The Ultimate 2016 Singapore Brunch Guide

The Ultimate 2016 Singapore Brunch Guide

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Brunch is the weekend's saving grace. From boozy to vegan, dim sum to Mediterranean, these are the best weekend brunch spots in Singapore to satisfy nearly every craving in the book.

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    Good service. The European - eggs benedict with prosciutto and mushrooms, was very well done - creamy and well-balanced flavors. Definite must-try! -- Crystal Goh via Foursquare
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    French toast is good. Surprising that they can make simple french toast into such delicious breakfast -- Samuel K via Foursquare
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    Parking along this road is free from 5pm onwards. Curry chicken is quite rich in flavour and served piping hot, just like their service, very warm ad sincere. I've never mind paying for good service! -- Kenji Takeshiro via Foursquare
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    This is the original Ya Kun, with the rest of branches around the island being franchises. The Kaya butter toast is still it's best offering and not to be missed. Coffee on other hand is only average. -- Ting via Foursquare
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    One of the very few rare places where the porridge is done just right - smooth, thick & creamy, sans overwhelming flavouring. On a Mon night, raw fish & Sliced Fish Porridge were sold out by 9:30pm -- Lauretta Fletcher via Foursquare
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    A buffet for oyster lovers with 9 different types from all over the world. Many variety of food which includes chocolates. You can find wanton noodle, laksa, bak ku teh and prawn noodle. -- Leo Goh via Foursquare
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    over-hyped and over-priced. service is really unprofessional and food so-so. Like the sous-chef is off and the sous-sous chef is having a fag (actual chef has not been seen in weeks). Can do better. -- Fremdy BB via Foursquare
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    Tucked quietly away. Walk into what feels like a cafe from Melbourne bustling with people reading designer magazines. Be greeted with a contemporary meets modern interior. -- Ron Ho via Foursquare
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    Anyone knows if the nasi lemak store near the bus stop discontinued or moved elsewhere since the place was renovated? Its part of my childhood days.. :( -- Deming Lee via Foursquare
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    Love their soup, though the Founder one is nicer. Their staffs can't speak English that good unfortunately. -- Lidya Chu via Foursquare
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    Hole in the wall...best dosa in town. After a long day of shopping at Mustafa, hop on over and rake in the masala paper dosa served on a banana leaf no less, idli and wash it all down with teh tarik! -- Halal Society via Foursquare
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    By far the noisiest and most chaotic brunch. Food is still up to standard but service not really. Got charged wrongly as well. -- Geraldine Ang via Foursquare
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