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For some, breakfast is the most important meal of the day but for others (like us), it is the only motivation to get out of bed. Luckily, Singapore has a global buffet of breakfast options to kick start our day.
HungryGoWhere tracked down 16 breakfasts from around the world, and threw in our favourite local breakfast, all in the name of good food eating.
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AMERICAN-STYLE PANCAKES | AMERICAN | Hot, fluffy pancakes are a popular breakfast choice in America and one that Singapore has embraced with open arms. Every new cafe worth their coffee beans is flipping out pancakes, one stack after another- some with the usual butter, jam and syrups, and some with more adventurous flavours and bizarre toppings. We like the hotcakes served at Cedele's all-day dining restaurants. Filling plates of sweet pancakes that come in three flavours — blueberry, apple cinnamon or caramelised banana ($13.90), these come with an option of sides; either bacon rashers or sausages. You can slather on butter and maple syrup before you tuck in. Other worthy options can be found at Strictly Pancakes, Dean & Deluca, Roadhouse, Hatched and Food for Thought, take a look.
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