Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill has rolled out an all-new ala carte brunch menu focused on classic East Coast American breakfast favourites paired with a free flow Prosecco option. Available every Saturday, 11am to 3pm, brunch lovers can now look forward to indulging in a boozy weekend of comforting brunch staples focused on The Pelican’s signature seafood mix, alongside the stunning view of the Marina Bay waterfront.
THE ULTIMATE WEEKENDER BRUNCH
The Pelican’s newly-introduced brunch boasts a selection of robust and hearty brunch staples heavily grounded in the restaurant’s signature selection of unique and fresh seafood catches. Featuring classic East Coast American breakfast options such as bagels, oyster platters and frittatas, the 21-item menu serves as a satiating and satisfying weekend indulgence – all at a more affordable price point.
Diners can expect a twist to classic brunch dishes from the Breakfast of Champs section on the menu; the Pelican’s Croque Creation ($24) features USA Kurobuta pork ham, Swiss gruyere cheese, whole grain mustard butter, atop a brioche bun, served with fried egg and grilled cherry tomatoes; the Smoked Haddock & Corn Fritters ($22) is a delectable pan-fried pancake of polenta sweet corn kernels, and smoked haddock; and a definite crowd-favourite is The City’s Bagel & Eggs ($28), an amped up rendition of the famous NYC Bagel, spread with mentaiko cream cheese, sautéed spinach, house-smoked salmon, and topped with a poached egg.
Seafood enthusiasts will delight in The Pelican’s sharing platters for groups of two to three pax, including the Oyster Platter ($30/half dozen, $60/dozen) featuring the large resident Taylor USA oysters of cucumbery flavour with light brine; the Seafood Bouillabaisse ($68), a classic fishermen’s stew of tiger prawns, green mussels, flower clams, and barramundi fillets cooked in a rich lobster broth made in house.
For a more hearty meal, the brunch menu also offers a Fresh From Our Grill section; choices include The Pelican Burger ($35) served with a juicy chopped steak patty, the woodfire-grilled Ribeye Steak ($45) and the Tiger Prawns & Asparagus ($28) served over housemade grilled bread.
Those with a sweet tooth can indulge in the Sweet Endings offerings such as the Berry & Crème French Toast ($14), and the Banana Bread ($14), available daily with exquisite flavours such as peanut butter ice cream and peanut praline all made in-house.
Fans of The Pelican’s original ala carte menu need not worry as the new brunch menu will still feature popular classics such as the signature Snapper Pie ($40) and the famed The Pelican Platter ($138), a generous assortment of daily selection of raw oysters & clams, steamed whole lobster, crab & prawns and mussels.
Round off brunch on a high note, diners simply need to top up an additional $35++ for free flow of Prosecco to go with their meal.
Opening an hour earlier to cater to the early birds, The Pelican’s new brunch menu is exclusively available every Saturday, from 11am to 3pm.