Symmetry

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~$35/pax
Nestled in a serene spot within Jalan Kubor, Symmetry is a restaurant and bar that pays homage to the idea of sharing food. This is a place where you will feel instantly welcomed and can walk in every single time knowing it's going to be good and then leave feeling happier... and loved.

9 Jalan Kubor
#01-01
Singapore 199206

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Thursday:
10:30am - 11:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 12:00am

Saturday:
09:00am - 12:00am

Sunday:
09:00am - 07:00pm

Monday:
10:30am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 11:00pm

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Baked Fish Omelette ($25) I really liked pickled red onions (sour) complemented well with parmesan cream and melted cheddar (salted and creamy). Usually creamy based dish made people to be hard for digestion. I didn't see sour dough bread can matched with omelette dish. Baked Fish (haddock and salmon) was quite fresh and soft after pan frying and baking.

Pancake Stack ($18) I felt that size of pancake was a bit small compared to japan pancake shop. I didn't know green sauce was caramelised apple jam and it's so weird colour combination with pancake. I really like mixed fresh berries such as cranberry, blueberry, strawberry and grapes. I feel that lemon curd and macarons were quite sweet.

Pancake Stack ($18) I felt that size of pancake was a bit small compared to japan pancake shop. I didn't know green sauce was caramelised apple jam and it's so weird colour combination with pancake. I really like mixed fresh berries such as cranberry, blueberry, strawberry and grapes. I feel that lemon curd and macarons were quite sweet.

Ice Lemon Tea mixed with passionfruit and garnish with mint leaves. It made not that sour taste and having mild sweet taste from passionfruit.

One of the few old-time brunch spots I haven’t explored until very recently. Symmetry is synonymous with quality, photogenic brunch items that still attracts long queues after being around for 7 years.

Eggs Benedict is a very mainstream dish these days but it’s apparently one of their popular items here. So why not.

The eggs for the Benedict-style dishes are cooked sous vide at 64C which explains the soft and runny texture of the eggs as compared to the poached variety.

The Eggs Benedict is wrapped with maple-glazed bacon and topped with brown butter Hollandaise, duxelles and caramelised onions. It’s a good rendition of this classic dish.

One of the few old-time brunch spots I haven’t explored until very recently. Symmetry is synonymous with quality, photogenic brunch items that still attracts long queues after being around for 7 years.

Eggs Benedict is a very mainstream dish these days but it’s apparently one of their popular items here. So why not.

The eggs for the Benedict-style dishes are cooked sous vide at 64C which explains the soft and runny texture of the eggs as compared to the poached variety.

The Crab Benedict came with avocado purée, ikura, tater tots and mesclun salad on the side. The luscious serving of crab paired with the runny egg yolk and Yuzu Hollandaise made this dish such a delight. 🦀

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