Wildseed (The Summerhouse)

734 Wishlisted
~$25/pax
Wildseed Cafe Mon – Fri: 9AM – 6PM Sat & Sun & PH: 830AM – 6PM * Brunch is served on Sat & Sun & Public Holidays Wildseed Bar Sun to Thurs: 5PM – 11PM Fri, Sat & Eve of P.H: 5PM – 1AM

3 Park Lane
The Summerhouse
Singapore 798387

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Thursday:
09:00am - 11:00pm

Friday:
09:00am - 01:00am

Saturday:
08:30am - 01:00am

Sunday:
08:30am - 11:00pm

Monday:
09:00am - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
09:00am - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
09:00am - 11:00pm

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The beef in the pie was so tender, they melted as soon as I put them in my mouth. But it was surprisingly tasteless. It could do better. The salad however was nice and crunchy.

The pasta was perfectly al dente. It was not as spicy as I expected but overall the dish was quite wholesome. The chilli crab sauce was good, the soft shell crab could do better though.

A brunch that was beautifully done not only to the eyes but also to the taste buds and stomach. The toasted bagel was surprisingly good with a crunchy crust and soft interior. Combined it with the smoked salmon, creamy hollandise and poached eggs perfectly done with runny yolks, it was probably one the bests benny I ever had.

Honey Lemon Rosemary Tart
Pink Pear Elderflower Tart
Citronella Passionfruit Cheesecake
($7.50 each)

These tropical desserts hit all the right summer notes as each has its own distinct flavours. The Honey Lemon Rosemary Tart had a light sweetness to it with a slight sourish tinge and the scent of rosemary. The Pink Pear Elderflower Tart was fragrant and sweet with the delicate floral flavour coming through. The Citronella Passionfruit Cheesecake had a right density to it with a tangy note.

A reconstruction of a Singapore breakfast classic. Kaya and butter was stuffed into a sourdough; and served with a sous vide egg seated on top of a bed of grated coconut and gula melaka at the side. The sourdough was soft and the kaya was runny, not overwhelmingly sweet and had a hint of pandan in it. Overall it kept true to the local taste while giving it a modern twist.

Baked in a skillet, the macaroni pasta was covered in gooey and creamy cheese sauce with a prominent cheddar flavour and bacon bits. One of my guilty pleasures that's hearty and comforting. ❤

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