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From the top breakfast-lunch plates to the best places to brunch at in Singapore – we list them for your early pickins’, one for every weekend of the year
9 January 2013 3:24 PM | Updated 15 Sep 2015
By Celine Asril, Azim Azman, Priyanka Chand and Charlene Fang
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Whether your choice is Eggs Benedict (of which there are plenty) or a greasy English fry-up, Singapore’s got it, and she’s got it pretty good. Here’s a list of all the best brunch spots in the Lion City for you to get your weekend’s first meals to a roaring start. If we’ve missed out any (hotel buffet brunches notwithstanding – that’s for another story), pardon us – we had to get to the yolks while they were still runny.
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FOR GOOD FRENCH TOAST AND SWEET TREATS | Some love Antoinette’s light, cracker-like baguette. We prefer the pain perdu (French toast served with Chantilly crème, $11.50) and all day breakfasts ($12-$22) – both possess more body and character than the hollow baguette. The pain perdu is made with brioche bread (eggs and butter overload!), giving it a more decadent character, while all-day breakfasts range from eggs with smoked duck breast to Serrano ham. The Lavender outlet (Opening hours: Mon-Thu 11am-10pm; Fri 11am-11pm; Sat 10am-11pm; Sun 10am-10pm) is our preferred – a little out of the way but not really, tucked into a shophouse with a quaint, pastel-schemed frontage reminiscent of Parisian macaron bakeries. The indoor ceiling is low, but at least you’re not stuck in the bowels of a mall.
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