Xin Ying Chew •
24 Aug 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower
Decided to explore Everton Park one Sunday morning and chanced upon this lovely cafe. The aroma when we stepped in was so welcoming we decided to grab a bite here!
Both of us ordered Eggs Benedict ($10) - yes boring it seems, but I didn't regret it one bit. The perfectly poached eggs rested on honey baked ham (my dining partner had smoked salmon) atop a thick piece of toast. The runny yolk, ham and bread was a perfect combination!
Also tried the Truffled Porcini and Mushrooms Pastry ($8). It was tiny for the price, but the mushrooms were fresh and went well with the arugula atop the pastry. It was drenched in oil which I didn't really like, but my dining partner finished it off and claimed that it was "d*** good".
There aren't many good brunch places left in Singapore which are not crowded during the weekend, and this is one of them. A good find :)