Breakfast at Graze

December 11, 2009 at 11:07 am | Posted in Miss G: Food | 3 Comments
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I’m no stranger to Graze and Rochester Park. I love Rochester Park and how it is never overcrowded like Dempsey. Graze is a great place for dinner and drinks – and they screen “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” at the outdoor area at night.

This time, we decided to explore Breakfast at Graze.

I think I’m hooked to the whole idea of Sunday Brunch! I like good food, lush greenery and relaxed setting to share tête-à-tête over a cup of hot chocolate. And doing this in the morning somehow feels better than doing this in the afternoon or at night. Don’t ask me why, I’m just hooked.

Vegetarian cast iron pan $18

Miss Glitzy is a carnivore but she thoroughly enjoyed this dish! The whole ensemble of veges smelled so good! My favourite items were the mushrooms and boiled potatoes. Even the tomatoes was juicy and quite savoury.

Graze baked omelette with bratwurst sausage, smoked salmon, country potatoes and mushrooms $17

The omelette was quite light and blended well with the saltish salmon. The bratwurst was a tad tasteless though. I think the cast iron pan was a better choice. Graze offers a non-vegan version of cast iron pan at $20.

Cinnamon raisin french toast with Vanilla ice-cream $13

Love this sweet breakfast dish. The combination of cinnamon, sweet raisins and egg fragrance forms a wonderful symphony. And the vanilla ice-cream is good ice-cream made from real vanilla beans!

Honeycomb ice-cream $5

Because I couldn’t get enough of the vanilla ice-cream, I ordered one scoop of honeycomb ice-cream. I expected it to be as sweet as caramel, surprisingly the level of sweetness was just right and it provided a pleasant conclusion to Breakfast at Graze.

Graze’s all-day brunch menu is available every Sunday.

Graze
4 Rochester Park
Rochester Park
Tel: +65 6775 9000

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  1. nomnomnom wants some Cinnamon raisin french toast with Vanilla ice-cream NOW!

  2. oh how lucky…the indulgence is absolutely sinful!! ahahah

    i’m not usually a fan of vegetarian meals but that defines vegetarian-ism in a whole new way

  3. Candy floss has always been my favorite type of sweet, even as an adult we are still intrigued by candy floss! No one is ever to old to enjoy sweets!


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