Sundays are made for slow mornings 💗 Amirite?🙋🏼♀️ Unfortunately my illness is getting worse despite that I’ve been on penicillin for four days, so tonight I have to go to the hospital to get checked out again and take some new tests 🧘🏼♀️✨ Cross your fingers that it’s nothing too serious🤞🏻💞
Finally checked out this place for brunch with the fam last Sunday. It was enjoyable with nice decor that makes people feel like they're not in Singapore but it can get abit warm in the afternoon as there are no air-cons but fans only. The food is palatable except that we're not big fans of hard breads/ sourdough (personal preference) which they specialise in.
What we had:
Woodfired pumpkin, burrata, pistachio dukkah, orange blossom, molasses - I liked this as it was not too heavy & everything went well together.
Australian prawn capellini aglio olio, sakura ebi - I can see why this is one of their popular dishes; it's very fragrant with a strong garlic base. Yumz.
Seafood saffron risotto - didn't have much of it as it was my sister's order. Probably decent & I believe the seafood was fresh.
Scottish blue mussel, lager, chorizo, bread - we decided to go with the beer instead of the usual white wine. The broth was very flavourful & dipping the bread in it is shiok. The portion of mussels was very generous & they were fresh too!
Lemon lavender cake, fresh cream - it's more like a poundcake in terms of texture (quite dense) but it was pretty fragrant.
Firebake bread & butter pudding - this was nice & warm but a little on the sweet side.
Firebake morning bun (has a little cinnamon flavour) & Croissant butter roll (wasn't expecting it to be so different from the French croissant.) Norwegian butter is available at $3 but we prefer normal butter as the salt in this overpowers the butter taste.