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Barracks Cafe

Restaurants, Fusion Tanglin
5 out of 5 stars
(1user review)

Time Out says

It’s good to have a little padding, especially when it’s at no extra charge – the folks over at vintage-furnitured Barracks have added onto their menu a not-so-skinny pizza: a fuller, chewier 150g base that comes in 13 combinations. We like the salami and pesto ($24) – a warm scatter of spicy Italian salami, roasted capsicum, French goat cheese, green olives and fresh basil. If you’re there for brunch, look for the new additions: the simple asparagus and poached eggs ($18) with brioche croutons is satisfying and semi healthy. If holding back is over-rated, there’s a good selection of ice creams and the decadent berry-stuffed French toast ($19).

Pizzas $20-$27; brunch $18-$21.Barracks is located in House at Dempsey Hill.

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Address: 8D Dempsey Road
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11am-2.30pm, 6-11.15pm , Sat-Sun 11am-11.15pm , Brunch Sat & Sun 11am-4pm , trunch [tea and lunch] 2.30-6pm
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5 out of 5 stars

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I visited House on Dempsey on my first day in Singapore, which just so happened to be a Sunday. Therefore, Brunch was a must. We arrived around 12ish and didn't have to queue. We chose to sit outside (the only table to do so - classic Brits) and spent a few minutes browsing the menu and marvelling at the jungle-like view. The menu hosts every brunch favourite you could think of, and then some. Their fries menu was one of the first things we noticed - a strange and intriguing vartiety of fries made and topped with different things. We decided to share a portion of pumpkin fries (move over sweet potato, their's a new root in town!) topped with hazelnut, paprika and chili! These were absolutely INCREDIBLE and i'm desperate to try and recreate them at home now. They were thick, hot and sweet. And we convince ourselves they were healthy too.

The fries were to share, but there was no way I was going to share my main dish which was fluffy brioche french toast topped with cream and berries and served as a sweet morning masterpiece! On the side I had a watermelon and pineapple based smoothie, and I readily guzzled it all down together.

We absolutely adored our brunch, though word to the wise - don't sit outside unless you're covered in mosquito repellant. I was, but my friends weren't... and they were eaten alive! I'd love to go back again... those fries are worth a 13 hour flight!