5 Brilliant Brunch Spots In Singapore

Weekend mornings are best spent in bed most of the time but these comfy brunch spots are definitely worth getting up for too!

On the hunt for some delicious food to satiate your morning hunger pang or simply looking to indulge in a hearty breakfast? Either way, you'd want to check out our list of some brilliant brunch spots in Singapore.


For A Perfect Passionfruit French Toast 
If you're a fan of Atlas Coffeehouse, Columbus Coffee Co. and The Neptune, you'd probably want to check out Supernova too as they're operated by the same folks behind these cafes. This rather new establishment in Tanjong Katong is pet-friendly so be sure to bring your fur friends along to your brunch date!

Early birds can choose from their wide selection of breakfast items on their brunch menu, all of which will be available after 8am. Some popular picks include The Super Nutty ($16.40), an acai bowl topped with fruit and granola and the Passionfruit French Toast ($20.90) which is topped with passionfruit curd and blueberries.

The Providore (Mandarin Gallery)

For Egg-Centric Dishes 
The Providore's eclectic menu guarantees that you'll be spoilt for choice there! From 9am to 11.30am, indulge in their breakfast menu that features egg-centric dishes such as the Spanish Baked Eggs ($18.50) which comes with two barn laid eggs baked on a grilled chorizo sausage that's covered in a spicy tomato sauce, and sprinkled over with smoked parika and shaved manchego cheese. Otherwise, you can't go wrong with the classic Eggs Benedict ($19.50)! Think poached eggs, Shulz double smoked ham, wilted spinach and hollandaise sauce on toasted brioche halves.

Super Loco (Robertson Quay)

For A Mexican Weekend Brunch 
Treat yourself to Super Loco's Mexican brunch offerings! Its vibrant and open interior along Robertson Quay makes for the perfect spot to relax and unwind at after a long work week. Their extensive weekend brunch menu includes dishes such as the Loco Brekkie Bowl ($18) that comes loaded with scrambled eggs, guacamole, cactus pico de gallo, slow-braised beans, lime sour cream, grilled corn, sweet potato papas, and fresh herbs. Pair this with a cup of their freshly brewed coffee and you're all set!

Starter Lab

For Artisan Sourdough & Gourmet Sandwiches 
Situated at Havelock Road, Starter Lab is a humble bakery that specialises in freshly baked artisan sourdough bread and pastries. They also happen to double up as a cafe! If you're there to dine in, opt for The OG ($19) Starter Lab three cheese on Rosemary sourdough—his one comes with a guaranteed cheese pull. Other notable all-day breakfast options include the Burnt Sugar ($8), an arenga sugar flamed brioche, and the Skagen Copenhagen ($22) which is essentially Danish rye with freshwater prawn, creamy dill, red onion, and pickled red pepper.

Asanoya Boulangerie

For Japanese Bread and Pastries
Originating from Japan, Asanoya Boulangerie is a bakery that's better known for gourmet bread and pastries which are handmade with only the finest ingredients. They offer an assortment of unique bakes such as the Camembert Bacon Croissant ($4), the Kaya Mochi Cruffin ($4.20), and the Nonya Loaf ($5-$9), amongst many others. Do keep a lookout for their adorable Animal Series as well—you'll find specially crafted buns like the Lion Apple Pan, the Panda Bread, and of course, the Turtle Matcha Pan.