Eggs Benedict is one of my favourite breakfast food. When I go for brunch, I will definitely order Eggs Benedict, or convince my friend to get it so that I can try. I don’t know about you, but brunch will never be the same without it.
Eggs Benedict is a dish that has a beautifully poached egg and tender ham, sitting on top of an English muffin, drizzled with a magical hollandaise sauce. There are different popular variations like Eggs Royale, which substitutes salmon for the ham; Eggs Florentine; which has spinach instead of ham; and Eggs Blackstone, which comes with streaky bacon for the ham.
It took me a long time to do this post as I’ve been trying out different brunch places, and I am happy to share with you my list of the best Eggs Benedict in Singapore.
Started by the same team from Table 66 restaurant, Skyve Bistro is a classy bistro which is located in an old school building at Winstedt Road (formerly District 10 Bistro). It uses the Sous-Vide technique to prepare the perfect poached eggs. Trust me on this, go to Skyve Elementary Bistro & Bar for their Sous Vide Eggs Benedict ($12).
10 Winstedt Road
Blk E #01-17
Tel: +65 6225 6690
Besides the legendary truffle fries and 7 layer pancakes, the classic Eggs Benedict ($18) – poached eggs on toasted English muffins, drizzled with hollandaise sauce – at Barracks cafe is also a must-order when you are having breakfast there.
8D Dempsey Road
#01-01 to 06 Tanglin Village
Tel: +65 6475 7787
Canopy Garden Dining & Bar
Canopy’s Eggs Royale far surpassed our expectations with its quality for $13. It was generously covered with hollandaise sauce. This is one vital factor that attributes to the totality of a good Eggs Royale (or Eggs Benedict) – no stinginess when it comes to hollandaise sauce
Bishan Park 2 1382 Ang Mo Kio Ave 1
Tel: +65 6556 1533
Weekdays: 9am till late
Weekends: 8am till late
Eggs Benedict is a dish that consists of two halves of an English muffin, topped with ham or bacon, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce.
Tucked in a corner along Bukit Timah road near Coronation Plaza, Choupinette is a charming little place that serves homely comfort food, and one of the best eggs Benedict in Singapore.
Five and Dime
Easily one of the prettiest new restaurants in town, Five and Dime is located at 297 River Valley Road. It is one of my favourite new restaurants in Singapore, and I’d highly recommend you to go there for brunch. Five and Dime’s Eggs Benny ($16) is slightly different; the beautifully poached eggs come with seared beef, and a healthy serving of fresh greens.
297 River Valley Road
Tel: +65 9236 5002
One of the latest cafes to open in the trendy Duxton Hill area, Group Therapy Cafe is a space tucked away on the 2nd storey of a reconstructed shophouse.
They serve a slightly different variation of Eggs Benedict. Instead of English muffin, the poached eggs with salmon are stacked on top of a thick toast. Together with a generous helping of the hollandaise sauce, there’s no way you can resist it.
49 Duxton Road #02-01
Tel: +65 6222 2554
Marmalade Pantry at the Stables is a great place for a good meal if you wish to escape the city for a relaxing brunch.
So here’s a heads up if you are planning to go there this weekend. They have interesting choices like Steak and Eggs ($38), Chorizo Frittata ($18), but both of us know that brunch is all about Eggs Benedict ($19). Have fun!
55 Fairways Drive
Tel: +65 6467 9328
There are many people who argue that PS Cafe is overrated, serving mediocre food at exorbitant prices, but there is no denying that PS Cafe is one of the most beautiful restaurants in Singapore.
When you are paying $26 for two simple poached eggs on English muffin, it is no longer just about the food; it is about the whole dining experience. Where else better than PS Cafe, one of the most popular see and be seen places in Singapore?
28B Harding Road
Tanglin Village (Dempsey Road) Singapore
Tel: +65 6479 3343
On a lazy Sunday morning, all you need is Eggs Benny.
One of the most popular brunch places in Singapore, Riders Cafe also has one of the best locations. Hidden within Fairways Drive, this countryside cafe is the place to go if you want to escape from the hustle of city.
It serves a Blackstone Benedict, which substitutes streaky bacon for the ham and adds a tomato slice to the poached eggs & hollandaise on rustic sourdough.
51 Fairways Drive
Bukit Timah Saddle Club
Tel: +65 6466 9819
Roadhouse at Dempsey is opened by the good people behind Prive, and it serves the same delicious Eggs Benedict ($16). Lightly poached eggs, honey baked ham, streaky bacon, rockets, and English muffins.
13 Dempsey Road #01-07
Tel: +65 6476 2922
Eggs Benedict. Eggs Benedict. Eggs Benedict. Eggs Benedict. Eggs Benedict. Eggs Benedict.
Let’s go straight to the eggs benedict. Unlike the typical ones, Wild Honey’s rendition ($18) comes with sauteed mushroom and prosciutto on toasted brioche.
6 Scotts Road
#03-01 Scotts Square
Tel: +65 6636 1816
For more recommendations, please read my list of Brunch Places in Singapore