Mon - Sun: 09:00 - 22:00
Brunetti brings together a luscious array of everything Italian in an enticing caffé space – a Gelateria, Cioccolateria, Pasticceria and more.
Must tries: Rum and raisin cheese cake, macarons
Enter the newly opened Brunetti at Tanglin Mall, and you will be greeted by gorgeous cakes, delightful chocolates, colourful gelatos and macarons that will satisfy every sweet tooth’s craving.
Already well-known in Melbourne Australia, Singapore is the third country in the world with a Brunetti outlet (after Dubai).
Diners will be spoilt for choice here. Apart from an amazing spread of desserts and cakes, there is also an all-day selection of savoury traditional Italian dishes on offer. Go for a light snack of piadina pollo ($10.90), or if you prefer something heartier, the Sicilian seafood stew ($19), baked macaroni ($17) or aglio olio ($17).
Start your Italian dining experience here with an alluring cup of espresso, macchiato, latte or cappuccino, made from 100% Arabica roasted Santa Chiara coffee ($3.50-$5). Alternatively, you can also go for a homemade Grandma’s ice tea ($5) to freshen up your day.
For dessert, we picked the rum and raisin cheese cake ($7.50), which comes with a thick and crumbly shortbread base. The topping was unbelievably fresh and light and melted quickly in our mouth. The portion was so huge that it’s good to be shared among three friends.
Macaron lovers can rejoice with its selection of 10 different flavours such as strawberry, mango and salted caramel - all at $2 each. Our favourites are the classic chocolate with a tinge of semi-sweet flavour, and blueberry which happens to be their bestseller.
We generally recommend the flourless cakes. Some of the selection could be rather cloying, leaving us literally on a sugar-high. You have been warned.
The food is so mediocre, it tastes like what I cook for myself! (ordered the salmon which is part of the set menu)
The cake display was amazing. Thought the cake would be nice but it was very basic. Like a cheap cake you buy from a traditional cake shop in neighborhood areas.
The only thing that isn't mediocre was the bill.
this used to be my favorite destination for a western breakfast. Today, the coffee remains quite good but little else. Last two trips have been disasters. First, all our food was undercooked and they could not prepare a proper meal for at least 45 minutes. We walked out having paid almost $90 for a bowl of soup. An email a few days later from a manager did not even offer to make this travesty right. They simply asked us to come spend more money.
this past weekend both breakfasts were overlooked. Bacon was burnt and not edible.
my best assessment is that quality has gone down dramatically, prices remain high, and service remains unpleasant at best. i can only recommend you stay clear of this place and search for a better meal elsewhere.the Brunetti I once loved is gone.