Food For Thought (Queen Street)
Sunday is perfect for brunch and I met up with my lovely cousin a few weeks back for brunch at Food For Thought. This outlet at Queen Street has a really simple and interesting layout and it is always serving to a full house, especially during weekends or public holiday.
I remembered when we were here the previous time, it was a public holiday and we were told to wait for 1 hour 30 mins. But we were too hungry so we settled for Victor’s Kitchen instead. This time, we were told that the average waiting time was 40mins. Thankfully, we only waited for 15 mins and we got our seats.
We started with crispy french fries are flavored with Rosemary Garlic ($5). Nothing much to rave about, but I prefer the white truffle fries at The Tastings Room.
Food For Thought serves all day breakfast at a reasonable price. Full Works ($18) comes in a generous portion which includes scrambled eggs, bacon, garlic mushrooms, chunky chicken sausages, hash browns, toasted brioche with thyme tomato salad. I like the garlic mushrooms and scrambled eggs but the other finger food had nothing much for me to shout about.
Hoisin Har Cheong Baby Back Ribs ($24) is well executed. The hoisin har cheong sauce on baby back ribs is tasty and the ribs are tender and meaty.
I like the cosy atmosphere in the restaurant, I will be back to try their dinner menu.
Food For Thought
Address: 8 Queen Street
Tel: +65 6338 9887