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For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$30) When weekends come around and brunch beckons, head over this al fresco cafe at the entrance of Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel. Come with an empty stomach and dive straight for the lavish Crossroads All-Day Breakfast Platter ($27) 鈥 think bacon, mushrooms, hash brown, eggs and sausage paired with toast (choice of sourdough or wholemeal) or an English muffin. Don't miss out on the decadent Primetime Burger ($38), featuring lightly seasoned wagyu beef patty accompanied by seared foie gras, bacon, Stilton cheese, pickled onions, arugula and a spread of black garlic aioli sandwiched between a charcoal bun. Photo by Burppler Julius Lim
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4d
Chicken Breast With Risotto $30 Nice food, nice presentation, good portion size. Expect around $100 for 2 with drinks. Very romantic yet chilled out vibe. The best part about this place is the Ambience. Right in the middle of orchard Road with outdoor seating. Will definitely visit again some day.
Chetan
20s
[Crossroads Cafe] - Impossible Burger ($28) on the menu. The plant-based patty tasted like real beef. I probably cannot tell the difference in a blind taste. The burger comes with crisp tomato, refreshing cucumber salsa, creamy raita, red onion and arugula, sandwiched with soft sesame bun. Not forgetting the Buttermilk Fried Chicken Burger ($26) which is as good too. Tender chicken patty accompanied with red cabbage slaw, gherkins and spicy mayonnaise. It actually tastes like McDonald McSpicy! . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/09/crossroads-cafe-marriott-tang-plaza.html . Crossroads Cafe Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel 320 Orchard Road Singapore 238865 Tel: +65 68314552 Nearest MRT: Orchard (NS Line) Opening Hours: Sat-Wed: 7am - 1am Thu-Fri: 7am - 2am
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Iced Mocha ($6.70) A pretty decent cup of mocha that was chocolatey and just the right level of bittersweet but perhaps could be creamier and thicker for a decadent finish
Lee
1m
Truffle Prosciutto ($22) Truffle scrambled eggs, kale and prosciutto on a brioche thick toast. This was pretty yummy and all components of the dish complemented each other well. However, the brioche toast was too dry at the corners and only the parts topped with the scrambled eggs above were moist. Sadly, the service here was sorely lacking - we were told to get water, cups, cutlery and serviettes ourselves and we also had to order and pay directly at the counter so I鈥檓 not sure what service am I actually paying for? Anyhow, at least the food filled our bellies unlike some cafes where portions are minuscule.
Lee
3m
The Breakfast Works ($24) The usual brunch suspect done quite decently and with HUGE portions and good variety! On this plate, we had scrambled eggs, a grilled tomato, three slices of bacon and smoked salmon, one sausage, potato wedges and two slices of thick brioche toast. The scrambled eggs were not the most creamy and required some sea salt (which they kindly provided on the side) and black pepper to add extra flavour. The brioche was also kind of dry... May not pay the full price for this but with burpple beyond, all鈥檚 good 馃 Pro tip: Came for a Sunday brunch after a morning run and sat outdoors to watch the cars on the street and the rest of the world go by. The cafe wasn鈥檛 too crowded and it was nice to chill there on a Sunday morning!
Lee
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My Favourite New Dish At Artichoke: Sea Asparagus (Price: $12++) MEDIA TASTING For some reason, this dish of Sea Asparagus has taken up permanent residence in my head ever since I had a taste of it. I must admit, I didn鈥檛 expect to get so hung up on the innocuous looking thing but the taste of those scallion oil-tossed briney, crunchy and succulent strands from the salt marshes of Israel with creamy labneh, pickled garlic slices, freshly ground black pepper and buckwheat is something I can鈥檛 forget. A trip back to Artichoke needs to happen soon I reckon.
Veronica
8m
2 Sweet For 2 We were so full after all the dishes we had (read previous post for reviews on it), there鈥檚 always another stomach for dessert 馃構 Hence, we decided to try the most expensive yet tantalising one which is the Baklava Cheesecake 馃嵃($22) When it came, immediately wow-ed by the portion is huge for 2! And it looked great too with all the different components; the ricotta cheese dollop on the huge piece of cheesecake with generous pistachio bits and crunchy pastry skin called Kataifi which is made of almond and walnut being sprinkled all over. First of all, the cheesecake was warm, moist soft and flavourful on its own with a floral-orange syrup poured all over it. Would have been better if the cheesecake was more firm and burnt around the edges to give more texture. The whipped cream cheese was warm also and felt that a simple vanilla ice-cream would have made a better pairing. Overall, it was a too sweet dessert and too big for 2 to finish. Would probably stick to their non-dessert items and go elsewhere around the area for dessert (such as the uh-mazing softserve 馃崷 from Brotherbird to name one hehe) We later found out that this item is new on the menu and were asked on our thoughts on it by one of the staff. So is it worth the extra calories? Answer is no. Save it for an additional main and that would do your dining there justice
Nurul
5d
Just because Artichoke likes to make fun of itself doesn鈥檛 mean you should not take it seriously. You don鈥檛 survive nearly a decade in the industry if you鈥檙e all gimmick and not substance. There鈥檚 a new menu at Artichoke (here are some of it, clockwise from left Beetroot Borani, Sea Asparagus, Turkish Eggplant, and - my fave of the lot - Hummus & Iraqi Spiced Mushrooms), and these should have people returning for another decade. I鈥檒l tell you about it in my #WeetsEats column on Thursday.
Weeteck
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Chilli Crab Scrambled Eggs Back at Cheeky for brunch using Beyond 1-1. Had the chilli crab scrambled eggs (good as usual)and keto bowl which had avo, spinach and cauliflower rice cooked in a herby broth Although it was worth it for 1-1 the waiting time was just a tad too long and service was a bit surly馃檨 Perhaps it was super crowded but I鈥檇 think twice before visiting again
Yvonne
8m
馃憠Yuzu Crab Toast馃憟 Taking over the former space of @botanist_sg on Neil Road is @cheeky_allday, a caf茅 & bar that offers a more 鈥渃heeky鈥 menu with a playful choice of ingredients, and an array of craft beers to enjoy. 銆 Stuffed with a generous amount of crab salad that contained yuzu and tobiko, their flaky buttery croissant was just the right complement to everything. And together with their silky scrambled eggs, it鈥檚 certainly an ideal breakfast for me! 銆 P.S. You can enjoy 1-for-1 deals here using Burpple Beyond! Just sign up for a 30% off (All-Day) Premium Plan using my invite link: https://burpple.com/invite/MRNK633 (Link in bio) Rating: 猸愶笍猸愶笍猸愶笍猸愶笍
Mr Digester
0w
馃憠Steak n Eggs馃憟 Taking over the former space of @botanist_sg on Neil Road is @cheeky_allday, a caf茅 & bar that offers a more 鈥渃heeky鈥 menu with a playful choice of ingredients, and an array of craft beers to enjoy. 銆 Served medium rare, the steak was lightly seasoned and paired really well with the combination of ponzu sauce, wasabi & runny egg yolk. 銆 P.S. You can enjoy 1-for-1 deals here using Burpple Beyond! Just sign up for a 30% off (All-Day) Premium Plan using my invite link: https://burpple.com/invite/MRNK633 (Link in bio) Rating: 猸愶笍猸愶笍猸愶笍猸愶笍
Mr Digester
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