Hyde & Co is revamping its brunch menu in 2016. Gone are the the pulled pork and the bagels and in comes pulled beef and ondeh ondeh french toast and yes, Hyde is going Halal! Looking for a new Halal place for brunch? This might be it.
Hyde's Pulled Beef Brisket Man Tou (S$10) is very similar to its previous pulled pork version. A tad sweet and compliments well with the crisp deep fried man tous. Good for sharing in a group.
If you're keen for a heavier portion, Hyde's Big Ben ($17) or the Rendang Beef Cheek Pasta ($18) will be your best bet to satisfy your hungry belly. A fan of local flavours? The Beef Rendang is a mix of local taste with Italian pasta. We really loved this dish.
The Big Ben is essentially a brioche toast topped with poached eggs, truffle mushroom and turkey bacon.
Keen for more? How does Har Cheong Kai Waffle ($17) sound? This portion is good to be shared and you can playfully pour the honey sauce on your waffle and even get to poke the yolk of that perfectly fried egg. I didn't relate much to the fries though.
For desserts, Hyde is introducing its latest creation - Ondeh Ondeh French Toast ($12). Another attempt to mix local flavours and traditional brunch items together, it got it probably right if you're a fan of the pandan flavour.
overall review: shauneeie4hands: So thinking of a place to brunch this weekend? You can consider Hyde & Co as your next gathering with friends over a good meal. The new dishes in a way has more thought into it and the flavours are definitely more tuned and relatable to the local palate.
Hyde & Co.
785 North Bridge Rd
nearby mrt: bugis
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