Brunch spots are aplenty in Singapore and we never fall short of choices, however, not all brunch experiences are created equal. Located at the Fullerton Pavillion, the enchanting Monti boast spectacular views. The multi-concept venue offers a leisurely a la carte Brunch Buffet on Sundays that meanders for a good 3 hours.
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.
Café by day and restaurant at night, Symmetry’s offering are inspired by Australian casual dining culture and French cuisine. Brunch plates here exemplify timeless comfort.
The venue is very small and was so packed during the weekends, so much so that I was unable to take any nice pictures of the space. Generally, the vibes are good. Expect rustic, slightly uncoordinated decor, loud music, noisy chatter and energetic, efficient staff.
A recognised name in Singapore, home-grown teahouse and social painting studio Arteastiq has opened a second outlet at Plaza Singapura. Exuding chic refinement, this is a little piece of oasis that makes one forget you’re in the heart of all the action.
Concealed somewhere behind the lush greenery in Bukit Timah, Riders Cafe is thriving despite its inaccessibility. The cafe’s location is unique, situated among the facilities of a saddle club. In hopes of catching a glimpse of a pony, we requested for a table along the balcony, however after a few minutes the heat was too unbearable, so we moved.
It’s no surprise to spot a queue outside Sayer Sisters, one of Perth’s best brunch spots (the other fantastic one is Tuck Shop Café), located along Lake Street Northbridge. The interior itself is something to talk about, rustic and romantic at the same time. The vibes? Bustling!
Does paradise exist? If it does, it’s very possibly in Alila Villas Uluwatu. The luxury resort is perched on limestone cliffs, overlooking the vast Indian Ocean. I’ll focus on the food first before blogging on our villa experience and resort facilities (typical foodie hey).