Tue - Sat: 08:00 - 19:00
Sun: 09:00 - 18:00
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.
Please visit http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2013/03/choupinette.html for the full review
The thing that struck us about this quaint little whimsical shop is that the menu's surprisingly extensive despite its small size. I've always thought that Choupinette was a bakery that did breakfast eggs, but it seems that they do quite a fair bit of European fare, like lasagna, beef stew and chicken pie.
1) Eggs Benedict ($22 as a set with a juice and hot drink): 2 perfectly poached eggs sitting on ribbons of salty shaved ham and toasty muffins, and drenched in a thick and silky Hollandaise sauce is elegant and nuanced. The delicate flavours of the various components were married very well. This is the one thing that'll probably make me return in lieu of Wild Honey. The rave reviews for this were definitely well deserved.
2) Tristan ($21 as a set with a juice and hot drink) is the bao-ga-liao English-styled breakfast, with fluffy scrambled eggs, chunkily textured lightly spiced juicy pork sausages, sauteed white button and shitake mushrooms, grilled tomato provencale, and a wholemeal baguette.
An overall good brunch. i'll be back.
For full review, please visit https://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2015/08/07/choupinette-607-bukit-timah-road/
Eggs Royal ($26+) – eggs on toast with smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce accompanied by both apple juice and hot chocolate.
We ordered the eggs benedict, and boy, was that done with perfection! Lovely hollandaise sauce, perfectly cooked eggs and fragrant bread. We also loved the ambience, laid-back with music that's suitable for a chit-chat. Just the kind of place you'd want for a quiet afternoon break.
One improvement to be made - coffee. My latte was a tad too bitter... good coffee doesn't have to be that bitter you know? ^^