Friday, 28 August 2015

FYR Cycene Ond Drinc Weekend Brunch Menu

Unlike the other cafes out there, the weekend brunch menu at FYR features unique brunch offerings that are not commonly seen in other establishments. Nestled in the central business district, FYR purveys modern European grills enlivened by Southeast Asian spices. An ideal spot for spending the weekend brunch with your friends and family at affordable pricing, including coffee and cocktails.

Besides coffee and juices, there is also a selection of iced tea to pick from to beat the humid weather. We had the Hibiscus Mint $4.50 and Ginger Lemongrass $4.50.

FYR weekend brunch menu, all cuisines are made with Josper Wood Charcoal Oven, the chefs uses lychee wood to infuse the dishes with a smoky note.

Apart from mains, small bites are available to share between friends and family such as this Grilled Squid $12. This pillowy tender squid is tossed with tumeric, garlic, crispy onion and lime leaves. I personally find this divine, the fried garlic aroma boost the overall dish while the tumeric balance it with a zest of sour taste.

Another alternative besides the squid, you can opt for Skillet-roasted Escargot $12, which is cooked with tumeric and lemongrass and served together with toasted bread. I personally prefer the grilled squid.

Another item in the small bites menu, relish the comforting sweetness of the Yam & Sweet Potato Fries $8. The taste of which is heightened by cheese sauce and tomato salsa. A prefect item for sharing among groups, 2 huge baskets of fries at 8 bucks is absolutely a steal.

Moving on to mains, here we have is the Baked Beef Hash $18. The traditional dish gets a sophisticated spin. The enticing ribeye comes with corned beef as well as spring onion crepe. Similar to the Shakshuka - corned beef, chopped tomato and egg in a skillet tomato sauce.

Essentially, it's a humble and comforting dish. It's an excellent dish for sharing, as the size of this skillet is decent enough to be shared with other sides. And for some reason, this garners oohs and aahs at my table.

Another alternative to choose if you can't take beef, Baked Java Curry Chicken Ragout $15. The chicken stew is spiked by the flavours of kidney beans, sweet corn as well as coriander. Served with spring onion crepe, this can be used to soak up the gravy. I would say go for beef hash if you can!

While meat lovers can go for Grilled Steak & Eggs $28 which stars a striploin cooked to medium rare depending on your preference. This glorious slab of meat is then accompanied by toasted bread and a perfect sunny side up. The meat is tender and juicy, sounds like a perfect brunch dish.

Here is another unique mains that is not commonly seen elsewhere, Baked Blinis $15. Blinis is a popular traditional dish in Europe and I bet you guys will rub your hands with glee to this. It is a thick pancake made with yeasted butter served together with avruga caviar, grated bottarga and grilled salmon. Interesting mix as avruga caviar and grated bottarga is a european condiments and is not commonly found locally.

Besides the Party Detox Basket $10 which allows you to whip up your very own version of Bloody Mary, you can opt for one of the most favourite cocktails for brunch - My Hot Vino Tinto $10. It is a refreshing red wine-based cocktail infuse with orange, apple and cinnamon.

What's a meal without desserts right? We end off with FYR's best-selling dessert with Baked Pistachio Melt & Pandan Ice Cream $10. My second time having this and still never fails to satisfy my sweet tooth. The combination of rum in this lava cake and pandan ice cream makes this indulgent dessert a tour de force.

The key highlight was the pandan ice cream, it is made in house which take 24 hours to prepare it. It is one of the best pandan ice cream I had till date. Trust me when I say you must not leave FYR without trying this.

House blend coffee is available for brunch too, all coffees are freshly brewed using the premium La Marzocco Espresso machine. I have to say the weekend brunch menu at FYR features unique brunch offerings that are not commonly served elsewhere and is gentle on the wallet. Interesting vibe here at FYR, don't forget that brunch is available every Saturday & Sunday from 9am-330pm.

FYR Cycene Ond Drinc
19 Boon Tat Street
Singapore 069616
Tel: 6221 3703
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri: 11am-11pm
Saturday: 9pm-11pm
Sunday: 9am-4pm

*This was an invited media tasting.

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