not a big fan of eggs ben but damn i am luvin this crab benedict!!!! egg was done perfect, super runny super creamy :-) the crab cakes definitely gets all the credit! the flavor balance was on point and you can really taste the crab meat in thereeeee; pancakes were nothing extraordinary though. luvin the vibes at this crazy cozy place
Sundays are made for indulgent brunches, and Nosh sure proves an excellent choice for starting the day right. Hearty dishes can be had in a quaint dining room setting, or alfresco—a gorgeous, breezy verandah decked out with white-washed wooden tables and chairs, as well as powerful fans to combat the heat.
Their signature brunch item—one that dates back to a couple of years ago when Nosh was Krish—features perfectly poached eggs dressed with coconut curry hollandaise, a sweeter, Southeast Asian-inspired riff on the classic. The experience culminates when molten yolk lava meets the no-nonsense crab cakes—crisp patties of unadulterated crustacean goodness—on the perfect canvas that is the beautifully-toasted, chewy English muffin.
Lovely ambience, al fresco, private dining experience (albeit the mozzies that sucked me dry) loved the tender, flavourful Iberico Jowl ($20) glazed w stout, crunchy kimchi apple bits and scallions 👍🏻 good food but really small portion!
This sea bream with chips is so delicious as the fish is fresh and the sauce that's a little sour was so appetizing! The skin of the sea bream is crispy but yet the flesh still kept so tender 💯💯💯 Presentation: 4/5
Worth it? YES! #ahungrywessg #burpple
Pasta with an asian twist! 🍝 ⠀
Who knew spicy succulent prawns 🍤 and laksa pesto can make a pasta dish so yummy! :)
When Wendy & I finally met up after my long Europe trip 😘. Crab cakes egg benedict was addictive! So so good! And the mac & cheese was rich but not cloyingly so. Love the food at NOSH.
The eggs were poached perfectly and the crabcakes were really crabby. The curry hollandaise sauce taste was really subtle and it was a really good combo! The muffins were toasted before the other ingredients were placed on it,which prevented the muffins from going soggy. Roasted potatoes and salad was pretty simple and it complemented the dish well.
Truffle taste in the fries were rather prominent. However, the fries wasn't that good as it was slightly soggy.
The atmosphere was really chill and it was a rather quiet environment, Worth a shot to visit if you are looking for a similar environment and atmosphere like this!
No gimmicks, no fancy-schmancy nonsense – just simple, straightforward eggs, toast and the rest of the continental breakfast works. Probably one of the most satisfying brunches I've had in awhile.
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Who cares about one’s expending waistline when all you need is a good brownie to chase all your worries away?! Noshery’s Chocolate Brownie ($8), is just that. Drizzled with chocolate sauce, the moist dessert square was not too dense or fudgy. Also, as nature's best flavour combo-come together, the warm chocolatey cakey treat was served with a delicious scoop of creamy peanut butter ice cream!
Poached eggs on crab cakes (made solely with crab, mind you) and topped off with a curry hollandaise. Well, if this tastes as good as it sounds then we definitely have a winner on our hands! 🙌
So how'd it actually taste? It was good, but honestly I couldn't really taste the curry part of it which did feel like a bit of a let down. Everything else about it was great though! Just wish it had a bit more of a kick that I was hoping for. 🔥
A thick piece of salmon, grilled just about right without being over cooked. Normally that crisp, crackling skin and pink insides would be enough to please me but what really intrigued was that coconut rice drizzled in a Vietnamese caramel! 😝
Long grain, firm rice with that unique sweet yet savoury sauce was a pleasure to chow down on. But it might not be for everyone (my dining partner found it a little weird). Either way, deffo worth a try, just make sure you take note that brunch service ends at 2:30! ⌚️
Came at 230pm after their kitchen had closed but fortunately they had a small bar bites menu which was actually very substantial - phew! Fish tacos were crunchy with just a bit of spice 👍🏻 Also would recommend the grilled cheese sandwich which my friend got!
For $14 + $2 sides of fries! Great food and a perfect place to have brunch with a small group of friends