Welcome to another episode of overpriced egg bennies and lattes.
You all missed the boat when Clinton St. Baking Company was in Singapore. Joji’s Diner is never going to fill that void.
I am never coming back to September Coffee for a meal, even if the queues died down with the rest of South Bridge Road. Not tomorrow, not any other week or month, and certainly not September.
The food gods have blessed Farrer Park with one of the best cafes in Singapore: SYIP.
Welcome to another episode of never-ending brunches and overpriced eggs.
Let me introduce to you the legendary Corned Beef Maple Toast from Bearded Bella.
After its failed predecessor, Dean and DeLuca makes a well-deserved comeback with its brunch fare, viennoiserie and the Hokkaido Purple Yam Cheesecake.
After a streak of terrible dining experiences recently, I wasn’t too sanguine about Coffee Academics opening in Manila.
Introducing my new brunch favorite (and Taylor Swift’s rumored favorite too).
Here’s where you can get fluffy buttermilk pancakes with a view of Central Park.
Botany’s brunch fare is damn pricey yet mediocre; coffee is way above the market prices. So be prepared to spend for a prime spot overlooking Singapore River.
Walking on Sunshine is climbing my list of… DO NOT EAT HERE restaurants. Their Kroffles scarred me for life. Worst thing I ate.
Upper Thomson Road has a belt of coffee shops and restaurants waiting for you to discover. With Upper Thomson Line opening, it has gotten more convenient to trek this part of Singapore.
I’m sensing a new trend here. Merci Marcel’s buckwheat flour galettes are now replacing your Sunday egg bennies.
Hidden in the back alley of Cluny Court is Prairie by Craftsmen. Duck Confit is a must order at this coffee gem.
Get the cheese pull of your dreams here with Five Oar’s Mentaiko Mac and Cheese. Pair it with Brussel and Bacon, and you have a powerhouse brunch.
Homeground Coffee Roasters’s coffee nails a homerun, but its brunch fare needs a little more execution.
You’ll find that despite less-than-stellar reviews on Google Maps, people keep returning. It’s because there’s something about this Parisienne cafe you can’t quite figure out. And I don’t think it’s the L’African hot chocolate.
I think I found my favorite coffee shop in Singapore.
200g of Smoked Chili Maple Glazed Bacon Steak. You can’t go wrong with that.