Near Cityhall MRT
It has been a long hiatus since my last cafe post as it seems that with cafe food, the creativity in it has started to plateau off quite a long time ago while the more stellar ones though still delicious are sometimes a little too predictable with the ‘limited’ brunches that could be on the menu. Bridge, a relatively newer cafe, whose creed seems to be serving up quality dishes with precision cooking, did score in their food, but was still unable to satiate my desire for a bolder or hearty brunch. Having said that, it is still a good cafe in its own right and I believe, would still be able to satisfy your tastebuds.
Pumpkinoa – Organic quinoa, carrot vinaigrette, roasted rosemary pumpkin, pumpkin seeds, feta cheese. $16.
62 C Egg – Sous vide egg, truffle mash potato, sauteed wild mushrooms, chicken jus, prosciutto di parma, sourdough, seasonal truffles. $19.
The Lobster – Lobster, scrambled eggs, baby spinach, bacon, mesclun with truffle honey vinaigrette. $36.
A-S-S – Avocado scramble, sourdough, smoked salmon, tomato and corn salsa, mozarella, tobiko cream. $20.
Marine Fregola – Pan seared teriyaki salmon, organic fregola salad, citrus and ponzu dressing. $22.
Red Sea – Spicy tomato based capellini, crispy baby squids, pan seared sea bass. $20.
Truffle Honey Toast – Berries, vanilla sour cream, cinnamon sugar, truffle honey, salted milk ice cream. $18.
Thank you Eleanor and Lawrence for the invite!