32 Dunlop Street
Singapore 209360

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09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

09:00am - 05:00pm

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Brunch was really good here. Love the French Toast, although it was sweet for a morning brunch but it’s good for a desserts.
Egg royal was on point with the hollandaise sauce.


(ordered using burpple beyond 1-for-1 deal) we got the french toast ($15), egg ($14) & truffle fries ($9). total of $24 for 3 dishes, so it was super worth. really loved the ambience and clean minimal aesthetics here. staff were really friendly as well, checked in to see if we had any feedback for them! would recommend everyone to try since they’re new and on burpple beyond ❤️🤧
p.s. located walking distance from rochor mrt

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got it at 1-for-1, paid $17.
nice breakfast but they were OOS for avocado and offered to change (we got smoked salmon)

worth it with this burpple deal 👍🏻

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Just walking distance from Rochor MRT Station, this minimalistic cafe located in Dunlop Street will feed your stomach (and IG feed) with their aesthetically-pleasing yet delicious brunch! Their crowd favourite include the Steep's Breakfast ($17) and French Toast ($15) made with fluffy brioche bread and topped with mascarpone, berry compote, maple granola, fresh fruits and drizzled with honey thyme syrup. If you're a fan of the classics, the Egg Royale ($14) is their take on the eggs benedict complete with hollandaise sauce and smoked salmom.


Another new cafe in #jalanbesar !✨ serving beautiful brunchs with 1 for 1 #burpplebeyond and student discount +$3.50 for drinks with any main✨ they are not legally halal certified but they are halal-owned✅ without Burpple their prices are still really affordable for the aesthetics and coffee from @pennyuniversity ☕️
The food is pretty well done! Not overly fancy just the right details for a perfect brunch - definitely will be back for more ( after my swim 🏊‍♀️ ) do check them out, they just opened at 2-3 weeks ago 💪

Checked out the new Steep at Dunlop Street — a new cafe that is within walking distance from Rochor MRT Station that serves up usual cafe staples ranging from breakfast plates, eggy dishes, pasta and small plates — the cafe also serve up a beverages such as specialty coffee, tea and bottled juices as well.

Can’t fathom how some folks can bear expectations of how the food could have carried a similar monochromatic theme as the decor of the cafe (what are you eating anyway?), but the French Toast here does certainly looked the part considering the splash of colours from the fruits included — looked pretty appealing. This was pretty much a textbook definition of a French Toast here; bread that is soaked in egg wash for a slight eggy flavour, whilst coming with fruits such as blackcurrant, kiwi and strawberries for a slight refreshing zing — the fruits being relatively fresh and not overly sour, though the chewiness of the granola may not work well with some who prefers their granola to be more on the crunchy side. Whilst the Honey Thyme Syrup was a nice touch considering how it attempts to incorporate a herb-y note to the dish (seemingly a trend these days), I do wish that they would use actual honey of a more floral nature (acacia honey, perhaps?) that would further elevate the dish — the syrup somewhat “cheapened” the feel of the item, whilst also being rather strong on the notes of thyme that felt a tad odd to be had with a sweet item considering how thyme would usually compliment a savoury item more.

It seems that Steep does seem to have a bit of potential given the set-up; a spot that has seemingly placed quite a bit of emphasis on the environment to ensure that patrons do feel comfortable and at ease within the surroundings. That being said, we felt that the food was rather average — likely due to the quality of the ingredients used; perhaps also due to us ordering the wrong items. But in all fairness, Steep does work well as a good hangout for those who are not too picky with what they are having — just probably need to have some expectations managed with regard to the food served.