Monday, 28 December 2015

Long time favourite classic English brunch - Singapore Blogger

As my usual routine, I will wake up early in the morning and take my breakfast after the run. However today I met up with Alison and ended our session at a later time close to 11am, it was too late to have our breakfast so she decided to bring me to this English brunch.

Light English Breakfast / German Sausage
The Light English Breakfast is suitable for people who likes to have different choices of food in one plate. It is not too heavy and the portion is just right to fill me up. It consist of crispy streaky bacon, juicy bratwurst sausage, baked beans, eggs, grilled tomato and toast with jam and butter. The combination was perfect! 

Eggs Benedict 
Eggs Benedict is my favourite. A good eggs benedict very much depends on the eggs. It should be cooked to the right texture with the egg yolk flowing out upon slicing apart. Jacob’s Cafe did not fail me. The sesame bun was fragrant and crispy, topped with honey baked bacon, the poached eggs sits nicely is drizzled with their home-made hollandaise sauce and mesclun with balsamic dressing. 

Pancakes with Bacon & Sausages Breakfast
Alison ordered this dish and I had a fair bit to try. The pancakes are fluffy and moist, having it together with bacon, old English sausage, eggs with maple syrup and butter makes it all good. 

Roast Chicken & Bacon with Mango Wrap
Roast Chicken & Bacon with Mango Wrap 
The fist bite was gratifying! You will know why once you tried it yourself. There are lots of ingredients wrapped up all in one. Lettuce, tomato, cucumber,carrot, streaky bacon, mango and roast chicken. The taste was luscious as they cleverly included sweet mango in which refreshes my tastebuds.

Lavacake with Ice Cream
Overall the meal was good considering that it is comfort food and I can taste that each dish is prepared with ample effort. 

Jacob's Cafe
Address : Blk 5, Changi Village Road #01-2049 Singapore 500005.
Tel : +65 6542 7500

Watch my video to find out more about the taste of the dishes and some other dishes which I would like to recommend in my video.

19 comments:

  1. Eggs Benedict is come from heaven!

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  2. The lavacake looks very different from the ones I've tried before. Wonder how it taste like

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  3. The English breakfast quite nostalgic...brings me back to the times I spent in London

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  4. I really want to try eggs benedict! How much was it?

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  5. Make me feel like trying everything! But I think it's gonna leave a huge hole in my wallet

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  6. Always up for a good eggs benedict!

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  7. Looking forward to try the lava cake and eggs benedict! Look at the egg yolk flowing out...absolutely heavenly!

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  8. Everything looks amazing but too bad I stay in the west. Well, I guess it's time to journey to the east ;)

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  9. Another awesome cafe to add to my brunch list. Eggs benedict definitely come out on top!

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  10. Looks like a very apt brunch place! I mean seriously, it's a sin not to devour those eggs benedict!

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  11. I'm drooling all over my laptop now! Btw that's a lot of food after running a marathon haha

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  12. The eggs benedict looks godly! Love it especially when I see the yolk flow out

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  14. Eggs Benedict, the best thing i ever sen today

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  15. The Eggs Benedict is so cute. . That's epic pic. All of it. xoxo

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  16. How much it cost for having dinner here ohh? All looks so yummy!!

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  17. Roast Chicken & Bacon with Mango Wrap looks very healthy, I want to try this someday.

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  18. This is just like "dream breakfast" perfect!

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