8 Unconventional Eggs Benedicts in Singapore To Try

Crabcake Eggs Benedict

When we think about Eggs Benedict, our minds would subconsciously drift to the image of two perfectly-executed poached eggs with runny yolks atop toasted muffins, and drenched with tangy hollandaise sauce.

However, many cafes and restaurants have since taken this dish up a level and interpreted with their own renditions to further enchant the crowd.

We have been on the hunt for some of the most interesting Eggs Ben creations around – think components such as crackling pork, juicy beef steaks and even the widely loved Mentaiko.

These unique pairings are bound to pique your interests, and here are 8 Unconventional Eggs Benedicts in Singapore To Try!


The Missing Pan regularly switches up their menu, but their most recent change saw an addition of the Quack Quack Eggs Benedict (S$19). The duck rillette is wonderfully tasty and the dish also comes with a side of refreshing salad and asparagus.

The Missing Pan
619D Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 269724
Tel: +65 6466 4377
Tue to Sun: 10am – 10pm
(Closed on Mon)
Nearest MRT: Botanical Gardens

Forty Hands Eggs Benedict on Juicy Steak


Everyone loves a good steak, but how about the addition of two well-executed eggs, muffins and sauteed potatoes tossed with sundried tomatoes? Sounds too good to be true? Well, at Forty Hands, you can get this affordably priced at S$16.

Their steak was done medium well, which served as a good accompaniment when paired with the runny yolks, adding a slightly chewy texture to the whole experience which was addictive.

Forty Hands
78 Yong Siak Street, #01-12
Singapore 163078
Tel: +65 6225 8545
Tue to Thu: 8am – 7pm
Fri to Sat: 8am – 10pm
Sun: 8am – 7pm
(Closed on Mon)
Nearest MRT: Tiong Bahru


Foie Gras Benedict (S$21.90) might seem like an overkill to many as the richness of both the runny yolk and foie gras might be too much of a clash. But we found the idea of it rather charming. Well, we might just be a little biased towards pan-fried foie gras too. But Foie Gras Benedict? It is a yes for us.

Rokeby Bistro
15-9 Jalan Riang
Singapore 358987
Tel: +65 9106 0437
Tue to Fri: 11am – 10pm
Sat: 9am – 10pm
Sun: 9am – 930pm
Closed on Mon
Nearest Station: Serangoon/Lorong Chuan

The Plain Ikura Eggs Benedict


This Melbourne-styled cafe has notably become a haven for coffee lovers to conjugate and is also home to countless of fusion dishes. Fans of Japanese food would be thrilled to know their Ikura Eggs Benedict (S$18) definitely makes the cut, jolting our taste buds with its perfect pairing of ingredients.

Sitting on a bed of multi-grain toast, fresh smoked salmon, hollandaise sauce and a slice of lemon to provide a zesty finish, this was definitely a creative rendition of the well-loved Eggs Benedict. When sliced into, the eggs revealed a rich runny yolk which was a match made from heaven with the savoury smoked salmon and bursts of salmon roe.

The Plain
50 Craig Road, #01-01
Singapore 089688
Tel: +65 6225 4387
Mon to Fri: 7:30am – 5:30pm
Sat to Sun: 7:30am – 7:30pm
Nearest MRT: Outram Park

The Betterfield Mentaiko Eggs Benedict


Mentaiko has become a favourite ingredient in the recent years. You can see the use of the ingredients in various ways, but how about having it on poached eggs?

At The Betterfield, their Mentaiko Eggs Benedict (S$16) features a Mentaiko based hollandaise sauce, smoked salmon and charcoal grilled buns. That’s not all. All of their dishes are priced without any GST or service charge. We only wished there were more dollops of the Mentaiko sauce because it was just too good.

The Betterfield
261 Waterloo Street, #01-23
Singapore 180261
Tel: +65 6694 2361
Daily: 10am – 10pm
Nearest MRT: Bras Basah

Flock Cafe Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict


Being a family run cafe, the people at Flock Cafe serves good honest food that will make you feel right at home. Tucked away in Tiong Bahru, many of their regular customers flock to the cafe not only for the unpretentious fares but also for the minimalist ambience.

Also known as their Cheeky Eggs (S$16.90), their poached eggs are served on muffins with juicy strips of braised pork cheeks and topped off with hearty creamy hollandaise sauce – a wonderful medley of flavours and textures that you have got to try.

Flock Cafe
78 Moh Guan Terrace, #01-25
Singapore 162078
Tel: +65 6536 3938
Daily: 8am – 6pm
Nearest MRT: Tiong Bahru


Their eggs bennys come in two variations. One being the Poached Chicken Eggs Benedict (S$24); and the other, Roast Wagyu Rump Eggs Benedict (S$30). Of course, we were naturally drawn to the latter. We can never say no to well-cooked wagyu beef, especially with a pair of perfectly poached eggs.

Open Door Policy
9 Yong Siak Street
Tel: +65 6221 9307
Mon to Sun: 12pm – 3.30pm, 6pm – 11pm
Weekend brunch: 11am – 4pm
(Closed on Tuedays)
Nearest Station: Tiong Bahru

Salted Egg Yolk Eggs Benedict


Eggs Benedict is mainstream no more because the people at Drury Lane have got some tricks up their sleeves. Why, of course! Do a salted egg yolk sauce instead of the ubiquitous Hollandaise! And instead of the usual ham, you get fried bacon! We suggest you hide your weighing scale before you head down to Drury Lane.

Drury Lane’s eggs benedict is listed in our guide to the best salted egg yolk dishes in Singapore.

Drury Lane
94 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088515
Tel: +65 6222 6698
Mon, Wed & Thu: 9am to 8.30pm
Fri: 9am – 10pm
Sat & Sun: 10am – 6pm
Nearest Station: Tanjong Pagar