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Ante Kitchen & Bar had just newly launched its new brunch menu which fortunately consists of big breakfast. Unlike most cafe that uses either beef bacon or supplied pork bacon, Ante Kitchen & Bar does its own smoking in-house which resulted in a thicker, smokier and much juicier slice of bacon. Now that's a rhythm to ears. Along with the combinations are delicious trio of mushrooms, bratwurst sausage, eggs on sourdough and their homemade guacamole. Firstly, spear the eggy dome to offer an additional texture that binds the dish together. It's different, it's complex and it's absolutely yummy!More info
Apart from its famous skyscraper pancakes and a decent choice of coffees, the Red Beanbag serves a set of whole Big Breakfast as well. Aesthetically assembled, everything on the plate was cooked pretty well except for its tomato-beans which were rather watery and dull. The highlight was the scrambled egg, creamy and fluffy with a mild touch of butteriness. Meat-wise, beef bacon or turkey ham and beef or chicken sausage vie for equal attention. One really good dish within this plate was the selection of sautéed mushrooms and cherry tomatoes – amazing flavour! On a side note, one can opt for poached eggs too.More info
As the name indicates, S.Wine specialises in all things pork. So it’s no surprise that almost everything on the menu is pork incorporated (except the drinks of course!). The English Fry Up offers you the usual big breakfast meal which includes 2 eggs, bacon, pork sausages, sautéed mushrooms, a chunky cut of ham, baked beans, grilled tomato and toast with a slab of butter on top. However, if you’re set on trying something new, then give their French Toast and Grilled Banana a shot. To make things even interesting, it’s finished off with a dollop of peanut butter. An unlikely pairing of flavours but it works.More info
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