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.
Another cafe to add to your bucket list for brunch aficionados or if you want a taste of Paris in Singapore while you wait for travel to normalize.
Got over my procrastination and finally ate at CMCR Stan.
I want my Slut. (Yes, I know how that sounds.)
Too much truffle, too much scrambled eggs, and too much creaminess, with nothing acidic to cut through it. Elixir’s Truffle Eggs Prosciutto needs greens.
Anybody game for spicy potatoes?
One of the best things I ate this April
After 20 minutes, I was physically, mentally dehydrated with the saltiness of the Reuben.
Trader Joe’s Speculoos Cookie Butter has to be the most popular cookie butter there is, and easily the brand that gets sold out very quickly. In some states, you can’t buy more than 2 or 3 cookie jars. Don’t go hoarding. It comes in two varieties: Creamy and Crunchy. Creamy is much more refined than Crunchy. But if you like nipping on sweets, crunchy is something that’s a clear winner for the sweet tooth.