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Sunday, February 01, 2015

Sunday Market

Tucked away at the end of a row of shops at Lim Tua Tow Road, one might be forgiven for thinking that Sunday Market was yet another one of the many antique furniture shops that littered the row. 

Yet, the quirky red store front and welcoming glass facade was indeed inviting for any curious passerby. Inside, we were greeted by the most friendly service staff, neatly dressed in their Tiffany colored striped T-Shirts. The furnishings seemed uniquely irregular yet perfectly suited to the overall theme of the cafe.

We were excited, famished and ready to try the food!

Sunday Market - Tables
Quirky Interior


Sunday Market - Dessert Counter
Dessert Counter

Tender loving care ($15.90)

Sunday Market's version of the English Breakfast. Scrambled eggs, Buttery Brioche, Ham, Hash Brown, Chicken Sausages and a side of Mesclun Salad. Aside from the relatively decent price, the dish was nothing to shout about - the ham and sausages were dry. Overall, it was a tad too oily (as you can see from the picture).

Sunday Market, Tender Loving Care

Chicken Little ($11.90)

Uniquely combining savory and sweet, this dish marries fried chicken and waffles, two of my favourite food!. Unfortunately, because both the waffles and fried chicken were relatively dry, it become quite difficult to finish.

Sunday Market - Chicken Little
Chicken Little

Coffee - Flat White ($5.00)

No meal is complete with a nice cup of coffee! The flat white we ordered was alright. In fact, there was a slight tartness to the coffee. It pretty much summed up our brunch. We could give it an A for effort, but somehow the food and drinks did not really live up to expectations.

Sunday Market - Flat White
Flat White

We were left slightly disappointed as the food is hit-and-miss. Although we really wanted to try the famed "Thai Milk Tea Ice Cream" and "Bangkok Toast", the main courses were more than enough for our stomachs. Perhaps if given another opportunity, we would make our way down just for desserts.

Located At:
22 Lim Tua Tow Road
Nearest MRT Station: Serangoon