Ronin

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Nope, this is not another post about a fairly new hidden cafe furnished quirkily and only offers coffee and dessert items that you need to try the next weekend.

Overlooking the fact that you might not know you’ve arrived at your destination, Ronin, do offer pretty decent (non jap related) food but some of their…antics puzzles me, I’ll elaborate.

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Wild Honey

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I’ve been missing in action for a little while, and I do apologize as I’ve been adapting to a new role in my company, that’s been keeping me busy!

A really short one this time round, to kickstart coming back, and also Wild Honey has been blogged to death. While I agree Wild Honey deserves their popularity with consistently good food, generous portions and a hell of a pretty set up, there are many many other great brunch options and with pretty decors, like Antoinette for example.

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English Breakfast, $24, a heaping plate of the usual suspects with toasted brioche, spicy homemade baked beans and fried potatoes. Toast was a little over-toasted but everything else was good. I highly recommend sharing this, the portion can easily be spilt between 2 girls.

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European – Eggs Benedict, $18. Could do with a little more hollandise but similar to the other dish, everything was great.

 

Wild Honey

 #03-02, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road

 62353900

Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 09:00 – 22:30, Sat – Sun: 08:00 – 22:30

 

Brotzeit @ 313 Somerset

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Brotzeit has been around Singapore for a very long time but this was my first time trying it during a colleague’s farewell lunch. German food establishments are not very common in Singapore I think, off the top of my head I can only think of Brotzeit, Paulaner and Magma. There are sadly less photos for this post, because it was a corporate thing and I didn’t want to seem rude.

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