Brunch has become synonymous with creamy eggs benedict, slightly overpriced avo toast and to-die-for Flat White. It’s completely different from the quick, on-the-go breakfasts you grab before work (think kaya toast and soft-boiled eggs at your ever-trusty Toast Box). Also, having extra hours in bed is wonderful, with so many options for cafe food and brunch delivery in Singapore.
But this portmanteau is more than just a late breakfast—brunch is a state of being. It’s the mark of a fabulous weekend or the valiant last hurrah before we trudge back to work come Monday. Either way, brunch reminds us everything is perfect with a batch of perfectly poached eggs.
Cosying up on your sofa this weekend? Let us share with you great places for food on Oddle Eats. Here are 15 breakfast and brunch delivery options in Singapore, brought right to your doorstep.
1. Baristart: Brunch delivery with a Japanese flair
If you don’t dig the usual Aussie vibe, then let Baristart Coffee‘s calming Japanese aesthetic soothe your soul.
Baristart is famous for using the smoothest and creamiest Hokkaido milk in many of their dishes. The Hokkaido Carbonara (from $23) is no exception, to reward yourself for making it to the end of the workweek.
Pancakes are the perfect way to start the day, especially if you get them from Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant. Providing delivery from as early as 8.30am, it’s a great option to consider for your breakfast delivery in Singapore. Their Pancakes with Warm Maple Butter (from $22) are fragrant and made with buttermilk, tasting exquisite when you pair them with blueberries. For something savoury, the Spanish Scramble (from $24.20) does a great job satisfying your tummy. The dish sees a stir-fry of eggs, chorizo, tomatoes, caramelised onions and melted Monterrey Jack cheese. Along with sourdough and hash browns, you’ll find yourself polishing off this delicacy fast.
If you’re an early riser, great news: Crown Bakery has a wealth of options for both light and heavy eaters. Celebrate the weekend with a feast, otherwise known as the Crown Breakfast (from $33). Featuring mouth-watering items like thick-cut bacon and red wine braised oxtail, this meal was made for pampering you. A lighter meal like the Smoked Salmon (from $18) is great too, which lets you choose either ciabatta, crispy toast or a croissant. With smoked salmon and fresh vegetables, it’s a refreshing way to kick off your morning.
6. Huggs Coffee: Light bites and pick-me-up treats, with good coffee to boot
For a simple cuppa and light bites, Huggs Coffee is your go-to spot. There are the usual suspects like M White (from $6.90), the iconic Melbourne Flat White with lashings of sea salt for a hint of smokiness.
If you have a sweet tooth, pair your double espresso with caramelised gula melaka in their Latte Gula (from $6.50). Be sure to snag a wrap or muffin along with your coffee, and that’s your afternoon made.
If you want to do away with frills, Lola’s Cafe will do just the trick. With their simple but delicious brunch fare, you’re simply going to want more. The Crab Cake Benedict (from $19) puts a marvelous crustacean-y twist on the tried-and-true eggs benedict.
The Wagyu Sando (from $18) has to be on your wishlist. This delicious sandwich comes with a thick slice of wagyu beef patty, hamburg sauce and karashi mayo. We’d say this is Japanese sensibilities in the classic American style.
Tons of healthy options await you at Starter Lab, in both the forms of food and drink. Choose from their array of sourdoughs if you’d like something simple, which you enjoy on its own. For a light breakfast, try their unique offerings from the All-Day Breakkie menu. The Rosie Mascarpone (from $17.60) is flavourful and naturally sweet, with mascarpone, roasted pistachio, and rare honey. Starter Lab also has a selection of kombucha and cold-pressed juices to help cleanse your body and boost your immunity!
Fancy takes on a whole new meaning at The Alkaff Mansion. Try out some of the popular items at their Wildseed Café. Get the Big Pan Breakfast (from $28) where you have an impeccable spread of pork sausage, cherry tomatoes, portobello mushroom, avocado, sourdough and eggs. Choose your favourite type of eggs, from sunny side-ups, sous vide or scrambled eggs. Another delicious option is their French Toast (from $16), with crispy bacon, tomatoes and feta cheese atop brioche.
15. Tolido’s Espresso Nook: Inspired by Melbourne’s brunch scene
If there is anyone that knows brunch best, it’s the folks from Melbourne. Inspired by the burgeoning brunch scene from down under, Tolido’s Espresso Nook is where you’ll find classic brunch plates to properly usher in the weekend.
The Shakshouka Eggs (from $21) is a great choice for both breakfast and brunch. This hearty dish comes as poached eggs in a delicious stew of tomatoes, chickpeas, peppers and onions. Served with toasted sourdough and fresh salsa, such a comforting meal will help you usher in the weekend well.