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Cafe Brunetti

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Address: #01-35, Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road, 237993
Brunetti brings together a luscious array of everything Italian in an enticing caffé space – a Gelateria, Cioccolateria, Pasticceria and more.

Mon - Sun: 09:00 - 22:00

+65 67339088
$18 based on 54 submissions
High Tea (11 votes), Breakfast (9 votes), Brunch (9 votes)

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If you like your cakes hard...

Brunetti is an Italian cafe (or Roman Pasticerria) that interestingly started in Australia and has many outlets there now. It expanded internationally and now at Singapore's very own Tanglin Mall, we have a branch serving aromatic coffee, delectable-looking pastries and lovely gelato! The cafe's decor is rich in authentic Italian flavor and hues, transporting one to another world literally.

I chose to try the Cappuccino (SGD$6.50) which had a lovely taste to it, as Italian brew goes.

Although we were full from lunch, we just couldn't resist some pretty little desserts at Brunetti. Hence, it was a good thing that they have these dainty miniatures of the original cake slices. We had a mini Lemon Tart, mini Opera Cake and Mud Cake Mignon at a mere SGD$2.90 each. The Lemon Tart was pretty good - refreshing citrusy lemon curd surrounded by a crumbly crust that was light and fragrant with butter taste. The Opera Cake was pretty good as well, the almond and coffee gelled really well together to give the cake a sweet union of flavors. As for the Mud Cake Mignon, it was a little disappointing because the cake was very hard and dry in texture. The chocolate taste was redolent but the hardness of the cake did not sit well with us.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/03/afternoon-tea-at-brunetti-cafe-tanglin.html  

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• 22 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Once good, now overpriced average food with lousy service

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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.
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• 17 Mar 2015 • 499 reviews • 7 followers

If you like your cakes hard...

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Brunetti is an Italian cafe (or Roman Pasticerria) that interestingly started in Australia and has many outlets there now. It expanded internationally and now at Singapore's very own Tanglin Mall, we have a branch serving aromatic coffee, delectable-looking pastries and lovely gelato! The cafe's decor is rich in authentic Italian flavor and hues, transporting one to another world literally.

I chose to try the Cappuccino (SGD$6.50) which had a lovely taste to it, as Italian brew goes.

Although we were full from lunch, we just couldn't resist some pretty little desserts at Brunetti. Hence, it was a good thing that they have these dainty miniatures of the original cake slices. We had a mini Lemon Tart, mini Opera Cake and Mud Cake Mignon at a mere SGD$2.90 each. The Lemon Tart was pretty good - refreshing citrusy lemon curd surrounded by a crumbly crust that was light and fragrant with butter taste. The Opera Cake was pretty good as well, the almond and coffee gelled really well together to give the cake a sweet union of flavors. As for the Mud Cake Mignon, it was a little disappointing because the cake was very hard and dry in texture. The chocolate taste was redolent but the hardness of the cake did not sit well with us.

For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/03/afternoon-tea-at-brunetti-cafe-tanglin.html  
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• 02 Jun 2014 • 397 reviews • 55 followers

Amazing Variety of Premium Italian & French Desserts

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Full Brunetti Cafe review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/06/brunetti-cafe.html


Brunetti Cafe is known for their vast array of pretty looking, absolutely delicious desserts of French, Italian and American origin, as well as their use of high quality, premium ingredients in their preparation.

Brunetti Cafe brings together a luscious array of everything Italian in an enticing café space - a Gelateria, Cioccolateria, and Pasticceria. This all-in-one concept features a brightly lit, casual seating cafe, with both indoor and outdoor ambience. I especially love their huge dessert display case, with their colourful, mouth watering gelatos, macarons, cakes and pastries!

Service at Brunetti Cafe is semi self-service, with ordering and payment done at the counter, though staff will serve orders to your table. I find staff to be friendly and professional, knowledgable in recommendations and the vast array of items on offer, as well as alert and quick to respond.

Because Brunetti Cafe is an Italian style cafe, the majority of dishes and desserts are primarily Italian, though there is also a small selection of French and American style dishes / desserts. Generally, I find food / desserts here to be of very high quality, using fresh ingredients, and prepared with good skill from the chef. Prices naturally, are slightly high as compared to other cafes, but I'm willing to pay a little more for the quality!

With over 25 different flavours of Gelato freshly made daily, ice cream lovers are spoilt for choice. Ranging from traditional flavours, to quirky creations like the Hello Kitty Ice Cream (SGD $6.50 Small), all the gelato here is made with premium high quality ingredients.

I absolutely adore the Italian Hot Chocolate (SGD $6.50) here! Very thick and dense, yet smooth texture, the drink is rich and deep with the intense flavour of chocolate. I got mine without whipped cream for the pure chocolate flavour, and I daresay this is among the best Hot Chocolate in Singapore!

The Butternut Pumpkin Soup (SGD $8.90) has a velvety smooth texture, and the fresh, creamy taste of butternut pumpkin. Love the aromatic flavour, and the crisp dipping bread paired well with the hot broth. Utterly satisfying.

Despite the name, Chicken Scaloppini (SGD $19.90) actually refers to the Italian cooking method of thinly sliced meat that is sauteed, then served in a sauce, not the seafood / shellfish scallops. The meat is tender but still juicy, and the chicken and lemon jus sauce lends a nice tangy, savoury taste without being overpowering. The linguine aglio olio is done to perfect al-dente, with lots of fragrant garlic, and the cherry tomatoes are fresh, bursting with flavour when bitten. Excellent pasta dish!

I loved the Tiramisu Cup (SGD $8.50), done almost in the traditional Italian style. This version is alcoholic, made with coffee liqueur, and has less ladyfinger biscuits than an authentic Tiramisu, with more cream. Still, this is an good rendition, and worth a try.
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