GOOD SUNDAY MORNING FOLKS!
I am always looking forward to weekend brunch so much and am constantly on the look out for great all-day breakfast places to try.
Just came back from one a couple of hours ago actually!
This cafe is called Arbite and it's located at one of my favourite places of all – Serangoon Gardens.
I went to this place thrice for day meals in fact, twice for brunch and once for a later afternoon chill out snack,
and i still like this place.
Considering that the place is pretty small, but the seats are adequately spaced out and the furnishing of the place is very simple (well, i think it's all Ikea stuff),
very unpretentious and relaxing for a afternoon.
What i like most is the full stretch of clear glass window, definitely adding on to the relaxing atmosphere.
The only thing is that i have not been there for dinner, so i wouldn't give much comments about that.
They have quite a great range of food daily, and those times when i went during 12noon on weekends,
they do serve all-day breakfast, and also, heavier food like burgers, pasta and mains.
The first time i went for brunch is with hurhur and we ordered two items from the all-day breakfast:
Arbite's big breakfast
(opps, i left out the scrambled eggs pic, they forgot to place it in and gave us in a separate plate)
In my opinion, this is the must-have each time, everything about this just taste heavenly (love the bacon, mushrooms, sausages, potato balls),
and very value for money. (S$12.90)
Equally good as well and this is slightly different from outside, it's not on a muffin piece but on two pieces of thick toasted bread.
Totally delicious and value for money there too! A must-have! (S$10.90)
And as i have mentioned, i went back to Arbite just now, and had a great brunch with Kenneth, June and Hurhur.
Perfect time spent and this time i tried a different breakfast set.
Sea-Salt Caramelized Banana Pancakes.
I tried this just now and i think it sounded better than it tasted for this though.
Probably it was just today, but i wasn't quite satisfied with this as i couldn't really taste the sea-salt,
and the banana was not as ripe, hence not as sweet.
Pancakes were pretty normal (a bit thick of my liking), and this set came with just the 3 pancakes only. (S$12.90)
We tried another breakfast set called the Coque Madam (S$16.90), and it was good!
It was two focaccia bread with parma ham and cheese in between, and top with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce.
Sounds good huh, tasted good too!
Love the tea there as well, June ordered peach tea and i had camomile, lovely.. (S$5.50)
Would definitely head back for more to try other sets!
66A Serangoon Garden Way,