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Laurent@Portsdown (Portsdown)

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Laurent@Portsdown is a cafe that sits alone on Portsdown Road and specialises in serving exquisite pastries, cakes and chocolates.

Thu - Fri: 11:00 - 23:00

Sat: 09:00 - 00:00

Sun: 09:00 - 22:00

+65 64754182
$24 based on 42 submissions
Quiet (15 votes), Chillout (12 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (10 votes)
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Best Egg benedict

Very nice place to go for a late week end brunch. The area is unique, very relaxing. They have a great service staff very friendly. To me it was the best egg benedict in Singapore. Apparently they are also very famous for dessert I will come and give a try for sure!

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• 11 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Best Egg benedict

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Very nice place to go for a late week end brunch. The area is unique, very relaxing. They have a great service staff very friendly. To me it was the best egg benedict in Singapore. Apparently they are also very famous for dessert I will come and give a try for sure!
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• 11 May 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Disappointed Mother's Day Brunch

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The ambience was nice and that is about all that was good about this place. Don't recommend going there unless you want to be disappointed by the poor service and the fact that they don't serve the Chocolate Soufflé which they are know for. We tried to order the Creme Brûlée they again told us they don't serve that during lunch. The eggs Benedict, waffle and roast chicken with truffle sauce that we ordered was below par. Of the 4 waitress none offered to refill our water in the whole hour we were there. Terribly disappointed!!
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The management of Laurent@Portsdown responded to this review:
12 May 2014
Dear Jimmy
Thanks for your feedback. I m sorry to see than your mothers day breakfast didn't go well.You may have misunderstood the location, Laurent Bernard chocolatier is a brand name specialize in chocolate. there is 2 retails outlets to carry the brand name 1 in takashimaya B2 the second in shenton way, a small corner is also dedicated on Robertson quay.
you where yesterday at Laurent@portsdawn , it is not a chocolate bar but a coffee serving breakfast, and Lunch. I may recommend you to try our burger, or duck leg comfit. regarding the crème brulee i will try to add it to the menu. the soufflé is not available during breakfast we invite all our customer to help themselves at the water fountain. it s a casual place, serving casual food.
I did contact hungrygowhere to change the name on the web site, they where using the brand name without our consent,. they did apologies and correct the mistake which may lead to this kind of situation
• 22 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Unavailable Menu

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Nice setting and a cozy place, however 3 out of 3 requests from the menu were unavailable.... No salads, an old menu still on display and unavailable and then no smoothies... Why bother displaying a menu when you don't offer what's on it.
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