The egg is a versatile ingredient and one that everybody loves. It can be cooked in so many different ways, be it scrambled, hard-boiled, poached, or even emulsified along with oil to form a sauce (hollandaise). There are so many different types of dishes to choose from and applications of which to use this wondrous ingredient, but today, we are going to cover the classic brunch dish—Eggs Benedict.
A classic Eggs Benedict consists of two halves of an English muffin, each topped with either ham or bacon, a poached egg and drizzled with hollandaise sauce. The recipe might seem easy to pull off, but only a fair few have managed to impress. Here is our list of 14 places in Singapore for eggs Benedict that are truly, egg-citing.
A celebrated stalwart in Singapore’s city centre, Pan Pacific Singapore’s multifaceted buffet restaurant, Edge, is one that never fails to take our breath away. Exuding a marvellous theatrical spread, the team of chefs bring to the fore flavours and delicacies from all over the globe with a menu that constantly changes and evolves. With 7 interactive live food theatres, 16 food stations (at least) and over a hundred dishes to choose from, this is one buffet restaurant that’ll push your appetite to the edge—literally.
We’ve always been avid fans of their weekday buffets. And just when we think that things couldn’t get any better, they go and pull off something as incredible as a Sunday brunch that encompasses everything you could ever want in a perfect weekend from a botanical gin cocktail bar stocked with a wide selection of top-tier labels, premium seafood on ice, a temple of desserts and so much more.
There’s something for everyone, even the little ones. From an onsite balloon sculptor to a newly furnished kid’s playroom that comes with their very own buffet spread, games and more, there’s no doubt that your little ones will be in for an epic Sunday. And while the kids are kept entertained, why not indulge even further with unlimited glasses of Veuve Clicquot Champagne, cocktails and G&Ts?
Happening every Sunday from 17th March to 26th May 2019, this feast fit for a king is one that’s worth the splurge. Sundays are for sleeping in for many, but for us, a good brunch trumps the extra hours of shut-eye.
For our readers, you may quote “ladyironchef” upon making reservations to enjoy the non-alcohol package at S$98++ adults, S$49++ Child, or the alcoholic package at S$178++ that’s inclusive of free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne.
Nestled in an enclave of cafes in Tiong Bahru, Merci Marcel is a chic French café that took over the premises of the now-defunct The Orange Thimble. Located right next to Tiong Bahru Bakery, the café operates as a brunch spot in the day and transforms into a casual bar at night.
With a variety of French bakes and mains features in their daytime menu and an even larger assortment of hot beverages and alcoholic drinks, Merci Marcel is the perfect place for a gathering with friends or a romantic date with your other half.
Here’s a peek into what you can expect from this enchanting Parisian-style cafe in Tiong Bahru.
In Singapore, having brunch is our favourite activity over the weekends. You get to laze around in bed a little longer, take your time to get ready and then head out to a beautiful restaurant or cafe for a hearty meal. Oh yes, nothing feels better than a weekend brunch indulgence.
As brunch is now a popular dining trend that is unlikely to die out anytime soon, F&B establishments today are placing more emphasis on creating the perfect brunch experience for their diners. This increase in competition means that Singaporeans are given endless, unparalleled options to choose from.
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Sundays are a great time to gather with your friends and family; Sundays are fun days to tuck in to mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore’s immensely popular Champagne Brunch that features a galore of international cuisines. With Perrier Jouët Champagne, no less.
You have no idea how our eyes are always drawn to the fresh seafood section of Maine lobsters, French oysters and king prawns every single time we step in to mezza9 on Sundays. Beyond that, what never cease to amaze us are the eight other stations, each presenting a cuisine of the world. From European fare to Chinese roast meats to Japanese delights, there is certainly something for everybody here.
It is little wonder mezza9 is one of the best places in town for Champagne Brunches. Here are 10 Reasons to Love mezza9 at Grand Hyatt’s Sunday Champagne Brunch – a meal fit for the royalty.
I was very excited when I first heard that KFC Singapore has a new inclusion in their breakfast menu – a.m. Blueberry Pancakes. After trying them at a recent tasting, I have to say that they are undeniably sogood!
Besides the blueberry pancakes, I love the new KFC a.m. Family Feast, which was also recently introduced. Designed for a family of 4, the breakfast meal comprises two sets of a.m. Blueberry Pancakes with Hash Brown, one set of a.m. Platter, one a.m. Twister (Original Recipe), two coffee/tea, and two hot milo — all for just $19.90!
Located between the junction of Middle Road and Waterloo Street, Artichoke Cafe & Bar is a nice cafe which is 5 minutes away from Bugis.
Most of you probably read about Artichoke Cafe on other food blogs by now, so I shall go straight to the point. Artichoke Cafe at Sculpture Square, is definitely one of the best brunch places in Singapore.
The original plan was to have churros at Alegro Clark Quay, unfortunately it was closed and the churros evaded me yet again. We walked along the river banks and found ourselves looking at the brunch menu from eM by the River. They serve all day breakfast (from 9am to 3pm daily), and we managed to make it for the last order.
I have been wanting to visit eM by the River for some time. They are one of the Gallery Hotel restaurants, positioned at one end of Robertson Quay (closer to Red House Seafood restaurant and Boomarang if you have difficulty locating them).