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Spathe Public House

Spathe Public House

 
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#01-01 8 Mohamed Sultan Road Singapore 238958
 
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Listing created by Bryan Choo on July 16, 2013    

Spathe Public House serves dishes designed for sharing among friends and these are brought to your table throughout the meal. They serve american breakfast, European seafood and alcohol.

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Opening Hours:
11am - 10pm
Avg Price:
$30-$50


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Sinfully Spathe

Recently after paying a visit to my good dentist, I came across The Spathe Public House. It is situated on Mohamed Sultan Road. How apt, to be gorging on food right after my dentist appointment!

It grasped my attention when we(my sisters and friends) passed by because it stood out from the rest, with its inviting and warm exterior. It was about 11am when I visited. To our delight, it wasn’t packed and it exuded a cozy ambience with its dim lights and extraordinary decorations with wine bottles lining the walls. Their walls were designed with bricks and it makes me feel like I’ve been transported back to the old English times. All that was missing was just a fire crackling in a fireplace.

Unsurprisingly, their food was savoury and left me wanting for more. One of the food I tried was their Eggs Benedict ($16). It came in two per plate and it looked mouthwatering with a generous serving of hollandaise sauce. When cut, the runny egg yolks cooked to perfection burst into my mouth (like fireworks) sinfully but it was all worth the calories.

Another one is the Bacon and Egg Belgian Waffle($14). Call me a mountain tortoise, but I was my first time trying an egg and bacon on a waffle! The sunny-side up was placed purposefully on a piece of bacon atop a waffle with a splash of their Harry Palmer’s Epson Sauce. The good thing about it was the warm waffle which was soft and neutral, which compliments the naturally salty bacon and egg. The special sauce tasted more like barbeque though!

Their Spathe Slam ($24) was our last order. It was a generous serving easily enough for two people of grilled honey tomatoes, mushrooms, toasted bread with scrambled egg, a juicy sausage and sweet bacon. Everything on the plate was so delightful; especially the sweet tomatoes (I’ve never really tasted anything like it), the roasted mushrooms (which received many praise from the table) and the juicy and aromatic sausage. Yums!

Even though the brunch is relatively pricier, the romantic ambience hint hint sets the mood for a wonderful morning to start the day and the tasty food makes our try worth it.
Café lovers can definitely give this place a shot!

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