🎁 12.12 SALE: Enjoy 30% OFF the Premium plan this holiday season >
close

The Tuckshop

579 Wishlisted
~$25/pax
An Englishman, an Italian, a Frenchman and two Singaporeans, all local residents of the Geylang neighbourhood, are united by a common thread – the desire to give back to the community they have all grown to love and contribute to its rejuvenation. Drawn to Geylang for its diverse cultural mix and rich historical heritage, The Tuckshop is envisioned as a communal social space to eat, drink and socialize, bringing a fresh impetus to the old-world charm.

Reviews

From the Burpple community

Smoked salmon with poached eggs topped with hollandaise sauce served with hash brown, sauteed mushrooms, mix salad and a english muffin

I really enjoyed what we ordered, and felt that everything went really well together. I especially liked the hash brown & sauteed mushrooms!

The poached eggs were cooked really well too. They're running inside as you can see which I suppose is how poached eggs are supposed to be hahaha.

1 Like

Price: S$10

Truffle fries are The One Ring to my Gollum. It's unarguably precious, and I get violent when people try to take it from me.

Tuckshop's truffle fries are glorious - one of the best I've had so far.

Today's brunch situation: Torched Salmon, Eggs Florentine and Breakfast Combo #2. Heard about the highly raved Carrot Cake but sadly it wasn't available when we were there 😞 The doubanjiang hollandaise on the poached eggs was interesting and pretty nice, but apart from that the food was kinda underwhelming. The salmon and salad were a tad too salty and the scrambled eggs were disappointing. Ambience-wise, the cafe had a lovely interior and really rustic decor. A nice quiet place to just chill out for sure.

2 Likes

Eggs florentine (SGD16), Torched Salmon (SGD16), The Tuckshop Breakfast combo #2 (SGD16), Soy Almond Chai Tea Latte (SGD7)

2 Likes

The star dish that leaves diners tongue-dazzled. Sizeable carrot cake cubes stay crispy on the outside even if you take your time savouring every bite. They're already satisfying on their own, but the hae bi hiam is the main drug that adds a strong XO flavour to the dish. It's ok to be selfish for this - one or two morsels is never enough. Had this with the Gula Melaka Calamansi beer that was an easy refreshing drink, though very faint to detect.

7 Likes

2.5 munchies: I love my scrambled eggs and chillies, but not when they marry together. The chilli scrambled eggs with fresh crab topping was one-dimensional and lacked sweetness; all I could taste was only the mediocre spices from the red cut chillies. The crispy creamy corn potato cakes may have stolen the show for me, but unfortunately, this dish wasn't about the croquettes.

This was a hosted meal by The Tuckshop.

13 Likes
ADVERTISE WITH US