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6 perfect brunch spots in Singapore to check out this weekend

Relaxed and serves up formidable grub - exactly what you need to unwind over the weekend.

  • Open Door Policy

    For those of you health junkies who’re looking for a cool, guilt-free brunch spot or casual dinner date place, here’s the place you should visit.

    Nestled in the heart of Singapore’s hipster haven Tiong Bahru lies a neighbourhood bistro, Open Door Policy. It is by no means a new kid on the block but its recent menu revamp has got our vote for being the It place to check out now.

    Our picks? The spicy chorizo poach egg and sweet potatoes and pumpkin hash. Yum.

    Open Door Policy, 19 Yong Siak St, Singapore 168650, T: 6221-9307

BONUS: What about Sunday? These aren’t all open. Here’s the Sunday brunch breakdown:

  • Open Farm Community
    Cuisine: Modern European
    Food / Interior Photos
    Address: 130E Minden Road
    Tel: 6471-0306
    Opening Hours (SUN): 11am – 4pm / 6pm – 10pm

    With a 35,000 square feet area that includes its own urban farm, Open Farm Community (OFC) entices with both its farm-fresh dishes and plethora of activities. There is something for everyone – activity-driven guests can spend Sunday mornings at its big outdoor recreation space or participating in a family-friendly farming workshop, while others can opt to relax indoors with OFC’s weekend-only brunch. www.openfarmcommunity.com

    Image: Watercress soup

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01. Open Farm Community

  • Braised Lamb Shank
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02. Fat Lulu’s

  • Bring a party of friends - there are too many delectable dishes to try.
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(Photo credit: John Heng)

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03. SPRMRKT

  • Fettucine - squid ink pasta, tiger prawns, bacon,
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04. COO Bistro

  • Tiong Bahru Platter
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05. Aura

  • Evening View
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06. Bread Street Kitchen

  • The Dingley Dell Pork Belly is served on a bed of smooth apple puree.
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07. Lepark (now closed)

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    Bang Bang Shrimp Karaage.
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A version of the first half of this story first appeared on FEMALE Singapore.