5 Brunch Spots With Non-Boring Menus Food Notes

Tired of the same ol’ Eggs Benedict? Check out these brunch spots instead! 

Brunch is one of those wonderful indulgences. Long, lazy weekends spent lingering over breakfast food and designer coffee – what could be more indulgent than that? For days when you want to give yourself a well-deserved treat but don’t want the usual poached eggs, here are 5 spots to check out:


From the folks behind the wildly successful Sugarhall and Jigger & Pony comes Humpback, a Seattle-style seafood restaurant. Every Sunday, for a few precious hours, Humpback serves an impressive brunch menu that features insanely fresh Pacific Northwest oysters alongside a medley of seafood served in inventive ways. Some highlights include Fried Egg, which is a crusted hard-boiled white egg set atop fresh octopus, orzo (the grain-shaped Italian pasta), and Tete de Moine cheese. The runny yolk mixed with the smoky flavours of octopus and the pasta makes this a supremely comforting dish. Another dish we enjoyed is the Lobster Roll, where a soft bread roll is packed thick with sweet, creamy lobster before being topped with tobiko fish roe and a dash of pickle. One great feature of brunch at Humpback is how you can customise your own Bloody Mary cocktails. Choose from a wide variety of base spirits, garnishes, and other ingredients for your own creative concoction.

Humpback is located at 18/20 Bukit Pasoh Road, Tel: 6750 4461. Brunch is available every Sunday from 11am to 3pm.

Super Loco

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If you think Mexican food is just about refried beans and tortilla chips, Super Loco is here to change your mind. Executive chef and Mexico City native Mario Malvaez, says, “Super Loco brunches showcases authentic Mexican breakfast and lunch items that are commonly found on the streets of Mexico City. A crowd favourite is the Huevos Rancheros, a traditional dish comprising soft tortillas layered with cheese and ham, topped with sunny-side-up eggs, sour cream, and guacamole. Esquites is another Mexican street classic – it’s a tantalising serving of grilled corn kernels, Mexican cotija cheese, lime, mayo,  and chili. Other items on the brunch menu include the healthful Quinoa and Chia Brekky Pot, Mexican Granola, and Avocado on Sourdough.

Super Loco is located at #01-13 The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay, Tel: 6235 8900. Brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 3pm.


As its name suggests, Artistry is an art gallery and cafe located in the Kampong Glam heritage district. They are well-known for their PB & J french toast, which comes with brioche fresh toast stuffed with peanut butter and raspberry jam, and served with maple syrup, vanilla ice cream, and mixed berry compote, as well as their crab cake burger where a succulent crab cake patty is packed between pillowy squid ink buns and served with truffle fries. Yum-my!

Artistry is located at 17 Jalan Pinang, Tel: 6298 2420. Opening Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 10am-11.30pm; Sunday, 10am-7pm. Closed on Mondays

Sacha & Sons

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Love your New York delis? Sacha & Sons brings you authentic favourites from New York’s iconic delis. Here, they cure, smoke, and pickle meats and fish according to time-honoured traditions. Popular items include the scrambled eggs (available with different types of fish),  pastrami knishes (an Eastern European snack consisting of a filling covered with dough that is either baked, grilled, or deep fried), and latkes (potato pancakes). Of course, what is New York cuisine without the classic bagel? At Sacha & Sons, you have to try their amazing sesame bagels that come slathered with an inch-thick layer of cream cheese. 

Sacha & Sons is located at #03-02 Mandarin Gallery, Tel: 6735 6961. Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday, 10am to 10pm; Friday and Saturday, 10am to 11pm.

Oxwell & Co 

For a truly decadent brunch experience, head down to Oxwell & Co. for their Four Floors of Frolicks! Held one Saturday every month, from 1pm to 4pm, this boozy brunch extravaganza features gastronomical experiences across each of its four floors. On the first floor, kick off the party with an Estrella Damn lager or a Pimms Cup on tap while nibbling on traditional English snacks like Pork Scratchings and Scotch Eggs. Continue the party on the second floor, The Dining Room, where you can sip on sparkling wine complemented with Mini Yorkshire Puddings with Roast Beef and Horseradish, Oxtail and Mash Pasties, and Mini Fish ‘n’ Chips. On the third floor, it’s dessert time where delicious treats such as Posset & Shortbread Pots served alongside Monkey Shoulder Old Fashioned cocktails await you. Finally, head up to the Rooftop Bar, where you can kick back with a refreshing Hendrick’s long drink and even a cigar, if you fancy one. 

Oxwell & Co. is located at 5 Ann Siang Rd, Tel: 6438 3984. For bookings, contact 

For as long as she can remember, Vanessa has always wanted to escape to a place where no one knows her. But because that’s not always possible, she often retreats into the world of books and pop culture. When she does get to travel, she prefers going off the beaten track and back to nature. Some of her best memories include napping in a treehouse in Laos and cycling across padi fields in Bali.

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