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Choupinette

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A cosy cafe along Upper Bukit Timah that provides a slice of France with its pastries and dining menu that conveys a refreshing authenticity reminiscent of the French countryside. Try its popular items such as the croque monsieur and eggs benedict, then take away its macarons and freshly baked breads.

Tue - Sat: 08:00 - 19:00

Sun: 09:00 - 18:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64660613
$24 based on 83 submissions
Brunch (31 votes), Breakfast (25 votes), Lunch (19 votes)
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Eggs Royal Set

Their set menu consists of one main dish, one juice choice and coffee or tea. Wish they would be more generous with their salmon servings and it would be nicer if I can replace one drink choice with a desert. A nice cake would be a good compliment to the awesome egg Benedict. I guess I will be back since I will have Saturday classes often this current semester. :)

Full Review: http://nickeatfood.blogspot.sg/2015/01/review-choupinette.html

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• 01 Feb 2015 • 37 reviews • 0 follower

Eggs Royal Set

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Their set menu consists of one main dish, one juice choice and coffee or tea. Wish they would be more generous with their salmon servings and it would be nicer if I can replace one drink choice with a desert. A nice cake would be a good compliment to the awesome egg Benedict. I guess I will be back since I will have Saturday classes often this current semester. :)

Full Review: http://nickeatfood.blogspot.sg/2015/01/review-choupinette.html
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• 03 Dec 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

this restaurant will always have a special place in my heart

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I had a relaxing brunch with the Mrs one very very rainy afternoon. 

I like how we sat next to the window and watched the world go by, it was one of those moments in one of those quaint cafes, next to a 'river'(in this case large drain) and we whiled away the day doing noting much. Such an endearing little cafe

the food's decent. but nothing to shout about.

however this restaurant will always have a special place in my heart
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• 06 Jul 2014 • 140 reviews • 5 followers

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For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/07/choupinette.html   If you ain't the "mains" type like burger, brunch, etc., Choupinette do have pastries and cakes too.   Choupinette's food are priced a little steep when compared with other cafes, but as a saying goes "you get what you paid for".   We ordered brunch sets, because we are here for brunch! Brunch set comes with 2 drinks, which you can choose any type of fruit juice, and either a hot coffee/tea/chocolate.   Eggs Benedict's ($25.00). It has poached eggs on toast with ham and hollandaise sauce. I love their hollandaise sauce for being thick and creamy, and poached eggs are boiled to have the yolk oozing out like volcano lava!   The Tristan's ($24.00). Choose between scrambled/poached/fried eggs, and comes with pork/chicken sausage, mushrooms, and a wholemeal bread roll. Ordered the pork sausage, which is definitely handmade from the look and taste of it.   "100 000" ChouChou ($4.50) for a stick of donuts sprinkled with tiny sweet pops. Basically sugar coated plain donuts, which I managed to stomach them all in. Fluffy and well sugar-coated donut just makes up the complete brunch of mine!   For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/07/choupinette.html
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