[Closing] If New York pancakes are your thing, Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant which is a famed American breakfast institution should be a familiar name.

Hailing from Lower East Side New York, it has an outlet in Singapore at Purvis Street, of walking distance from Bugis MRT station.

After 7 years in Singapore, the Singapore outlet has announced that it will be closing soon, and the last day of service will be on 30 Aug 2022 (Tues).

On a “notice of closure” on its Facebook, the team would like to thank customers for their patronage and support over the past 7 years.

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.

If you usually have a sweet tooth, I would recommend the Pancakes with Warm Maple Butter ($21), which have been voted twice as the best in the city by New York Magazine.

These pancakes come with a choice of blueberries, 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.

It is also known for its Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Vanilla Buttermilk Waffle ($19), which would come drizzled with the warm maple butter served on crispy Belgian vanilla buttermilk waffle.

Clinton Street’s other popular dish is the breakfast plate which 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.

Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant
31 Purvis Street Singapore 188608
Opening Hours: 8am – 4pm (Mon, Wed – Fri), 8am – 5pm (Sat – Sun)

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