22 Sunday Mar 2015
What’s not to like about a cafe that isn’t accessible by half the population without cars? Located in the lush recesses of Changi, enough of a crowd still makes it here to warrant brunch prices you will find in Orchard.
Light, airy and garden-esque, it certainly has an appeal that is long lost in the city. Getting here is then part of the fun.
Finger food like these fried portobello fries ($15) are generous in portion size. You do get your money worth of mushrooms. Everything here begs to be shared, so get at least 4 persons, and the couples should stay off this.
That is one fine runny scrambled eggs that came with the Big Breakfast ($24). The butter-jam spread goes so well with the bread, this eatvestigator is wondering where to get some himself.
If breakfast is not your thing, there’s the more down-to-earth Fish Tacos (~$23) which come with a generous dressing of salsa, rocket and avocado. This would be really good for a movie night.
As if we have not been spoilt enough for choice, pizzas are offered with combination topping mixtures. We had half Prosciutto and half of Garlic Prawns (~$25). The crust was airy and thin like an iPhone, but crispier.
If there’s ever a place one gets an orgasm for brunch, this would be it. This is not the place for budding writers. But if you need a getaway with a group of friends to reconnect over colourful food and artsy decor, this place will keep you coming back.
200 Netheravon Rd Singapore 508529