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The Missing Pan

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The Missing Pan serves modern cuisine with an imaginative approach; preparing and serving food and artisanal baked goods with a twist on traditional methods. We believe in food that is good to eat, share and enjoy.

Tue - Sun: 10:00 - 22:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64664377
$29 based on 20 submissions
Brunch (7 votes), Breakfast (5 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes)
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Delicious All-Day Meals

Regardless whether you have visited in the past for the food, the Smoked Duck Risotto ($25) provided another good reason to dine here. Instead of slices of smoked duck breast, the meat was meticulously chopped into bite sizes, blending itself seamlessly with the rest of the ingredients including hojimeishi mushrooms and baby spinach. The bright zesty flavor of the semi sun-dried tomato lightened everything instantly and served as a good foil for the rich and creamy base. Full review on www.dairycream.blogspot.com

The vigilant eye for consistent quality food is not kept to the main courses but also the desserts section, where non-conventional pairings like thyme ice cream and nutty brownie would invite you to linger for more. Take for example the Frozen Honey Nougat ($12) that was flecked with pistachio nuts, dried almonds, and jazzed up with a delicate and aromatic coconut tuile biscuit. I was amazed how this chilled meringue was so restrained in sweetness, even when consumed with the meringue sticks. This is definitely a wonderfully refreshing and healthier confection than the usual ice cream to tide sweet cravings.

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  • Homemade French Toast Salpicon5 votes
  • 62 Degree Eggs Benedict with Ham2 votes
  • 62 Degree Eggs Benedict with Smoked Salmon2 votes
  • berries milkshake1 vote
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26 Mar 2015 • 258 reviews • 8 followers

Delicious All-Day Meals

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Regardless whether you have visited in the past for the food, the Smoked Duck Risotto ($25) provided another good reason to dine here. Instead of slices of smoked duck breast, the meat was meticulously chopped into bite sizes, blending itself seamlessly with the rest of the ingredients including hojimeishi mushrooms and baby spinach. The bright zesty flavor of the semi sun-dried tomato lightened everything instantly and served as a good foil for the rich and creamy base. Full review on www.dairycream.blogspot.com

The vigilant eye for consistent quality food is not kept to the main courses but also the desserts section, where non-conventional pairings like thyme ice cream and nutty brownie would invite you to linger for more. Take for example the Frozen Honey Nougat ($12) that was flecked with pistachio nuts, dried almonds, and jazzed up with a delicate and aromatic coconut tuile biscuit. I was amazed how this chilled meringue was so restrained in sweetness, even when consumed with the meringue sticks. This is definitely a wonderfully refreshing and healthier confection than the usual ice cream to tide sweet cravings.
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11 Feb 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Quality has steadily declined over the past year

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I've been going to Missing Pan ~2 times/month for the past year and will stop going there. The line-up used to be quite long (~30mins on Sat/Sun) but there's literally no line anymore - just show up and walk in. The eggs benedict was my favorite but the quality of the dish has steadily deteriorated over the past year. It used to be among the best I ever had, but now is so bad I wonder if they changed the chef. For one, the eggs used to be cooked perfectly, but on several recent occassions I have received two hardboiled eggs. The dish used come with two pieces ham but now it's just one. They also got rid of the mushrooms and corn that used to come with the dish, so now it's literally just two hard boiled eggs and one piece of ham on toast drenched with hollandaise sauce. 
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The management of The Missing Pan responded to this review:
10 Mar 2015
Dear WOOFWOOFBARK,

Thank you for sharing your experience at The Missing Pan. Your comments are very valuable to us as we strive to maintain a high quality of food and service. We sincerely apologise that your recent visits did not turn out the way you expected. Please be assured that we will look into your feedback earnestly to improve ourselves and to deliver satisfactorily to our customers. We sincerely hope that you will still be one of them.

Warmest Regards.
The Missing Pan
27 Sep 2014 • 0 review • 0 follower

quite nice

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Finally got to have a taste of eggs Benedict, though not so nice as expected. I don't really like uncooked salmon. Quite ex but good environment. The cakes are good. Try pot pie next time.
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18 Sep 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

The Missing Pan, more than just a pretty face?

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Have you ever met a really pretty girl, it was love at first sight but only to find out that's all there is to it? Well my experience at The Missing Pan was kind of like that, unfortunately.

