Baked Eggs at Strangers' Reunion
Baked Eggs or some variant of Shakshuka have been popping up on Brunch menus a lot these days. I'm not complaining as I love Shakshuka!Baked Eggs in Shakshuka with Homemade Goat's Cheese, Dukkah & Toast @ S$ 17 S$ 19.50 if you add Salami * Available on the All-Day Breakfast Menu from 9 am to 6 pm
I recently tried the Baked Eggs in Shakshuka at Strangers' Reunion. Unfortunately, I probably got the kitchen on a bad morning as the eggs and salami were overdone. Nonetheless, I loved the earthy flavour of the warm spices used in the Dukkah (an Egyptian Spice Mix), the creamy goat's cheese and the crusty toast that accompanied the combination. J tried some of my Baked Eggs but wasn't too hot on the Dukkah, I guess it's an acquired taste.Buttermilk Waffles with Artisan Greek Yoghurt & Fresh Fruits
J preferred the Buttermilk Waffles that I'd recommended. I have yet to find a place that serves better waffles than the ones at Strangers Reunion. The waffles are consistently good everytime I visit, a rarity as consistency is so hard to come by at many food establishments in Singapore these days. If you have to pick just one item, the Waffles are a Must-Try!
Read my previous review here: http://www.superfinefeline.com/2013/01/waffles-latte-strangers-reunion.htmlhttps://www.facebook.com/StrangersReunion?fref=ts Operating Hours: Sunday & Monday: 9 am to 10 pm Tuesday: Closed Wednesday & Thursday: 9 am to 10 pm Friday & Saturday: 9 am to midnight