Now that Kate goes to school for an extra hour, my mornings have become more productive.
Previously, she was in school for 3 hours and I barely had enough time to commute, do what I needed to do, and rush back to pick her on time.
Now, I drop her off at 8.30am and get to enjoy a proper breakfast with my mummy friends or have casual meetings over breakfast for the new projects I’m working on.
|Nassim Hill Bakery|
I’ve been meaning to try this cafe for quite a while now as it opens early at 8am and is conveniently located at Tanglin road.
I brought #1 along to my breakfast meeting as she is on term break and she remembers this place as the ‘treehouse cafe’ which they loved going to when they were younger.
|Eggs Benedict $19|
They have a wide selection of egg items on their menu and it is good to know that they use antibiotic and hormone-free eggs.
Our food came fast and their presentation is good and portions generous.
Somehow though, I expected the pancakes to be fluffier.
|Cheddar Cheese Bacon Waffles $19|
#1 was adventurous and went for the Cheddar cheese waffles, but found the cheese flavour a little too overwhelming.
Their steak and eggs plate is what I call a hearty breakfast to start the day!
Brings to mind my late aunt who used to advice us to “Breakfast like a King, lunch like a Prince and dine like a pauper”.
|Steak and Eggs $23|
It was nice and quiet when we arrived at 9am and the crowd picked up just before lunch.
I’ve found an unpretentious cafe to add to the list of ‘after school-drop-off breakfast options’.
Nassim Hill Bakery
56 Tanglin Road
Tanglin Post Office