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Two Men Bagel House (Icon Village)

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Pure bagel goodness, hand rolled fresh from right from our very backyard. Be installed for a treat, savour one of our babies and get blown away. Addiction is guaranteed.

16 Enggor Street
#01-12 Icon Village Altez
Singapore 079717

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08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

08:00am - 07:00pm

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Two Men Bagel House at Icon Village now does daily sweet bakes like this sugared donut stuffed with a rich chocolate filling. Which I gobbled down in two minutes flat.
Bakes change, well, daily! Treat yourself!

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Stuffed to the brim with 2 types of ham (Black Forest + Honey Baked), Comte, Brie, Sweet Caramelized Onion Jam and Lemon Mayo. I went on and had them stuff additional slices of Avocados in there, all snug within their freshly baked Garlic Bagel. Those Garlic Bagels are amazing. Studded with garlic crispies on the top, and I’ll say, best consumed right there and then.
Also! It’s been awhile since I’ve visited this @twomenbagelhouse outlet within Icon Village, must say I’m really digging the loud music, vibes and their warm enthusiastic greetings from the team there.

Filling lunch! We ordered their BBQ Beef Brisket $15++ (meaty, smoky flavourful, meat was abit dry but had a nice char to it.)

Mermaid $15++ (Cod Fish Pate, Capers, Lettuce, Tomato) The garlicky bagel was generously packed with cod, mustard and capers and not too heavy!

Paid about $46 including 1 coffee and hot tea.

Back End Brisket, $15 (Left)
BBQ Brisket, Caramelised Onion, Pickled Cabbage on Onion Bagel

Beef is tender (with high rays ratio) and very satisfying for each bite.

Hawt Cheeks, $13 (Right)
Sriracha Chick, Bacon, Chili Aioli, Hippie Greens on Cheddar Bagel

Cheddar bagel is favvvv for savoury flavours. Chicken is marinated with Sriracha spices (instead of the mayo like marinate i imagined in my mind).

The brioche bun was soft and buttery; the beef patty had good char and was sufficiently juicy; the lean cuts of bacon provided textural variation. The habanero onion jam gave some heat and wasn't too spicy, with nicely caramelized onions. This was a pretty satisfying burger - I'm no burger connoisseur but this was one of the nicest i've had of late! A brioche bun is hard to beat, plus others that i've had recently were lacking in the onion department. This burger is their october special at the Tanjong Pagar outlet - get it before october ends :)

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This has been on my wishlist FOREVER. Pardon the bad shot - I was ready to monch down on this sandwich!

Can’t remember the names, but my partner got the Japanese beef bagel while I had the brunch bagel with hashbrown. The fillings were generous for both.

For the Japanese beef bagel - I enjoyed how the subtle ginger notes cut through the oil, but didn’t appreciate how stringy the beef were. The whole sandwich was also dripping in oil; we chose the cheese bagel (most bagel choices were OOS) which probably piled on greasiness.

(One of) The Brunch bagel - Ingredients individually were wonderfully cooked - the scrambled eggs were fluffy, the bacon was crisp and the hashbrown was perfectly fried. But overtime I needed loads of fluids to wash everything down. It became a chore to eat cause it was dry.

I wish I enjoyed it more than I did, but it didn’t live up to my expectations.