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Sacha & Sons

Restaurants, Jewish Orchard
4 out of 5 stars
(1user review)
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Time Out says

New York-style Jewish deli

This deli specialises in smoked pastrami, corned beef and roast beef sandwiches, served with mustard on your choice of rye, bagel or brioche ($16-$30). The Matzo Brei – a Jewish dish made with crisp biscuit of unleavened bread and fried with eggs – comes sweet ($10) and savoury ($12). Latkes – potato and onion pancakes – are also available, with apple sauce and sour cream ($10), smoked salmon or raw salmon with sour cream ($16), and pastrami and hollandaise sauce ($16) as toppings.



Address: #03-02 Mandarin Gallery
333A Orchard Road
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 11am-3pm & 5pm-8.30pm; Fri 11am-3pm & 5-9.30pm; Sat-Sun 9am-9.30pm
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This was quite possibly my most enjoyable experience eating a bagel. I thought that everything about the bagels at Sacha & Sons were excellent. Firstly, they were toasted perfectly - still bread-y on the inside and with a lovely crisp outer edge. Second, they tasted freshly made, not stale at all! Lastly, I liked that we were given poppyseed bagels rather than plain bagels - it was something different and the seeds added another layer of crunch to the bagels.

I ordered the bagel with cream cheese and hot smoked salmon, capers and onions in my scrambled eggs. It didn't take long for our orders to arrive after we placed them at the counter, which was much appreciated as we were rather hungry and most ready to have brunch. My friend had the bagel with cream cheese and egg white scrambled eggs.

I liked that the cream cheese was actually flavoured with garlic and herbs and then also presented in a small dish by the side rather than pre-spread onto the bagel. I am not a fan of when the latter is done because it makes my bagel soggy and harder to peel apart with my hands.

As for the hot smoked salmon, capers and onion scrambled eggs, it was also delicious. The portion size was huge - in fact, I couldn't finish it even though I was pretty hungry. They were well seasoned and the hot smoked salmon added an additional salty edge to the scrambled eggs. I liked that they were also still a little runny instead of well done, as it can be quite unpleasant to eat well cooked scrambled eggs in my opinion.

This was my first time dining at Sacha & Sons and I was pretty impressed. Given that it was a public holiday and that we had no reservation, my friend and I did not have to wait long at all before being seated around 11:30AM. Albeit, we were given counter/bar seating, but it was still a pleasant place to be put.

I thought the atmosphere of the restaurant was great too - it's not too big but it had its own unique charm. It was unlike other brunch cafés that I've been to before in Singapore and the staff were lovely. We were greeted right away by the hostess, seated promptly and told how to place our orders at the counter, where you also pay first. I liked this concept because it allows you to leave after you've finished your meal without having to worry about dealing with the bill - I found it more efficient, especially during peak periods.

I would like to return to try some of their other variations of bagels. My favourite way to have bagels is actually with cream cheese on the side and fresh smoked salmon or gravlax. Their brunch menu and regular menu also included some other dishes such as Latkes and sweet and savoury omelettes. Definitely a recommended eatery to try if you're a fan of bagels and in general to try out for brunch!