Eggs for lunch or even dinner? Yes, please.

Isn’t it strange that the food we typically eat for the “most important meal of the day” is often never consumed during lunch and dinner?

Why can’t or shouldn’t we have eggs, bacon, pancakes, or sausages during the day. After all, this is classic comfort food, sometimes associated with fond childhood memories or leisurely meals with friends and family that satisfy the culinary soul.

The good news is that there seems to be a growing demand for hearty, occasionally greasy, but also healthy comfort food during various times of the day.

As a result, the all-day breakfast concept is fast becoming a regular feature on restaurant menus, not just in Singapore but across the world.

So, to satiate your eggs, beans, and sausage cravings at various hours of the day, here are some of the popular places in Singapore serving all-day breakfast.

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Wild Honey
333A Orchard Rd, #03-01/02, Singapore 238897
Opening Hours: 9am – 6pm (Sun – Mon), 9am – 9:30pm (Tues – Thurs), 9am – 10:30pm (Fri), 9am – 10:30pm (Sat)

An early entrant in the all-day breakfast scene, Wild Honey has been in business since 2009. Their outlet in Mandarin Gallery, one of three in Singapore, is a large, eclectic space, casual during the day and atmospheric post sundown.

Influenced by world cuisines and taking inspiration from personal travels, the breakfast menu at the restaurant promises creative preparations featuring a multitude of textures and tastes.

Reading through Wild Honey’s popular dish list is like taking a world tour.

Stopovers include the Brooklyn Double Pastrami burger, the Norwegian – avocado with grilled asparagus, Turkish – poached eggs with baked yoghurt, and the Canadian – buttermilk pancakes, candied strip bacon, maple syrup, and hibiscus-berry compote.

But if you are going for the ultimate breakfast, it has to be The English ($29). This covers everything, from Wild Honey’s signature brioche and fatty streaky bacon to pork and fennel sausage and sweet potato hash.

Common Man Coffee Roasters
22 Martin Rd, #01-00, Singapore 239058
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 5:30pm (Mon – Sun)

A good indication of a restaurant’s popularity is the clientele it attracts. In the case of Common Man Coffee Roasters, you should find both locals and tourists stopping by to indulge in locally-roasted coffee, juices, wine, and their all-day brunch-style menu.

Located at 22 Martin Road, the café has a trendy industrial look with a long barista bar parallel to an equally lengthy communal table.

They also offer an all-day breakfast menu with house-favourites of Croissant Croque Monsieur, Organic Eggs Benedict, Turkish Common Man Breakfast, to Home-baked Beans with Confit Chorizo.

The café’s Common Man Full Breakfast ($30) has classic and hipster elements. Arriving on the stocked plate are bacon, hash brown, pork sausage, herbed Roma tomatoes, and portobello mushrooms.

Its Beef Cheek Eggs Benedict ($27) is one of those dishes that has been there since Day 1.
Instead of the usual poached eggs with bacon and sausage, the Beef Cheek Organic Eggs Benedict with two poached eggs on top of tender slow-cooked braised ox cheeks and lightly toasted artisanal sourdough toast.

PS.Cafe at Harding
28B Harding Rd, Singapore 249549
Opening Hours: 8am – 11pm (Mon – Sun)

It doesn’t take long to fall for the allure of PS.Café at Dempsey.

A plush respite from the city’s hustle, the café has been a much-loved destination in Dempsey Hill, the former British barracks now a luxury shopping mall.

Open since 2005, PS. Café exudes a contemporary and refreshing aura. Its spacious and bright interiors, large floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the lush greenery, and indoor-outdoor seating options give it a stylish yet relaxed character.

Adding to the ever-growing charm of PS. Cafe is its extensive and exclusive menu. On it is a combination of classic PS. creations and some location-only preparations.

However, for those oddly-timed breakfast desires, there’s the PS. Big Breakfast ($27). While not overly loaded yet filling, it includes smoked bacon, wilted spinach, crisp buttered toast, and cherry tomatoes.

Those with a sweet tooth will be delighted to know that the café has a separate dessert counter packed full of sweet and yummy delights.

Check out the new PS.Cafe at Katong with a pets-friendly outdoor terrace as well.

9 Jln Kubor, #01-01, Singapore 199206
Opening Hours: 11am – 9pm, 11am – 11pm (Tues – Thurs), 11am – 11;30pm (Fri), 9am – 11:30pm (Sat), 9am – 7pm (Sun)

Bright bottle-green doors and shutters, brick walls, a space that flows freely between the inside and outside, and a style as Aussie-laidback as it is industrial chic, that’s Symmetry for you in a nutshell.