Read more @ http://constipatedsmiles.blogspot.sg/2014/09/the-missing-pan-more-than-just-pretty.html
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The management of The Missing Pan responded to this review:
05 Jan 2015
Hello Andy,

Thanks for taking the time to write an article on your blog. The management will be reviewing your valuable inputs with our chefs and floor staff. Hopefully when you come by next time it won't be just pretended love at first sight but the premises of a true love story ;)

Regards,

The Missing Pan
14 Sep 2014 • 14 reviews • 26 followers

Uncooked chicken, crummy service, lousiest brunch in a long time

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I heard good stuff about The Missing Pan, so I suggested the venue for brunch today. Four of us adults and one 2 year old child. BIG MISTAKE.

Of the four of us adults, two of us ordered a Roasted Chicken Sandwich each, one ordered the Over Hangover chicken schnitzel, another the Eggs Ben with ham. We all agreed the sourdough bread was ridiculously tough. The eggs for eggs ben were sous vide, and way too runny to be served as eggs ben.

Halfway through our Roasted Chicken Sandwiches, we discovered that both chicken thighs were undercooked. We sent the thighs back to the kitchen, and asked for the chicken to be cooked further. I have a two year old who is sharing my chicken, and with young children you can never be too safe. The staff explained that sometimes cooked chicken can be pink (what?), and if the meat is white it means it is overcooked. I said sure, overcook it, my baby is eating it, I would rather have overcooked chicken that's safe for consumption than pink chicken that is dubious.

Fifteen minutes later, our chicken got handed back to us (the same slabs that were sent to the kitchen), as pink as before. See accompanying pictures to this review.

Now, I give kitchens the benefit of doubt, perhaps you were busy and undercooked the chicken the first time around. So I sent the chicken back, and told you to cook it thoroughly, I do not mind forgoing on the tenderness of the meat, because my two year old will be eating it. Instead of making sure the chicken is cooked thoroughly, you hand it back to me as raw as before. The pictures were taken of the chicken AFTER the kitchen handed it back.

Well, in the first instance, eateries worth their salt would prepare a fresh plate for the customer. They didn't. Then, They did nothing (sure looked like nothing!) to my raw chicken. I highly doubt they even bothered to put it back on the stove. The "manager" who tried to explain to me that pink chicken is alright was self-righteous and not in the least apologetic. Neither of us touched the chicken.

Then came dessert. So we thought, dessert should be safe, no risk of undercooked chicken. We ordered the banana cinnamon crumble. It looked pretty enough in the display. And when we cut it open, there was some pinkish purplish meat-looking chunks in the crumble.

I couldn't believe my eyes, raw chicken haunting me again??! I asked the service staff what's in the crumble. They took ten minutes to get back to me. And it was the "manager" who got back to me. HE USED MY FORK TO PROD THE PURPLISH CHUNKS. Hello! You made this crumble! I asked you what's in it, and you have to use MY FORK TO POKE THE CRUMBLE to figure out?! COME ON! He said it is PROBABLY BANANA.

Purple banana?! PROBABLY???

I told the dude to clear the crumble, I don't want this dubious thing that you just poked using my fork.

They gave us a 10% discount as an apology. No amount of discount appeases after the atrocities committed. The Missing Pan will have me as The Missing Customer henceforth.
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  • I wouldn't eat this even if you paid me to.
The management of The Missing Pan responded to this review:
16 Oct 2014
Dear Joyce,

Thank you for taking the time to provide us with your kind feedback. It means a lot to hear from our customers.

With reference to your experience with the chicken, we have checked with the team on duty, and have confirmed that the dish was indeed cooked. Fully cooked chicken can sometimes appear pinkish in the meat, especially for young chickens. Please allow us to share this article that hopefully explains more:www.thekitchn.com/chicken-still-pink-after-cooki-157168.

With regards to the Banana Cinnamon Crumble, we apologise if you felt the Manager's response was inappropriate. When cooked, there can be instances when the potassium and the sugar in the banana reacts and could result in the colour turning pink and sometimes purple.

We hope the above clarifies and look forward to an opportunity to be of service to you again. Your feedback will push us to continue to improve our standards and we sincerely thank you for the inputs.

Sincerely,
The Missing Pan

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