380 East Coast Road
Singapore 428986

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Sunday Cal ($13.00) that includes all the ingredients that I would go. Creamy Eggs Mayo, Spam, Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Bits, my perfect breakfast @breakfastgrill

Location: Breakfast Grill, 380 East Coast Road, Singapore 428986

Perfectly juicy baked portobello was paired with crunchy enoki strings and creamy spinach for great textural interplay. Super hearty and vegetarian done right but did feel that the lighter mushroom and vegetable flavours were a tad overpowered by the brioche.

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Packed a spicy kick from the savory special sauce. Hearty mix of tender lean beef with American cheddar and pickles. In a soft and crisp toasted brioche

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They definitely do not skimp on the meat. My sandwich was overflowing with spicy beef. It kinda tasted like a good bolognese pasta in sandwich form and since bread is always my top choice of carbs, it was perfect for me!

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Breakfast Grill’s Cheeses - this simple combination of three different types of cheese between toasted slices of brioche was made even more moreish with the addition of their house-made garlic spread and chilli flakes

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Taking over half of Mad Nest’s spot at East Coast Road is Breakfast Grill; a new establishment that serves up sammies (i.e. sandwiches), a small selection of mains, and sides such as fries and spam fries. The spot is decked in a minimalist style that attempts to be close to nature; white walls, raw concrete floors and a mix of furnishings — some of which featuring wooden elements.

The “All Day Sammies” section of the menu does offer quite a number of sandwiches in a style similar to a Japanese Sando — think meatier options such as the Classic Brekkie that is a comforting combination of breakfast plate elements in a sandwich form, as well as the Chicky that features deep-fried chicken thigh. The Magic Mushroom Sammie is one for those who are looking for a meatless option — coming with baked portobello, creamed spinach and crunch Enoki strings, all the elements come sandwiched between two slices of thick, toasted brioche. Really loved how the bread was toasted with a slight crisp; also carried a slight hint of sweetness. The creamed spinach was less sinful and creamy than expected; not be necessarily a bad thing as it did provide quite a wholesome feel against the mushrooms here with a slight garlicky note. Felt that they really went all the way out being inventive with the mushrooms here; while most other sandwiches of a similar nature would probably feature simply portobello, it is interesting how the portobello here came pretty much almost like a single patty that is fused with the fried Enoki beneath. Whilst the portobello does provide quite a juicy bite, the “crunchy Enoki strings” did provide that slight crispy crunch of deep-fried Enoki; a very interesting contrast of textures, and providing a good earthy note that goes well with all the other elements in between.

It was just a few weeks ago that we found ourselves having something similar along the same stretch of road — not sure what is it about sandos/sammies along East Coast Road, but Breakfast Grill does serve up a pretty mean and well-stuffed sandwich that is big on flavour; quite a rare find considering how we had also opted for the meatless option as well. While the coffee is pretty average, the Spicy Spam Fries we had though sliced thinly more akin to shoestring fries, were not shy on spiciness — provides a good kick that tickles the taste buds. Waiting times for food can be a little long here; perhaps a teething issue considering how they were still in soft launch when we made our visit. That being said, Breakfast Grill is a spot to check out for those looking for a good sandwich around the East.

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