Café fare, Asian twist – welcome to Sunday Market
An eclectic mix of eccentric décor and edgy flavours distinguishes this quirky café from the rest. Roam Sunday Market with us today.
Where urban street grunge meets curious flavours
A BAZAAR FOR EVERYTHING LOCAL
Stefan Lim & Zhang Wei Jin / 8 February 2017
If your idea of the perfect weekend brunch is poached eggs, bacon and ham, it’s time to ditch perception and the mundane staple. Our friends at the Sunday Market want to put atypical bistro fare with an intriguing Asian twist on your table – here’s what you must try when you visit.
Crabby Penne ($17)
Singaporeans make the best chilli crab. And the peeps at Sunday Market make the best penne, drenched in the same tangy gravy that seeps into the meat of these renowned stir-fried crab.
The Crabby Penne is a curious blend of penne, crab meat, chili sauce, beaten eggs, baby spinach and cherry tomatoes. Arrives with fried mantou by the side, which you will dip in the gravy for a finger linkin’ good experience.
Rendang Lasagne ($16)
Be pleasantly surprised by the union of familiar rendang and regular lasagne; slow-cooked beef brisket smeared in lemongrass and coconut gravy is wrapped with pasta sheets and mozzarella, then garnished with grated parmigiano to deliver a wonderful sensation of spice and cheese. Portion is big enough for two or three but watch out: every bit will be devoured before you know it.
Bangkok Toast ($11)
Raise a toast to Brioche and complete the meal with dessert. Oven-toasted Brioche might be standard fare but dipping bits of your Cinnamon toast in smooth green tea custard or Thai milk tea ice cream adds a refreshing chill to the palate. A divine affair.
And so, she speaks out
Live like it’s Sunday every day because life is too short to wait for Mondays.
Fenyx Seah, 25, Co-owner
Here’s how to live every day like Sunday
Get in. Eat something. Don’t say bo jio.