The all-day dining restaurant situated in the outer limits of Kampong Glam, famous for its textile shops and Malay restaurants, Symmetry breaks the neighbourhood’s commercial mould with its hip ambience and lively disposition.

The food is no different. Visually enticing, it uses fresh seasonal ingredients to create classic Australian flavours rich in taste and quality.

Popular brunch items include the Truffle Cheese Omelette ($25), Crab on Toast ($27), Symmetry Eggs Benedict ($26), and Lamb Shakshouka ($28).

Also popular is the Symmetry Breakfast ($27) with you choosing between sunny-side-up, scrambled, over-easy, or eggs gratin.

The Populus
146 Neil Rd, Singapore 088875
Opening Hours: 9am – 6:30pm (Mon – Sun)

The Populus takes the standard café menu and gives it a nice little twist by including an exotic mix of palatable international ingredients like slow-roasted Tuscan lamb, crab meat scramble, Greek yoghurt, and Atlantic cod fillet.

While the food displays a modern-day attitude, the coffee at The Populus is artisanal to its core. From hot chocolate by Mörk Chocolate and Tea Bone Zen Mind teas to speciality coffees that change with the seasons, there is always something new worth trying around the year.

Their all-day brunch menu includes The Populus Scramble ($19), Popular French Toast ($22), Tuscan Lamb Harissa Baked Eggs ($22), Spring Pancake & Fried Chicken ($23), and Buckwheat Pancakes ($21).

The Populus French Toast ($22) is one of the café’s best sellers.

This tasty preparation incorporates baked vanilla brioche with fresh seasonal fruits, natural aromatic yoghurt, and pistachio crumb. Finally, flowers go on top to give the dish a colourful appearance.

Atlas Coffeehouse
6 Duke’s Rd, Singapore 268886
Opening Hours: 8am – 7pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon

This is a really popular brunch spot, so much so that my friends far away from Bukit Timah will purposely travel all the way there.

Atlas Coffeehouse is helmed by the team behind Assembly Coffee, and the name is the acronym for At-Land-Air-Sea. The interior reflects part of the theme.

At las(t), not the usual repetitive brunch fares seen in the usual cafes. Presentation is straight-forward and it is evident that they are steering away from just being ‘Instagram-worthy’.

Loads of interesting brunch items, from Hotcakes & Lemon Curd ($15.50), Chorizo, Eggs & Avo ($20.90), The French Toast Standard ($19.80), Smashed Avocado & Watermelon ($20.90), to Summer French Toast ($22.50).

The ATLAS Butterscotch Banana Pancake ($19.80) is probably a combination of many favourite things – fluffy pancakes, creamy ice cream, maple glazed cornflakes, butterscotch and caramelised bananas.

For scrambled eggs lovers, get the Gentleman’s Relish ($17.70) soft scrambled eggs, charred san-marzano tomatoes, compound butter, honey mascarpone, sourdough.

Toby’s Estate Coffee Roasters
8 Rodyk St, Singapore 238216
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 5pm (Mon – Sun)

Located alongside the Singapore River in the quaintly scenic Robertson Quay neighbourhood, Toby’s Estate combines the city’s heritage with its present.

A space that was once a spice and coffee warehouse, it epitomises the contemporary café culture that is now an integral part of modern Singapore.

Welcoming customers since 2011, the flagship outlet of Toby’s Estate Café & Roastery in Singapore has a laidback appeal, perfect for a casual meetup, be it with friends or office colleagues.

Classic Australian café menu, relaxed chill out vibes, and a view of the Singapore River (if you choose the al fresco dining).

A popular breakfast and lunch spot, hang out with your family and friends for some Single Origin Coffee, all-day breakfast, and -day breakfast mains including Eggs Benedict Brooklyn Style ($21.50), Surf & Turf Tower ($21.50), Mac & Cheese 2.1 ($17.50), Breakfast Tacos ($16), to Toby’s French Toast.

Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant
31 Purvis Street Singapore 188608
Opening Hours: 8am – 4pm (Mon – Thurs), 8am – 9pm (Fri), 8am – 9pm (Sat – Sun)

If New York pancakes are your thing. Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant is a famed American breakfast institution hailing from Lower East Side New York.

Its breakfast is served all days, with signature items of Buttermilk Biscuit Sandwich ($19.00), Eggs Benedict ($24), Spanish Scrambled ($23), Pancakes with Warm Maple Butter ($21) with choice of blue berries and banana walnut or chocolate chunks.

