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november rain11/24/2013 01:46:00 AM
Went out for a weekend brunch with my friends and had a good chance to take an outfit photos although it was drizzling. It is the season ...
Went out for a weekend brunch with my friends and had a good chance to take an outfit photos although it was drizzling. It is the season where sweaters and hats are being really practical in Singapore to keep yourself warm in the midst of chill weather.
h&m sweater and hat. zara skirt and wedges. michael kors ring
Recently bought this burgundy coloured sweater in H&M. The oversize fit makes a comfortable piece to wear daily. In the other hand, I haven't take this classy wide brim hat out for a walk for quite a long time. Luckily it is suitable to pair with my outfit that day to create a rather-ladylike-outfit.
Me and my friends found out about a standalone cafe in the Central business district area called SprMrkt. This cafe combines the idea of a traditional market by combining food, retail, and art in a single space. They serve various western menus and are famous for the all day breakfast choices.
A glimpse of the saturday brunch menu that includes infamous egg benedict, egg florentine, and traditional english breakfast. Average price SGD15
Ordered the classic egg benedict and it turned out great! The poached egg and ham is perfect, but i am not really fond of their bread which is a bit too dry i think.
My friend ordered the "die breakfast" consists of pancake, scrambled egg, bacon, and fruit platter. Also tried their well known bread pudding in homemade vanilla sauce freshly made daily. Will definitely list it as one of my favourite brunch place in singapore.
The place has contemporary interior with hint of industrial as seen in cemented wall and floor as well as metal mixed with wooden furniture. As part of the retail concept, they do sell fresh food, fruits, and kitchen utensils. The back of the venue is used as mini art gallery which showcases locally made art on the wall.
Spr • mrkt :
2 Mccalum street