12 Delicious Egg Brunch Dishes in Singapore Guaranteed to Get You Eggcited


Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I’m sure we all love eggs –  one of the yummiest proteins that can be cooked multiple ways! For most cafes in Singapore, eggs are undeniably the lead in almost all brunch menus. Eggs benedict is one of the most popular brunch items, and this article hopes to feature places with eggs done in different styles ways as well (other than just poached).

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1. Truffle Scrambled Eggs Waffle (Roosevelt’s Diner & Bar)

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Truffle scrambled eggs waffle ($16); This dish is definitely for egg lovers who love truffle as well. The scrambled eggs were rich and creamy, with the fragrant scent of truffle oil wafting through each curd. Plus points for the waffle which was light, airy and crisp; a perfect pairing with the scrambled eggs that had a richer, denser flavour.

Address: 331 New Bridge Road, #01-02 Dorsett Residences, Singapore 088764 | Facebook
Operating hours: Sun – Thurs: 8am – 10pm; Fri & Sat: 830am – 12pm

2. Eggs Benedict (Prive Cafe)

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Eggs Benedict ($16); For the stubborn egg lovers of this classic dish, Prive cafe is definitely one of the go-to places for eggs Benedict. Two well-poached eggs with instagram-worthy runny yolks, sitting atop crispy bacon and a thick slice of canadian ham. Not forgetting to mention the tasty hollandaise sauce with the right amount of tartness from the vinegar to cut through the richness of the whole dish.

Address: 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore 098382 | Website
Operating hours: 9am – 12 am (daily, including PH)

3. Country Scrambled Eggs (Nassim Hill Bakery and Bistro Bar)

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Country scrambled eggs -with beer beiser sausage/center cut bacon/honey baked ham ($18); For egg lovers with a huge appetite, Nassim Hill Bakery is definitely the place for your eggs fix. The scrambled eggs come in an extremely generous serving as they are prepared using 4 antibiotic and hormone-free eggs. These eggs are not heavily seasoned, making it easier for customers to control the flavouring to their own preference.

Address: 56 Tanglin Rd, Tanglin Post Office #01-03, Singapore 247964 | Website
Operating hours: 8am – 11pm (closed on Mondays)

4. Eggs Tomato Relish (Habitat Coffee)

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Eggs Tomato Relish ($15); This brunch item is bound to satisfy egg lovers who love to share, especially girls, as the serving is rather generous. The dish is served piping hot, with the tomato sauce bubbling away underneath the two runny eggs. The best way to enjoy it is to break the runny yolks and have a bit of everything (egg, spinach, bacon, tomato sauce) on top of the warm, toasted sourdough bread.

Address: 223 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574355 | Website
Operating hours: 11am – 1030pm (Tuesday to Fridays), 1030am – 1030pm (Saturday and Sundays); Closed on Mondays

5. Pork Belly & Fried Eggs (Kith Cafe)

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Pork belly & fried eggs ($20); Perfect for the classic egg and sandwich lover. A simple toast egg dish where the main stars are the perfectly fried sunny side ups and the generous amounts of braised soya pork belly. Even though the pork belly was a tad dry, the runny yolks made a delicious and creamy sauce to dip the pork belly in.

Address: 31 Ocean Way #01-08, Quayside isle, Singapore 098375 | Website
Operating hours: 8am – 10pm (closed on Tuesdays)

 6. Scrambled Eggs (Ronin)

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Scrambled Eggs ($9) with add-ons; British-style, creamy scrambled eggs lovers are bound to love these creamy, fluffy eggs from Ronin. The reasonable price makes it even more value-for-money, and will leave you craving for more!

Address: 17 Hong Kong Street, Singapore 059660
Operating hours: 8am – 6pm (Monday to Fridays), 8am – 730pm (Saturday and Sundays)

7.  Brioche French Toast (One Man Coffee)

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Brioche French Toast with homemade berry compote, candied walnuts and fresh cream ($10); Not your conventional eggs dish, but the thick slices of brioche fried with the custard-egg mixture is a must-order for sweet-toothed egg lovers. Top a bite of fluffy french toast with the tangy compote, crunchy walnuts and smooth fresh cream; you will not want to share this with anyone else.

Address: 215R Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574349 | Website
Operating hours: 9am – 5pm (Monday to Sundays)

8. Organic Eggs Benedict (Common Man Coffee Roasters)

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Organic Eggs Benedict ($24): A rich, flavourful dish for hearty egg-lovers, Common Man Coffee Roaster’s eggs benedict stands out from the crowd. This combination marries the complex flavours of the braised ox cheeks with the smooth runny yolk perfectly, with the bed of rocket salad adding its fragrant and nutty flavour.

Address: #01-00, 22 Martin Rd, Singapore 239058 | Website
Operating hours: 8am – 7pm (Monday to Sundays)

9. PB&J French Toast (Artistry)

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PB&J French Toast ($14): Fried to golden perfection, Artistry’s french toast is a great brunch item for anyone, not just egg-lovers. The classic combination of Peanut Butter & Jelly hits every breakfast spot. Despite being served with a generous scoop of ice cream and maple syrup, this dish is not overly sweet and will not leave you feeling overwhelmed.

Address: 17 Jalan Pinang, Singapore 199149 | Website
Operating hours: 10am – 7pm (Closed on Mondays)

10. Scrambled Eggs, Fontina, Chives, Toast (Club Street Social)

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Scrambled eggs, fontina, chives, toast ($12); add-ons available: Another scrambled eggs dish, this time round for egg-lovers who prefer their scramble done somewhat American style. The smooth curds were bursting with eggy fragrance and you can find chewy bits of fontina between every mouthful. These eggs are generously seasoned and perfect to eat with the crisp toast served at the side.

Address: 5 Gemmill Lane, Singapore 069261 | Facebook
Operating hours: 11am – 1030pm (Monday to Fridays), 9am – 1030pm (Saturdays), 9am – 6pm (Sundays)

11. Truffle Benedict (Pacamara)

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Truffe Benedict ($18); Probably  one of the most raved about eggs Benedict in Singapore now, the velvety truffle hollandaise is drizzled over two almost perfect poached eggs, slices of smoked ham and a thick crispy brioche. The creamy sauce reeks of truffle oil but is light enough not to overpower every component of this brunch dish.

Address:: 185 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574333 |  Facebook
Opening hours: Tues – Sun: 9am – 11pm

12. Organic Poached Egg on Toast, Braised Ossobucco & Chives Hollandaise (boCHINche)


Organic Poached Eggs on Toast, Braised Ossobucco & Chives Hollandaise ($25); Braised Ossobucco is a Milanese-style veal shank that is cooked in a white wine stock reduction. A far heavier and meatier brunch dish at $25, this is not exactly cheap but worth every dollar. The chives hollandaise adds a little sweet ‘spiciness’ that cuts the heaviness of this dish ever so slightly.

Address: 22 Martin Road, #02-01, Singapore 239058 | Website
Opening hours: Tues – Sun 11am – 11pm