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6A Shenton Way
#B1-07 Downtown Gallery
Singapore 068815

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Wednesday:
07:30am - 11:00pm

Thursday:
07:30am - 11:00pm

Friday:
07:30am - 11:00pm

Saturday:
07:30am - 11:00pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 06:00pm

Monday:
07:30am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
07:30am - 11:00pm

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Went for dessert post Autobus 1-1 protein lunch bowls which were very delicious (not featured cos too famished forgot to pic).
Foret Noir featured kirsch cherries with a dark chocolate ganache and the mont blancs chestnut puree had a generous dose of rum which made us excitedly finishing it with fast deft strokes. Notwithstanding the haze , brunch was a real breath of fresh air😜

Have been to @theprovidore countless times but this is probably my first post about them!

If you're looking for a satisfying brunch, this is definitely the place.

Their Spanish Baked Eggs are a definite highlight - the eggs are baked on grilled chorizo sausage and smothered in a spicy tomato sauce topped with smoked paprika & shaved manchego cheese.

I love how the cheese neutralises some of the spiciness of the sausage!

Satisfaction :🤤 🤤 🤤
Price : $18++
Place: The Providore

We got the chope deal $35 (for $50 voucher) and applied the National Day promo which meant that we paid $15! So we only had to top up $7 for everything (smashed avo $19.5, ham and cheese toastie $16.5, flat white $5, chai latte $7.50). To quote NOC food king - what a deal, what a steal! I love love LOVE the sourdough and the smashed avo dish was truly yummy. The only comment I would make is that I wished there was more zucchini in the ham and cheese toastie.

This was really expensive ($22.50) for such a tiny plate. And sorry to say it did not meet expectations for the price tag.

The bacon was a tad too dry and the serving consisted of 3 measly, oily medallions. The sausage is really small, like a bit longer than my finger (and I have small hands), although it tasted quite nice and flavorful it lacked that juicy crunch because of its size.The sauteed mushrooms were kinda watery and oily, which resulted in such a strangely discomforting mouthfeel. The most disappointing were the scrambled eggs, which were so bland I had to ask for salt and pepper (such a travesty in my opinion). Perhaps opting for the fried or poached option might have been better.

The tomato and grilled sourdough were the best parts of a disappointingly mediocre dish. Their sourdough is really quite good; soft, chewy and tearable with that familiar tangy, yeasty aftertaste.

A breakfast plate should be a combination of simple but well-executed elements, but unfortunately this one did not quite succeed.

4.5/10

Peep those layers in that crossaint!! The Providore bakes their bread fresh in-house every day, so I definitely had HIGH expectations for this pastry ($3.80). Also because it looked absolutely delicious and appetizing. And it was huge, as big as my hand.

I kinda like to hear that crispy crunch when I bite into a crossaint, but I really didn't get that here. I also felt they could have been more generous with the filling, as it seemed to be just a tiny smudge of chocolate in the center. Also, it could've been warmed up slightly to make the chocolate gooey and the pastry slightly crispier. It still had the airy, flaky layers and buttery richness of a good crossaint, but I just expected more I guess.

Oh I also ordered a pretty good large Americano with my pastry ($6.50). Always need my coffee with any snack :)

6.5/10

The latte is brewed using coffee blend roasted and imported from Melbourne. The top layer has a bold and mild bitterness to it, but pass that layer and you get a smooth, chocolatey and nutty taste.

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