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Fried croissant coated in cinnamon sugar, sitting on a bed of raspberry coulis, served with Brotherbird’s signature cookie butter softserve, some diced strawberries and granola. Boy was this an utter joy to devour. Let’s start off with the fried croissant: what an absolute stroke of genius! Their take on churros I’d think sees their widely sought after croissants fried to a beautiful crisp, its inner layers becoming a hot, greasy mess that’s as sinful as it is delicious. Put that with their tasty af cookie butter softserve (best biscoff-flavoured frozen treat I’ve tasted btw), tangy coulis, and sweet vibrant strawberries, and you’ve got yourself a fabulously well-composed dessert. Granted, there’s still room for improvement here. I’d much have preferred the cinnamon sugar topping to be coarser, much like the good ol’ classic churros, and for the croissant to be a touch less greasy. But hey, it’s their third day of ops since they reopened their cafe after a year’s break; so I’m not complaining. It’s innovative without being over-the-top cray cray, exciting while still comforting.

We tried their Matcha and Black Sesame ones, and as good as they sounded both were unfortunately exceedingly disappointing. For one the choux was dry, limp, and stale — basically lou hong so it was honestly a struggle to finish it. A good cream filling would’ve helped salvage the situation, but sadly both cream fillings were overly stiff and lacklustre in flavour. The matcha cream was way too bitter (not in the pleasant way mind you), the powder not completely dissolved so there was a very unwelcome grainy texture. The black sesame one had a much better flavour, but it wasn’t as rich and luscious as I would’ve hoped for.

For a very reasonable $9.90/$10.90 (chicken/beef), you get a generous bowl of their signature yellow basmati rice, fresh pita, shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, housemade white and red sauces. Before we touch on flavour, let me just kindly point out that when I say this is a generous bowl: I actually mean MASSIVE. There’s a mound of rice in there, and most importantly enough meat to keep you going as well. “What about the taste,” you ask? OOF. The rice was perfectly cooked (read: grains still fully intact) and well-seasoned too; meats flavourful, juicy, and tender; and man were their sauces on point. The white sauce is tangy, garlicky, and cool, while the red sauce packs quite a massive punch; so together they balance each other out to create an absolutely delicious and satisfying meal.

If there’s one thing I can’t live without, it’s my daily dose of covfefe. And if you’re like me, might I just recommend you keep a stash of Sarnies cold brews at home? I’ve had their Clean and Classic black on numerous occasions, and always found them consistent and reliable. Very clean mouthfeel, light on the palate while still boasting a good body. If you like your cups joe with some dairy though, I pinky promise their white cold brew isn’t any bit inferior either. “Rich and creamy” — this statement is très exactement. Full-bodied and bold, the bitterness of the espresso hits you smack right in the face at first, ebbing away to reveal discernible notes of sweet molasses. I love how nuanced the drink is, and how the flavours are beautifully and subtly layered together.

Currently a total of 3️⃣ outlets (Tanjong Pagar, Novena & Holland Village) in our little red dot, @twomenbagelhouse needs no further introduction - who isn’t familiar with their generously portioned bagels freshly made from scratch in the morning🌇?

👉Lox Blueberry Bagel - SGD14
smoked salmon, cream cheese, tomato, red onions, pickles, hard-boiled eggs

Something I will crave every other day, if only it wasn’t so far away🥲. What you pay is more than okay, for the bagel will make your day😉.

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

📍Two Men Bagel House (Novena)
Royal Square
103 Irrawaddy Road 01-04, S329566

Back here because I was craving for this! Pasta infused with squid ink for its rich, black colour, before being topped with crabmeat and tossed in tomato sauce with just a hint of cream. The portion of crabmeat here is generous!

This new concept by Soi Thai Soi Nice, Pratunam PLUS, aims to bring the taste and flavour of Thai street food in an affordable and convenient manner. With main dishes starting at $6.90 and skewers from $1.20, you can definitely stretch your money further and dine in a nice and comfortable setting. With three outlets in Singapore, this Bugis+ outlet is the flagship of the trio with an extensive menu that you will be spoilt for choice.

What we had during the media invite includes the Premium Tom Yum Mama ($12.90) and Runny Omelette Prawn Fried Rice ($8.90), the former no stranger to many as it is a comforting noodle dish that contains prawns, squid, bacon strips, pork sausage and pork meatballs in a rich tom yum broth that will be thicken by the runny yolk and melted cheese. If you are in the mood for rice, the creamy egg blanket with prawns will surely satisfy your cravings.

To complement the mains, Pratunam PLUS has sides such as Glass Noodle Salad ($6.90) and Fragrant Fried Pork Belly ($6.90) that is reminiscent of what you can get from the many Thai eateries scattered around Bangkok. What truly is the PLUS point from this concept are their grilled skewers of chicken, pork, ham or pork belly (from $1.80 per stick) that has been glazed in a plum sauce for a tangy sweet flavour.
✨ Pratunam PLUS by Soi Thai Soi Nice
📍 201 Victoria Street, Bugis+, Unit 04-09, Singapore 188067
🍴 [Media Invite]