New weekend breakfast menu at Swensen’s
When the weekend rolls in, there’s nothing better than waking up to a good breakfast to fuel your appetite. Considered the most important meal of the day, breakfast with family and friends is a great way to enjoy gourmet food on a laid-back weekend.
This September, Swensen’s has extended its menu to include an all-new exciting weekend breakfast menu to tempt all breakfast or brunch lovers. With a total of nine new breakfast treats and two kiddie corner sets, you will be spoilt for choices. Whether you’re looking for a classic French toast, eggs Benedict, pancakes, sandwiches or egg dishes, there’s something for everyone.
One of our favourite items on the new menu has to be the All-American Buttermilk Pancakes ($9.90), served with homemade butter cream, chicken sausages, hashbrown and sautéed mushroom. The pancakes were light and fluffy, and they were delicious with lots of the homemade butter cream and maple syrup on it. What makes these pancakes so special is that there’s honey butter in each pancake. Each bite is soft and buttery. The serving was also generous. If you’re not that hungry, you can go for their Simply Pancakes ($6.90), which is just three slices of the delicious pancakes without the side items.
If you love eggs, there’s nothing quite like a sunny side up egg in the morning. Start your day with Swensen’s Good Morning Sunnies ($11.90), which include two sunny-side up eggs with baked honey butter cream Ciabatta rolls, chicken sausages, hashbrown and sautéed mushrooms. The eggs were cooked to perfection – the whites were cooked all the way through and the yolk was set, yet not overdone. The freshly baked Ciabatta rolls that come with the dish are to die for. Smeared with homemade honey butter, the warm rolls were crispy on the outside and warm and soft on the inside. They were so melt-in-your-mouth delicious that you will be asking for more.
If you prefer omelettes, you can opt for the Swensen’s Sunrise Omelette ($10.90). Instead of sunny-side up eggs, you get a basic omelette with diced tomatoes and herbs.
Swensen’s also serves up decent French toast. Their classic French toast with honey butter cream ($10.90) is a full meal that comes with chicken sausages, hashbrown and sautéed mushrooms. The two thick and slices of Japanese bread were grilled until nicely browned and crisp on the outside. The fluffy bread was so yummy and sinful when spread with some of the homemade honey butter cream and a drizzle of maple syrup. Just like the pancakes, you can go without the side dishes and ask for simply French toast set ($7.50).
Other items on the new menu include Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict ($12.90), the ultimate Breakfast Sandwich ($9.90), Hearty Steak & Eggs ($14.90) and two kid meals – Lil’ Buttermilk Pancakes ($6.90) and Eggy Delight ($6.90). Each breakfast set also comes with a complimentary cup of coffee or tea and a glass of fruit juice for every kid’s set ordered.
The new breakfast menu is now available at all Swensen’s outlets on weekends and Public Holidays from 8am to 11am. They are also available at Changi Airport Terminal 2 from 3am to 11am daily.
Tel: 6788 8128
Opening hours: [Weekdays] 10:30am to 10:30pm (Mon-Fri), 8am to 10:30pm (Sat, Sun & PH)
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