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(Closed) Cafe Epicurious (The Rail Mall)

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The cafe is quaint and lovely and the decor is warm and inviting, while maintaining the casual and relaxed ambience.

Mon–Fri: 11.30am–2.30pm, 5pm–10pm, Sat–Sun: 9am–4pm, 5pm–10pm

+65 68945926
$21 based on 44 submissions
Brunch (18 votes), Breakfast (12 votes), Children/Family (10 votes)
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• 16 Oct 2013 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

Best of Both Worlds

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You’d like the Green Eggs and Ham (eggs scrambled with pesto and prosciutto, $14), or maybe a poached eggs dish – don’t know which to order? At Café Epicurious and Epicurious at the Quayside, the problem is solved – you can have half and half on one plate ($16). For the really hungover ones, there’s a Breakfast burrito ($12) that’ll ease the queasy stomach. Read more Best Brunch Places reviews here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-brunch-places-in-singapore--*gid-981f0400/photos/#02c80700
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• 26 Jul 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Baked Eggs with Toast Soldiers worth a try!

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For a review with photos and a full description, do visit:
http://thenicethoughts.blogspot.sg/2013/06/food-review-cafe-epicurious.html
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• 06 Jun 2013 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

The best pineapple fried rice (':

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Every time I return there, I'd go for their pineapple fried rice -served with slices of pineapple, cashew nuts, sizeable shrimps, floss, just a heavenly spread. It's one of the cheapest-priced item on the menu, which I tried once when I was low on cash and had went out with my friends.


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