34 Sago Street
Singapore 059026

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08:00am - 05:00pm


08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

08:00am - 05:00pm

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My Big Breakfast Club ($18 nett) took a while to be served, but thankfully I had my coffee (double shot as a default) to keep me happy.

Wasn't feeling a scramble or sunny-side up, so soft boiled it was for me. These are basically hard boiled eggs with a runny yolk, which is how I usually cook them on my own as snack prep. On a brunch platter, though, I wish they had poached eggs (my favourite) as an option..

Mushrooms were my choice of "meat" (for lack of a better word) - as opposed to smoked salmon, ham or bacon. These were plentiful, juicy, & appreciated. Great toasting technique on the sourdough toast as well - crispy but not hard. The spicy baked beans didn't actually feel spicy to me, but lent good flavour to the platter. Was glad to get my veggies in with the halloumi side salad, although the cheese didn't do much for me & I honestly would've been okay without it.

In all, a nice brunch platter that piqued my curiosity. I would love to try their other brunch, pasta, & bagels on the menu. Especially since this is such a nice (albeit small) place to chill at. I can totally see myself spending a nice afternoon here relaxing.

💳 Accepts credit cards
💵 Cash accepted
📱 GrabPay accepted
🌬 Indoor seats available
☀ Outdoor seats available
💦 Water is not chargeable
🚫 No GST or service charge

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Amazing brunch with fab price point! We love it and will be back for more!!

Food 4/5
Ambience 4/5
Service 3.8/5
Price point 4.7/5

It was a pleasant surprise to be greeted with a great number of food choices! From pasta to waffles to bagelwich to toasts and scones. Their service is excellent too, very friendly and accommodating :)

Pictured is their Beef Rendang Toast. The eggs were cooked perfectly, but the beef rendang is a bit dry and could be a tad spicy, but nevertheless a good meal choice if you want something different for brunch food. Will be back to try their other food options!

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We got lucky with a fresh batch of bagel served to us! SO GOOD.
toasty exterior but a soft moist center. well balanced with a spread of cream cheese.
for $3.50, it is a steal and must order!

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Avocado on Toast - $14
Comes with soft-boiled egg, willed spinach, creamy avocado, cream cheese, all layered on top of sourdough. There’s smoked salmon/mushrooms/ham to choose from, and I picked the ham. I also got the O.M.G. smoothie ($8.5), yummy greek yogurt blend with orange, mango, banana. Awesome weekend vibes
The Food Peeps

One of the few places I am looking forward to return to ever since discovering them at Maxwell House is The Food Peeps Coffee & Deli; the cafe was pretty much a hole-in-the-wall back then, occupying a small unit that faces Six Senses Maxwell serving up some pretty unique dishes. Fast forward to end-2020 and with the Maxwell House being sold en-bloc, The Food Peeps Coffee & Deli has moved into its newer and bigger digs at 34 Sago Street — located fairly close to Chinatown Complex Market and the Chinatown Visitor Centre; also walkable from the future Maxwell MRT Station along the Thomson-East Coast Line.

Don’t recall their menu being this extensive at Maxwell House, but The Food Peeps Coffee & Deli now offers a menu that has sections dedicated to small plates, savoury brunch dishes, sweet brunch, sandwiches and pasta — items previously available at Maxwell House that are available here include the Rendang On Toast which we had back then. Going for the Hong Kong Breakfast Bagelwich, the bagel sandwich includes elements such as smoked ham, tomato spread, cheddar, truffle scrambled egg — all that in between a toasted sesame bagel. Taking a first bite into the bagel, one would notice how the bagel carried quite a firm bite; sufficiently dense but not too heavy — well-sized given how it does seem a little smaller than other bagels, though somewhat thoughtful considering how it’s pretty hefty on its own. Going down to the condiments, one would notice how the Hong Kong Breakfast Bagelwich tasted somewhat like a pizza in a different form — we especially loved the punchy tomato spread that is nothing short of refreshing and tangy; seemingly the driver here while the truffle scrambled eggs felt more like an omelette which was still comforting and carried a slight whiff of truffle that didn’t overwhelm the entire bagel sandwich. The smoked ham provided a meaty bite, while the cheddar added a good savouriness that binds all of the items together. Only felt that the bagel sandwich seemed to lack greens; would personally prefer a garden salad to come alongside so that the plate could look less sparse, though I wouldn’t have mind if they include spinach leaves for a more balanced touch.

Something I had quite liked about The Food Peeps Coffee & Deli is how they seem to make brunch food that seems simple, yet so comforting and flavourful. The food items offered here are seemingly mostly rather basic fusion fare, but they do them really well — something that warms the soul. With such satisfying brunch fare, it is little wonder how they have since gained quite a fair bit of popularity ever since their move to Sago Street; a more visible and convenient location for those whom find it difficult to find them previously since they used to be hidden behind shrubs from the main walkway beside Six Senses Duxton. A spot that avid cafe-hoppers should add to the list to visit; also one that I would be pretty excited to revisit as well!