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New Menu: Two Brunch Dishes We’re Excited About

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IF YOU’VE BEEN READING our blog, you might wonder why we’ve been dwelling on breakfast lately. Here’s why: we’re launching our new menu at our All Day Dining concepts! The new menu features a great selection of brunch items. Here’s a closer look at two brunch dishes we’re excited about.


Green Baby Pancakes

green baby pancakes

Start your morning with our tasty savoury Green Baby Pancakes! This dish comes topped with an egg, homemade spring onion yoghurt and dukkah. Our pancakes are made with these healthy veggies:

Broccoli – High in fibre, and known to help reduce inflammation, this vegetable greatly benefits your digestion and immune system. It also aids in detoxing your body and reducing cholesterol.

Pinto beans – When dried, these beans look like little painted canvases, hence their name “pinto”, which means “painted” in Spanish. They are a great source of cholesterol-lowering fibre, and their high fibre content prevents your blood sugar from rising too fast after a meal.

Avocado – While containing mostly carbs, this fruit is high in healthy fats and prized for its high nutrient value. Avocados are also high in potassium (more than bananas!), which regulates our fluid levels and nerve and muscle functions.


Kale and Sweet Potato Hash

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With this dish, we serve a pair of fried eggs on top of a bed of curly kale, sauteed mushrooms and sweet potato hash. Dressed with vegetarian furikake and sriracha ketchup for an Asian twist, this dish will fill you up and give you a much needed boost for the morning. Some benefits from this healthy veggies include:

Kale – Research has shown kale to be one of the most nutrient dense foods on the planet, given its incredibly low calorie content. Kale is also packed with antioxidants which help counteract oxidative damage by free radicals in the body.

Sweet potatoes – Nutritious and high in fibre, these tubers are also rich in the antioxidant, beta-carotene, which raises blood levels of vitamin A. Compared to regular potatoes, they have a lower glycemic index and contains more fibre.

Available now!

Great news! Our brunch menu will be available at our All Day Dining outlets from 7 March. If you can’t wait till then, head on down to our Great World City outlet to try our new brunch items today! Stay tuned as we continue to highlight our best from our newly launched menu.