169 Stirling Road
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One of the best scrambled eggs I have had. They were very fluffy and well made. Everything in the picture amounted up to around $70. It includes the ham and cheese toast, curry pasta w chicken katsu, truffle fries, and an iced hazelnut latte.

Although the food was good, the coffee could be better. The hazelnut was not very prominent. Other than that, good cafe, nice vibe. Would visit again

If you are feeling more adventurous, try their Not Your Grandma (NYG) Pancakes which was served with a dollop of Lao Gan Ma chili crisp atop a heap of pancakes! NGL I actually enjoyed the combo of LGM and maple syrup more than expected.🤪

Might have also found my favourite stuffed doughnut in their Charcoal Dalgonut! Y’all might be thinking the dalgona trend is so 2020, but this thing is one KOPI GAO BOMB! Beneath the sugar-dusted charcoal-hued surface was a soft & fluffy brioche with flowy and bittersweet espresso filling.

Recharging on weekends with a healthy dose of Omega 3 from the O M G Rosti at Sin & Savage @sinandsavage. The potato rosti was crispy and lightly seasoned while not too greasy, allowing the buttery flavour of the avocado slices and cured saltiness of the smoked salmon to stand out. I also enjoyed how sweet and juicy the cherry tomato confit was!

Came here for lunch on a Sunday with my church friend.

We both ordered the ALL TIME CLASSIC Potato Rosti
(with pork chipolata sausage, sunny eggs, confit cherry on vine and crème frâiche).

Rosti was crisp on the outside and was soft on the inside. The rosti was lightly seasoned.
Sausage were ok. Salty and soft.
Scrambled eggs were not bad. The menu stated sunny egg but we were served scrambled egg.
Cherry tomatoes were yummy and burst in your mouth.
Creme frâiche helped with the potato Rosti.

Overall not bad.

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Had been to Sin & Savage Bakehouse when they had just opened their doors some time back earlier this year — went for their Orecchiette and the Lemon Meringue Donuts despite them being better known for their donuts, though those items were also pretty delicious. Was looking for a spot to kill some time around Queenstown, and thought why not swing by Sin & Savage Bakehouse to give their donuts a go this time. Apart from the Speculoos Cookie Butter flavour, Sin & Savage Bakehouse also offers other flavours for their donuts such as the Hazel Ganache, the Messy Milo and the Lemon Meringue donuts; just to name a few.

Not really a fan of Speculoos in general given how Speculoos-based desserts have a particularly notoriety for being ridiculously sweet and jelak, but we found ourselves going for this since most of the other flavours were still on the way out of the oven given how we had made our visit pretty early in the day. Re-heated before it is being served, the Speculoos Cookie Butter donut comes with a molten centre that already oozed out as it arrives the table. Going straight for the molten Speculoos “lava” (if you may), we found it really surprising how the “lava” itself was actually aptly sweet; nothing quite as thick and jelak as eating spread — the consistency being almost similar to that of a light chocolate ganache. It is also noted that the donut is pillowy soft, but still holds somewhat of a firmness without being anywhere stiff; the Speculoos cookie crumbles over the top providing a bit of a crunch for a variance of texture. One of the better donuts out there.

Since our previous visit to Sin & Savage Bakehouse, they had also introduced quite a number of new items on their menu; this includes the introduction of a Champion Breakfast Pancakes and the Bencakes; the former being three pieces of pancakes served alongside scrambled eggs, hashbrown, smoked bacon, French butter and maple syrup, while the latter is their interpretation of Eggs Benedict in pancake form. With quality and execution being consistent as what they are known to be, Sin & Savage Bakehouse is that leisurely spot within Queenstown for some comforting cafe fare and delicious donuts worth making the trip for!

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