[CLOSED] Plentyfull (Millenia Walk)

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Plentyfull is the epitome of restorative dining experiences - aiming to serve up dishes that soothe the soul and palate in equal measure. Keeping with this theme, most of the food here is made from scratch daily, so rest assured that your meals are as fresh as they can get! The seasonal menu marries fresh local produce and artisan international ingredients in a seamless blend that will leave your palate longing for more. Dishes such as the beloved Organic Eggs Iberico Ham Benedict bring together fresh local Organic Eggs with 36 Month Aged Jamon Iberico from Spain to create a dish that will have you savouring every bite. Whether you’re a couple looking to cosy up or a large group bonding over good food, Plentyfull has got you covered. With expansive benches for communal dining with large groups, as well as private booths for date night, you’ll never feel out of place in this carefully curated space.

9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-79/80 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

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The fries were crispy and addictive. It would be a heaven if the truffle taste is much stronger than the cheese.

Unfortunately, the Millenia Walk outlet will be closing and its last day of operations will be 14 June 2020 this Sunday.

As their lease is up for renewal in July, and given the current pandemic and economic environment, the owners felt it is time to end this chapter.

However, they do intend to slowly re-focus and find a new home.

For fans of the concept, their sister outlet Plentyfull Bakery & Deli at Great World is still in operations.


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Avocado toast is a type of open sandwich made with mashed avocado (though some used sliced) and salt, pepper, and citrus juice on toast.

Other ingredients can include poached eggs, olive oil, hummus, red pepper flakes, feta, dukkah, tomato, to even bacon.

There was a point in time when every legit brunch café in Singapore would have an Avotoast in its menu someway, somehow… though not every place do them well, especially when pre-mixed avopaste is used.

I must admit I am not the biggest fan of Avotoast, but it has its appeal – a healthier alternative, and that avocado is rich in nutrients and antioxidants.
BUT take note that it can be high in calories if you add everything up - can be like 600 plus.

Swipe right or head to this link: bit.ly/avotoastsg

Gnocchi was a little soggy but nonetheless tasty. Great deal with 1-for-1 main course!

Spicy pork sausage, flat pasta, tomato sauce & smoked paprika.


8 small pieces of grilled bacon cubes, caramelized. Overpriced, portion is too small.