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sunday brunch

Postby robb9 » Sun, 02 Sep 2007 9:13 am

Hello, i am new to Singapore and I was wondering if there are any good brunch places, it would be great if they had a bloody mary bar there as well. I appreciate any help that you all can give me.

Thanks in advance

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Postby astr » Mon, 03 Sep 2007 12:45 am

cafe iguana at clark quay has a good weekend brunch. oughta oughta try it.

donno bout their bloody marys, but they hav gr8 margaritas. just cant giv it a miss.

bienvenue :D

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Postby alamaknasilemak » Mon, 03 Sep 2007 8:37 am

Hey Robb,

Besides Bloody Mary, what is important to you? Loads of meat or seafood? More local or international fare?

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Postby NZGirl » Tue, 04 Sep 2007 1:54 pm

Hi Robb,

PS cafe at Dempsey rd (towards Holland Village) is excellent for brunch. It has a really nice out look. There is dinning inside or outside but they don't take bookings.

Its western food.

Give that a go :D

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Postby Asian_Geekette » Tue, 04 Sep 2007 2:28 pm

Some people from this board have tried the Sunday brunch buffet over @ Novus restaurant (National Museum). The food was quite good. Lovely French toast (you can ask rhino's opinion) and eggs benedict, among others.

Edited to add this comment:
Novus also has crab omelette which has real crab meat (not the imitation crabmeat)!
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Postby rhino » Tue, 04 Sep 2007 6:55 pm

If you can check out the latest issue of "I-S" magazine - its a freebie available in a lot of places - has a special article this week on brunch venues!! Might have to suggest one for the 30's thread I think... Hunger pings coming on!

The French toast at Novus is... oh... heavenly!!! I highly recommend skipping dinner on Saturday night so you can load up on Sunday morning if you go to Novus!!

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Postby robb9 » Tue, 04 Sep 2007 10:41 pm

wow, thanks for all the wonderful replies...as for what type of food I want, I dont think its most important. When I lived in the States before I moved to Korea, my friends and i would always choose diff places on sunday and get together and chat over some cocktails and food. I guess the most important thing would be ambiance(sorry if my spelling is bad) I dont want to be in a hotel setting. I would rather be in a casual or fun place either outside, or casual.

Thanks all

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Re: sunday brunch

Postby HunBunny80 » Wed, 05 Sep 2007 10:09 pm

robb9 wrote:Hello, i am new to Singapore and I was wondering if there are any good brunch places, it would be great if they had a bloody mary bar there as well. I appreciate any help that you all can give me.

Thanks in advance

robb


Shangri-la The Line $78++ free flow of soft drinks and bloody mary. :D

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Re: sunday brunch

Postby Deefa » Mon, 10 Sep 2007 11:48 am

HunBunny80 wrote:
robb9 wrote:Hello, i am new to Singapore and I was wondering if there are any good brunch places, it would be great if they had a bloody mary bar there as well. I appreciate any help that you all can give me.

Thanks in advance

robb


Shangri-la The Line $78++ free flow of soft drinks and bloody mary. :D


what do you know about Bloody Mary's ?!?!?! you always forget to put the Vodka in yours :lol:

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Re: sunday brunch

Postby HunBunny80 » Tue, 11 Sep 2007 2:00 pm

Deefa wrote:
HunBunny80 wrote:
robb9 wrote:Hello, i am new to Singapore and I was wondering if there are any good brunch places, it would be great if they had a bloody mary bar there as well. I appreciate any help that you all can give me.

Thanks in advance

robb


Shangri-la The Line $78++ free flow of soft drinks and bloody mary. :D


what do you know about Bloody Mary's ?!?!?! you always forget to put the Vodka in yours :lol:



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Postby beenthere » Wed, 04 May 2011 4:14 pm

Allrightie .. 4 years later.

What are good places for brunch these days? Not necessarily interested in the likes of Raffles and 4S but somewhere one can get a good wholesome southern (American that is) or American diner fare breakfast. You know stacks of pancakes, waffles, good syrup and umpteen variation of eggs with umpteen eggs.

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Postby lavendar » Sat, 07 May 2011 11:29 am

I like Swissotel, the quality is good for sunday brunch.


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