Opened by the folks behind the successful The Tiramisu Hero, Butter My Buns at National University of Singapore’s University Town (UTown) brings wholesome cafe fare to the West of Singapore.
This new concept – Butter My Buns (yes, it is a cheeky name) – serves D.I.Y all-day breakfast sets, waffles and more.
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!
It is no secret that Fresh Fruits Lab (FFL) is our go-to cafe in the East of Singapore, and since its opening, we have been loyally patronising the cafe for its ever-satisfying menu.
Of course, we love that the place is nicely done up too. If you haven’t been, what you are missing out on is a colourful space that is decorated to look like the coolest laboratory you will ever see.
As for the food, they will surprise you in ways you’d never imagine – like burgers with a fruit salad, meats and seafood with fruit innuendos, and cold pressed fruit juices in a plethora of combinations. Well, fresh fruits lab, right? Every component is covered.
Readers of Ladyironchef will receive 50% off the second main course during dinner on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from now until 28 Feb 2016 when you flash this post or quote “ladyironchef”. Reservations are required to redeem this promotion (one redemption per table).
Fresh Fruits Lab has recently introduced a new menu and of course we had to be among the firsts to try! Here are the highlights from Fresh Fruits Lab’s new menu.
Clarke Quay is a food paradise – with over 20 lunch offerings & options - and offers a great range of wallet-friendly brunch options that are no less satisfying. That’s not all. Drivers also get to enjoy free parking* on Sundays from now to 24 Jan 2016!
From now to 24 Jan 2016, Sundays are made more fun with Sunday Sports Carnival at Clarke Quay; look forward to a series of fun-filled bonding activities such as lawn darts, giant and many more bowling, along with the opportunity to win prizes such as a Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay staycation and Dining Vouchers worth up to $1000!.
From famous joint, The Butchers Club Burger to Balinese restaurant Bayang, here are 9 Exciting Brunch Destinations at Clarke Quay that you should check out this weekend. Selected restaurants are extending kids-dine-free offers and 1-for-1 promotions!
If the awesome price tag is not enough to entice you, these two exciting dishes from Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro will seduce you further with their tastes. Every weekend, enjoy these two dishes – Seared New Zealand Calamari and French Butter Brioche – for a steal at only S$9.90++ each!
Dig into these scrumptious dishes on Saturdays and Sundays (till 5:30pm) while kicking back with a gorgeous view of the Quayside marina. Whether you prefer sweet or savoury, either one’s for you.
Here, check out Quayside Fish Bar & Bistro’s amazing S$9.90 Weekend Brunch Specials.
Hougang has never been known to have a bustling cafe area, but Flavour Flings – located in the heartland neighbourhood of Hougang Avenue 1 – brings an interesting fresh face in to the neighbourhood. Flavour Flings offers a whole list of brunch menu items, with a lot of interesting dishes featuring eggs as its centrepiece.
Perched atop Telok Blangah Hill is an opulent colonial building occupied by Italian Restaurant Alkaff Mansion Ristorante. The bungalow was once a highly sought-after destination amongst the entitled in the 1930s, where it was renowned for the most extravagant socialite parties.
Painstakingly restored to its grandeur in 2011, all present-day visitors are warmly welcomed to experience the glorious splendour of yesteryears while enjoying authentic Italian fare. And on Sundays, Alkaff Mansion Ristorante offers a decadent buffet spread of Italian gourmet alongside unlimited flow of Prosecco, White and Red wines for only S$98++ per adult.
The seemingly hefty price tag is actually an amazing deal, especially when compared to the average rates in Singapore’s fine dining industry. Diners get to indulge in unlimited servings of fresh seafood, fine meats, pastas in a variety of sauces, and refreshing bubbles! You would probably have to pay twice more when ordering such amounts in other fancy establishments.
So, what’s not to love about Alkaff Mansion Ristorante’s Sunday Prosecco Brunch?
Good news to all west side dwellers! Flock Cafe has opened its second outlet in the heartlands of Ghim Moh neighbourhood. We are certain that you would have chanced upon Flock Café during one of your café-hopping adventures at hipster residential estate Tiong Bahru. The family-run rustic café is simple and unpretentious, providing patrons a variety of wholesome handcrafted dishes at affordable prices.