laidback, healthy lunch at this Hawaiian-inspired cafe set along Keong Saik Road. You're here for The Wikiwiki Salmon (from $14), a poke bowl based with well-cooked Japanese rice and quinoa topped with salmon cubes dressed in zingy chipotle mayo, kimchi, jalapenos and a dollop of creamy avo. Alternatives include The Hoku ($16), a combination of brown rice, salmon, pineapple and wasabi mayo, as well as the Ono Hamachi ($16) that comes with diced hamachi mixed with wasabi, ponzu, edamame, seaweed, pickled ginger and tobiko. Photo by Burppler Raine Liu
Burpple
2w
Salad Wrap And Poke Bowl Came here at around 2.30pm near closing time and ordered the salmon wikiwiki 2.0 bowl and the hail caeser wrap. They gave us a complimentary cheesecake too! All for $15 (with burpple beyond 1 for 1) we got big portions and the salmon bowl was delicious there was kimchi guacamole and chunks of salmon on top of brown rice for the health conscious. The combination of the kimchi and the guac went surprisingly well! The caeser salad was stuffed with a lot of chicken lettuce cheesy croutons and anchovies. The complimentary cheesecake tasted like whip cream on dry biscuit but hey at least it was free.
Colleen
3w
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Featured In 1 Guide
Jaffles - Fowl Play Worth it because it is 1 for 1. I love bread so this is actually quite good. Interior is simple and and pretty. Overall it is not bad! 👍
Crystal
1d
Not many places in SG that we know of that offer Jaffles, and we were surprised that their tables filled up within an hour of opening this morning. Jaffle, or simply sandwich toast, sounds pretty basic yet may not be easy to make a delicious one. We would call these gourmet toasties here as the guys levelled up the flavours pretty well. The Fowl Play packed 4-hour brine roast chicken thigh and mozzarella between the beautifully iron-toasted sandwich, topped with pickled Japanese cucumber for a refreshing balance to the meat. The Fun-Guy was a meat-free option with the ever favourite mushroom-mozzarella combination. Served with poached egg, shaved cheese and balsamic glaze, this was more delectable with the melted cheese. There were several other choices to their range of savoury Jaffles on the menu, though we would look forward to new additions to excite us. Nonetheless, read that their waffles are good treats to check out here too. Despite the location that may not be so convenient; the cosy interior is actually quite nice space to chill out at, especially for a weekend brunch.
I makan
1d
Jaffles $13 Was still a little hesitant after seening many rave reviews online, because really how good can a sandwich be? But wow the flavours were spot on and portions were generous. They ran out of the truffle mushroom flavour so we got the mentaiko egg. Topped with ebiko and seaweed for that #instagworthy touch.
Sarah
2d
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