Something to know: The warm maple butter for the pancakes is made with just 2 quality ingredients – 100% pure organic Grade ‘A’ dark maple syrup directly imported from a North American farm and unsalted butter made from 100% fresh cream from free-range cows.

Clinton Street’s breakfast plate has a rural-Americana vibe to it.

Known as the Farmer’s Plate ($26.00), it includes wedges of farmhouse cheddar, soft and creamy scrambled eggs, herb-roasted tomatoes, and two rosemary pork patties next to nicely toasted sourdough bread.

The Coffee Academïcs
Scotts Square, #02-01/#02-02, 6 Scotts Road, Singapore 228209
Tel: +65 6538 1940
Opening Hours: 9am – 8:30pm (Sun – Thurs), 9am – 9pm (Fri – Sat)

An award-winning specialty coffee concept from Hong Kong, The Coffee Academïcs offers globally-inspired menu offerings with aromatic coffee.

The outlet at Scotts Square which is stylishly done up is The Coffee Academics’ first international store.

Good to know: its sourced coffee beans have a score of 92 to 94 points by the World Coffee Review, ranked highest in Asia and top three in the world.

The recommended brunch choice would be The Academics Breakfast ($28) included with Spiced Herb Bratwurst, maple bacon, homemade baked beans, sautéed mushrooms, Halloumi cheese and eggs of your choice, served with toasted brioche and seasonal greens.

Other “Big Bites” mains and pastas they offer include Crispy Fish Fillet Tacos ($25), Grilled Salmon Fillet with Tomato Salsa ($28), Spicy Crab Meat Linguine ($26), and Umami Pasta ($23).

Kith Café
69 Spottiswoode Park Rd, Singapore 088658
Opening Hours: 7am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

With a number of branches around, Kith Cafe is a great place for catching up with friends or having a meeting with business associates over brunch and coffee.

Avocado on Toast is the IT brunch item and Kith Café does their Poached Eggs & Avocado well – a healthy treat of creamy crushed avocados, roma tomatoes, kale, walnut pesto poached eggs on sourdough.

Kith Breakfast ($24.95) is the café’s signature plate of morning comfort, available all day long.

It grants you a couple of options. The bread can be sourdough, gluten-free, multigrain, or brioche. Likewise, you can pick between scrambled, poached, or sunny-side-up eggs.

The standard accompaniments are all present as well. There’s a smoked bratwurst, herby rosemary garlic mushrooms, some crispy bacon, roasted tomatoes, and a handful of mixed greens.

136 Telok Ayer Street Singapore 068601
Opening Hours: 7:30am – 10pm (Mon – Fri), 8:30am – 3:30pm (Sat – Sun)

Sarnies, named after a slang for sandwich ‘sarnies’, is a bustling café in the CBD serving hearty breakfasts, massive salads, homemade bakery treats, coffee, and of course, sandwiches.

Using grass-fed beef and chicken free from hormones and antibiotics, the café promises only fresh, quality ingredients in all its dishes. Even its bacon is cured in-house.

Sarnies’ weekday Breakfast of Champions ($17) might not have an original name, but it is indeed a filling meal. You can choose between a steak or smoked salmon and pair it with scrambled eggs, fresh tomatoes, mesclun greens, and guacamole.

The weekends are all about the Fry-up ($25). Resembling a typical breakfast, it comes with bacon, chorizo, fried potatoes, sautéed mushrooms, and baked beans.

Also included are a generously buttered country sourdough and two fried eggs with runny yolks, of course.

Lola’s Cafe
5 Simon Rd, Singapore 545893
Opening Hours: 10am – 10:30pm (Mon – Fri), 9am – 10:30pm (Sat – Sun)

Residents staying near Hougang should be familiar with Lola’s Café, which is the to-go-to brunch place in that area.

Known for its unpretentious food, it is typically packed with groups of families and friends during the weekends, especially for the brunch hours.

The breakfast menu available from 10am to 3pm includes hearty items of Shakshuka ($16), Crab Cake Benedict ($19), Pulled Pork & Avocado Eggs Benedict ($16), Angus Beef Burger ($18), and Ultimate Croissant ($16)

Lola’s Breakfast ($18) comes in a bowl, giving the classic breakfast plate a unique personality. It comprises scrambled eggs, streaky bacon made using pork belly, sauteed Cajun mushrooms, and pork sausage.

Livening up the presentation, in the end, is a slice of lightly toasted sourdough and some fresh salad greens.

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