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Brussels sprouts with chipotle, egg and raisin from Humpback’s spanking new Sunday Brunch menu. Essentially a valentine to everybody’s favourite fartogenic vegetable, with the oil-plump brussels sprouts having a most exemplary bitter crunchiness and some blessed pieces possessing bits of delightfully charred, crisp and paper-thin skin that go crack upon…

Sea-ly eggs from Gastrosmiths – smoked salmon, pickled nori, chilli oil. Essentially soft slices of smoked salmon soaking lazily in kopitiam-esque soft boiled egg. Elsewhere, the chilli oil would cheekily engage you in a game of Where’s Wally. 3.7/5 Gastrosmiths 103 Beach Road Tan Quee Lan Street Singapore 189704

Otak Toast from Violet Oon Singapore. While the stubborn baguette-esque toast had the moisture of a Thirsty Hippo-guarded closet, the opulent and corpulent otak slab – none of that minced nonsense, you can clearly see fish when you observe the otak’s cross-section – had a remarkably chicken-like tenderness. 3.8/5 Violet…

Full English breakfast with “foot-long” sausage from Claude’s – scrambled eggs, stewed beans, hashbrown, bacon, roasted tomatoes, chunky salsa, warm bread and fresh salad with parsley crumble and truffle butter. Not your typical brunch experience, flavour-wise. The girth of the masculinely spicy, Chinese-esque and well-endowed sausage was ideal for easy…

Classic French toast from Shen & Co. – thick egg toasts, cinnamon apple compote, chopped nuts, whipped cream, honey and caramel sauce. Essentially how French toast would be done if your doting, generous aunt made brekkie – the delicious buttery egginess provides a familiar homemade comfort, whilst the cinnamon apple…