So the other spectrum of the hipster cafe is the old school/nostalgia cafe complete with the signboard done in the traditional chinese style.
The best thing we had today was this broccoli salad with papadum and the red sugar one eats with chinese kueh. The broccoli was crispy, crunchy and all together delicious. How did they cook it?! A must-try.
Salted egg sweet potato fries – cant go wrong with this eh? Salted egg on everything is a sure-win thing
Smoked salmon hash with poached eggs and spinach was not too bad though a tad bit salty
Fried chicken and waffles, a good looking dish though nothing too spectacular. The chicken was nicely fried – tender crispy and moist.
Soft-shell crab sandwich, this unfortunately was as boring as it looked.
Lastly, the visually stunning beef and grains – wet orzo rice with medium rare beef and a sunny side up. I didnt like it so much as the Asian influence came in a bit too strong, there was this herb/spice (?) that left a lingering after-taste.
Overall, brunch here is not your typical eggs-ben kind of food though I felt some of the dishes were quite pricey.
Sin Lee Foods
#01-164 Jalan Bukit Ho Swee
Tel: 6377 3170