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211 Hougang Street 21
#01-291
Singapore 530211

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Saturday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Monday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
08:30am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Probably a spot that most would have heard of by now; serving up Korean-inspired brunch plates and situated at the heart of Kovan within the same neighbourhood as Knuckles Bistro, Hatter Street Bakehouse and Cafe and Nakhon Kitchen.

Featuring elements such as Beef Bourguignon with House Sauce, Rockets, Butter Toast and Poached Eggs, this was essentially like the typical Eggs Benedict but with a slightly Korean twist. Enjoyed how the Beef Bourguignon was executes, with tender and soft-to-bite slices of beef that was marinated with Gochujang that helped to add a sweetness to the dish, without the beef carrying anything hint of gaminess. Otherwise, the poached eggs were runny with yolks that eagerly burst out of the whites as one pokes through with a fork, while the greens help to add a good balance to the entire dish. The only qualm we had was the bread beneath — serving the dish with wholemeal bread, we wished the bread could carry a bit more bite and could be a little bit more crusty for better texture; did not help that the soft and limp slices of bread is soaked with all that sauce and juices of the meat that turned it a wee bit soggy. Overall, still a good attempt on Korean-inspired brunch — would probably be back for their toast offerings, and the unique concoctions of drinks they have on their menu.

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Two Cranes is another cafe to check out in Kovan with its Korean fusion dishes. Complete your brunch with Korean style beef bourguinon and poached eggs on toast, with crispy japchae (Korean glass noodles!) filled dumplings.

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We have a full Korean spread at Two Cranes. The spicy chicken stew which is a crossover between spicy chicken ramyeon and budaejjigae. Innovative yuzu coffee that has a thick creamy yuzu foam that adds the grapefruit citrus profile to the fruity aromatic long black. Ordered fried chicken wings that were fried and crisp but quite average in taste. The jajangmyeon has sweetness and savoury blended in the bean paste and chewy texture noodles.

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Love the spot. Their earl grey chocolate and chamomile limeade was our fav. We will be back to try their food. Lovely concept and nice staff :)

An ice shaken drink that pairs the floral notes of earl grey with intense dark chocolate. Served with cotton candy balls that are meant to be dissolved in the drink.

cold noodles ($10)

If you’re a korean food lover, this will be something that you’ve had in Korea. Mul Naengmyeon it is, with pear based broth and topped with beef & an egg. A bowl that’s always welcomed on a hot day

#foodiedes

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