Sunday, November 08, 2009

District 10 Bistro

Went for Sunday brunch with the Association, something I had not had the chance to do for a long while due to work commitments.

Set in a more secluded part of Singapore, District 10 was not as crowded as we expected it to be on a late Sunday morning. Ambience was more relaxing, amidst the greenery. We chose to sit outdoors and had our meal next to (or rather, under) a huge tree.

I shared the Eggs Benedict and Pancakes with Banana and Chocolate with Miss C. For drinks, we had cafe mocha and Antioxident, a fruit juice concoction.

The Eggs Benedict came with hash brown, grilled tomato and a salad on the side. The muffin was one of the more toasted ones Mrs Pancakes had tried, was nice and crispy. Ham was not too salty, which gave it extra points. Poached eggs were nicely cooked, not too runny in the middle. The light hollandaise sauce topped the dish giving it a very pleasant taste.

The pancakes, however, did not meet up to expectations. Pancakes were too dense. Mrs Pancakes prefers the light and fluffy version. Also, there was just a drizzle of chocolate sauce which didn't stand out in the dish. The taste of bananas overwhelmed and she couldn't taste the chocolate.

Make sure you are not in a hurry if you want to try out the food there as service staff can be quite slow. It took a long while for the drinks to be served (even plain water) and we had to ask for the bill the second time around for it to come.

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