Brunch at Spruce

February 26, 2010 at 11:15 am | Posted in Miss G: Food | 7 Comments
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Tucked at an area called “Phoenix Park” at Tanglin, I initially envisioned Spruce to be a building out of nowhere in the midst of the Tanglin greenery. The place was surprisingly easy to find and only a short drive away from town.

Photo credits: Spruce

With its contemporary interiors and relaxed ambience, it didn’t feel like Singapore at all.

I had a Spruce Eggs Benny on Corn Waffle with Leg Bacon ($12). I never knew that waffles could be savory! The eggs benny were very well-done and blended well with the sweet waffle and the salty leg bacon. The affordable price is also something to smile at.

My favourite all-time beverage is hot chocolate. Spruce’s Hot Thick Chocolate ($6) did not disappoint. The texture was velvety and the taste was strong but not overpoweringly sweet.

Desserts were Spruce Sundae with Valrhona Fudge Sauce and Brownie Bits ($15) and Steamed Ginger Date Pudding with Chocolate Toffee Sauce ($12).

The brownie chunks and huge walnuts buried in the ice-cream were amazing, although we shouldn’t have chose sorbet. The ginger date pudding was moist and delicious. Of course, it didn’t go wrong with the vanilla ice-cream and warm chocolate sauce.


It is simple. I like Spruce and I would love to go there for lunch and dinner in future.

320 Tanglin Road
Phoenix Park
Tel: +65 6836 5528
Brunch: 8.30am – 2.30pm

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  1. Ello babe, what is the price range like?

  2. The price is indeed very affordable for brunch! And to think of it, i haven’t even been there! haha!

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