Looking for something outside of hipster cafes for your brunch fix? The answer might just be at your favourite bars – hear us out! Harry’s, a renowned sports bar you can easily find at any corner of Singapore, is expanding their menu to satisfy your weekend brunch needs.
What can you find on Harry’s brunch menu?
Kick off the weekend by sitting the family down for a hefty brunch to keep you going for the whole day. For starters, you can never go wrong with a classic Eggs Benedict (S$15++). The dish features two beautifully poached eggs sandwiched between an English muffin with a choice of ham or smoked salmon. To top it off, they are drizzled with a rich dollop of hollandaise sauce. A handful of fresh and crisp greens rounds off this perfect example of a solid brunch.
In other news, Harry’s gave a twist to the good ‘ol sunny side up eggs in Harry’s Fry Up (S$13++). Added to the mix are marinated cherry tomatoes, grilled button mushrooms, and sweet pea. The charcoal toast served on the side lets you mop up all that yolky goodness after each bite.
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Heavy brunch for a healthy bunch
For those who want more bite and crunch in their proteins, the Crispy Chicken Waffle (S$17++) is the surefire pleaser. The chicken has been brined and marinated with the same secret spice used in Harry’s Signature Wings to give you an authentic Harry’s dish. If you’ve got high tolerance for spice, dip it into a mix of Sriracha sauce and maple syrup for an extra kick.
Finally, for the ravenous souls, eat like a winner when you order the Breakfast of Champions (S$19++) . This is one superb combination of Italian Pork Chipolata, grilled tomatoes, sautéed mushrooms and baked beans that brings out intense flavours and satisfaction. This dish is completed with a side toasted brioche bun and green salad.
Other brunch menu items feature must-try specials such as the Croque Madame (S$17++), Harry’s version of a simple yet scrumptious meal of eggs and toast. People craving sweets in the morning can opt for Berries French Toast (S$15++), a mix of raspberries and blueberries, drizzled with chocolate. Or would you rather chomp down on waffles of the savoury kind? Harry’s Beef Patty Waffle (S$20++) is made of a juicy beef wagyu patty, bacon, cheese, and eggs, complemented with spiced fries on the side.