Finally found the time to blog about Bridge! Located along Seah Street, this is one brunch spot that that’s absolutely stellar! I recommend going for the set brunch ($35++) which includes a main, dessert and beverage. Do note that a top up of $5 is required for Fully Loaded and Cow’s Nightmare, and $15 for the lobster croissant. There’s no skimping on serving portions for the set brunch, making this an excellent, value for money option.
Quality modern European cuisine tends to be synonymous with expensive food. However at Bridge, one can enjoy impeccable plated, innovative creations at affordable prices. Although Bridge’s decor is simple, its fine-dining caliber offerings more than makes up for its humble fittings.
We started the meal with complimentary herb bread sticks and warm baguette. Seeing that this is increasingly a norm, Bridge ensures that the first impression was set right on track by complementing the carbs with unique truffle honey butter and plum butter. We wiped out everything out in an instant.