Wednesday, May 22, 2013 | 8:00 pm | 0 comments
inclusive of scrambled eggs, hashbrown, salad, bacon and toast.
Customized version: Replaced toast with sauteed button mushrooms
The unique thing about Food for Thought's hashbrown is that it comes in bite-sized balls.
I love their scrambled eggs, very fluffy and rich. Best thing is the eggs have this very homemade flavour as compared to Wild Honey's version.
What I also love about this place is the dish customization option that's offered to all customers.
I don't usually eat toast, and I don't really like toast especially the super thick ones like they serve here.
So I have the option of switching the toast for the sauteed garlic mushrooms without any extra cost. :)
So basically what you see above, is my ideal of what a good brunch should resemble.
I would like to replicate something like this at home!
inclusive of scrambled eggs, toast, sauteed button mushrooms, meatballs, hashbrown, bacon, salad
RH's choice of brunch dish.
Very homely comfort food.
Having tried a number of brunch places, I must say Food for Thought really appealed to to the homebody in me. The food they serve up is really no-frills comfort food. Coupled with the location of being nestled in the lush greenery of Botanic Gardens, I feel so tempted to just kick back with a book and lounge there while I slowly savour the food.
1 Cluny Road
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Tanglin Gate, #B1-00