For Food & Service That Always Delivers – Weekend Brunch at Adrift by David Myers

Easily one of our favorite restaurants in Singapore, Adrift by David Myers has never once fallen short of delivering – both in terms of food, and service. Throughout our countless visits, service is top notch, with great food to boot. Weekend brunch is a semi-buffet of salads, house-made sweet and savory breads, international seafood, cheese and charcuterie; and then there are the mains, and dessert.

Adrift by David Myers, Marina Bay Sands

Adrift by David Myers - Dining Room - Review by Gourmet Adventures

Weekend brunch at at Adrift by David Myers

Sunday Brunch - Adrift by David Myers - Review by Gourmet Adventures

Making a statement of brunch, the Adrift benedict is enough reason for return. Grilled rice cakes with just the right crisp and density arrive with a wobbly onsen egg perched atop, a sunshine of hollandaise glaze betraying a whiff of miso while thick stripes of charred bacon sit alluringly beside. We daresay it is most possibly the best version of eggs benny we’ve had in Singapore.

Adrift benedict at Adrift by David Myers

Adrift Eggs Benedict - Sunday Brunch - Adrift by David Myers - Review by Gourmet Adventures

Nearly everything on the menu at Adrift is a must-order: yuzu ricotta pancakes so fluffy it could contest Clinton St. Baking Company’s, accompanied with vanilla persimmons and azuki bean ice cream gone darkly sweet with yuzu honey; crispy deep fried chicken and sweet potato waffle stained with maple-umeboshi syrup – the perfect marriage of sweet and savory, darkly bronzed and glistening, an unctuous crush of effortless perfection that nearly makes us forget of everything we had before.

Yuzu ricotta pancakes at Adrift by David Myers

Adrift Yuzu Ricotta Pancakes - Sunday Brunch - Adrift by David Myers - Review by Gourmet Adventures

But there is more. We mustn’t forget the buckwheat crepe, with a stunningly glorious egg glowing like the perfect orb of golden yolk that it is, so precise that we’re almost afraid to break its gentle exterior. But we do – with a mix of anticipation and excitement. Out pours forth a cascading golden river of rich, creamy yolk, its earthy savoriness finding acceptance amid the subtle sweetness of the chewy crêpe, its myriad of flavors and textures blending together harmoniously like the tune to our favorite song, wrapping us in its warm embrace. As the flavors wrap around our tongue, we can’t help but smile. You will too.

Buckwheat crepe at Adrift by David Myers

Adrift Buckwheat Crêpe - Sunday Brunch - Adrift by David Myers - Review by Gourmet Adventures

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Adrift by David Myers, Marina Bay Sands, Hotel Lobby Tower 2, 10 Bayfront Ave., 6688-5657. Brunch menu is available Sat-Sun noon-3pm. $88 without drinks; 158 with free flow champagne, beer, selected cocktails and wines.

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    […] Easily one of our favorite restaurants in Singapore, Adrift by David Myers has never once fallen short of delivering – both in terms of food, and service. Throughout our countless visits, service is top notch, with great food to boot. Making a statement of brunch, the Adrift benedict is enough reason for return. Grilled rice cakes with just the right crisp and density arrive with a wobbly onsen egg perched atop, a sunshine of hollandaise glaze betraying a whiff of miso while thick stripes of charred bacon sit alluringly beside. We daresay it is most possibly the best version of eggs benny we’ve had in Singapore. Read more […]

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