Bridge is a contemporary modern European cafe / restaurant.bar located right opposite Raffles Hotel Singapore. They have been around for quite awhile now, but the recent salted egg yolk croissant craze in Singapore has put them back on the radar. We decided to pay this cafe a second visit to see how their Salted Egg Lava Croissant fared amongst the rest and revisited their menu.
The Lobster – lobster, scrambled eggs, baby spinach, bacon, mesclun with truffle honey vinaigrette
This was a highly recommended dish and the selling point was the freshness of the lobsters which were directly imported to ensure best quality. We find that the rest of the items in the dish kinda overpowered the freshness of the lobster, but eaten on its own it was amazing!
Bridge Benedict – homemade brioche muffin, Black Forest ham, bacon, cherry vine tomatoes, poached eggs, champagne hollandaise, sabaco, mesclun with truffle honey vinaigrette
We personally prefer our eggs benedict with a more zesty taste and this was our only complaint. Though we were not blown away by this dish, it was still a fine brunch option.
62 Degrees Celcius Egg – sous vide egg, truffle mash potato, sautéed wild mushrooms, chicken jus, proscuitto di parma, sourdough, seasonal truffle slices
Sous vide is a method of cooking in which food is sealed in an airtight plastic bags before being placed in a water bath or a temperature controlled steam environment for a longer than normal cooking time. This allows the food item to be cooked evenly with moisture retained. (Source)
Another highly recommended dish by the service crew. A generous serving of juicy wild mushrooms were chopped to bite size and, coupled with the prosciutto, truffle mash and runny egg, forms a beautiful medley on our tongues! This dish is perfect for them mushroom lovers.
And finally, the Salted Egg Lava Croissant – a new item on the menu thanks to the salted egg yolk trend in Singapore. We were pretty bummed by the lack of salted egg lava oozing out of the croissant, unlike the typical Liu Sha Bao that everyone loves. The buttery croissant also overpowered the salted egg yolk custard taste. We hope that the chef will continue to improve the taste of this item to better compete in the salted egg yolk croissant race! Full review here.
Some other items on the menu that might interest you:
Bridge Cafe Singapore
Address: 31 Seah Street, Singapore 188387
Telephone number: 6333 4453
Tuesdays to Thursdays: 3:00pm – 11:00pm
Fridays: 3:00pm – 1:00am
Saturdays: 11:00am – 1:00am
Sundays: 11:00am – 5:00pm
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