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SPRMRKT (Cluny Court)

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Nested in the 2nd floor of Cluny Court a historical conservation building next to the UNESCO World Heritage Site - Singapore Botanic Gardens. Diners can expect a menu of European cuisine flecked with Southeast Asian produce and the beloved all-day breakfast and brunch meals, derived from Chef-Owner Joseph Yeo’s roots as a Singaporean with Indonesian heritage and his training in modern European cuisine. Fuel up with a selection of wholesome SPRGRN Bowls or our all-day breakfast menu featuring homemade Crumpets and Eggs or our jazzed up Quinoa Stack.

501 Bukit Timah Road
#02-13 Cluny Court
Singapore 259760

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08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 08:00pm

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Located on the 2nd floor of Cluny Court, the cafe itself was quite an open space concept. Savoury sides such as sausage, bacon stripes and tomatos that comes along with 3 pancakes with an fried egg on top. I would say the buttermilk pancake was really good because it’s fluffy and nice flavour of the butter and dairy.


Asked for the hollandaise sauce to be separate on the side and it comes with quinoa pancake instead of usual muffins or artisan bread slice. Poached egg was quite runny and it pairs well with the quinoa pancake too!


Wow! This bowl of truffle oil tossed fries has instantly climb up to my top list. Truffle oil here was so intense and so much flavour! Not too sure on the reason but shoestring fries is the best fries combination for truffle oil.

This pasta had loads of veggies - eggplant, pumpkin, zucchini - and topped with lots of pine nuts.


Deep fried barramundi coated with squid ink batter that was soft and fluffy. Served with sweet potato fries and kimchi slaw. Not bad.

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Served with rice, lightly torched salmon, avocado, sous-vide egg, & citrus-wasabi dressing on the side.

Rice was a little dry as there is no seasoning or sauce, might be a good idea to drizzle the citrus wasabi dressing all over and mix in the yolk to bring everything together. The dressing is really refreshing and the wasabi provided that much needed kick and goes perfectly well with the salmon!