10 Telok Blangah Green
Singapore 109178

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Monday:
08:00am - 05:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 05:00pm

Wednesday:
08:00am - 05:00pm

Thursday:
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Friday:
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Saturday:
08:00am - 05:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 05:00pm

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From the Burpple community

The original Wildseed in Seletar is lovely for brunch, but let's give some love to its younger sister at the Alkaff Mansion. This completely alfresco cafe sits in the mansion's courtyard, serving up gourmet breakfasts and housemade patisseries and cakes. Burppler Ni Yuan says to try the Egg Croissant ($13) as "the pairing of brie with the runny sous vide eggs was perfect". Try the delicious Miso Shiitake Linguine ($17) as well, which Burppler singaporiyums thought was wonderful. Bring your dogs and kids – all are welcome!

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🥡ig | @hooyeats🥡

the bagel eggs benny ($16) was pretty filling! the hollandaise sauce was more on the savoury side and the bagels were dense!

i quite liked this despite all the reviews here about this dish being overpriced. i get that it costs about 2-3 times more than the usual kaya toast one can get from a kopitiam but given the grand atmosphere of the alkaff mansion, and the fancy little touches made to the dish such as the decision to use chewy sourdough bread, sprinkling dried coconut and gula melaka bits, and that huge chunk of butter... i think it was not that outrageously priced

ig | @hooyeats

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Nice ambience. Food is normal Singapore cafe standard I guess. Atas Kaya Toast is abit not worth it. Eggs Benedict is reasonably sized with bagels instead of muffins.

Kelong Prawn & Scallop Pizza ($25) contains succulent pieces of tiger prawns, scallops and cherry tomatoes on top of melted mozzarella. The thin-crust pizza is finished with dollops of mascarpone cheese and a drizzle of pesto. Yums!

We ordered Truffle Carbonara ($25), which features spaghetti and bacon tossed in a truffle-infused creamy parmesan sauce and topped with a runny onsen egg. The sauce is quite rich and it can get a little jelak towards the end, but still pretty good as the taste is on point.

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