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6235 1613
Inspired by the bistros and cafe in the heart of business districts in New York, London and Sydney, ERWIN's Gastrobar spares no punches to dish out the best of food, wines, beers, cocktails and more sumptuous and thirst quenching choices for a good time at great value! continue reading
Opening Hours
08:00 - 23:30
Mon - Fri
08:00 - 23:30
Sat - Sun
10:00 - 00:00
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
Review (1)
This restaurant has just opened at Valley Point which underwent major renovations recently.They have another outlet which is located at MBFC.As it was a weekend, they had a weekend brunch menu.My lunch group had the following:- English Breakfast: $18 - Fried Eggs, Bacon, Mini Bratwursts, hash brown, button mushrooms, grilled tomato and smoky baked beans. You get everything that's cooked together in a frying pan, just like how you will cook it at home.- Smoked Salmon: $16 - Scrambled Eggs with cut cmoked salmon, goat cheese and green pesto on thick cut toast. Ladies will love this, cos its healthy!- Breakfast Roll with Sausage, Egg and Bacon: $9 - This was my favorite dish of all. It has all my favorite things: sausage, crambled eggs and bacon! I loved the scrambled eggs which was well done and eaten with the bacon, it was heavenly.- Brunch Beef Burger: $19 - Fried Egg, Bacon, Avocado, Chipotle mayo, Rocket and Onion Chutney - This was very good. The beef patty was thick and juicy. The avocado added a nice flavour to the burger. The burger stands at about 7cm tall. The fries were hand cut and nicely fried.- Banana Caramel Waffle: $8 - Freshly baked waffle with Honeycomb toffee ice cream, chocolate sauce and toasted almonds. Hot waffles that went well with the ice cream.What I like about the food portions is that the portions are good-sized and very filling.The restaurant sells wines by the bottle. But what stands out here are wines from the barrel. They have 3 different wines from Veneto, Italy:- Pinot Grigio, Montelvini- Prosecco Giera, Montelvini- Merlot-Carbenet, MontelviniI ordered the Pinot Grigio (white wine) and the Merlot-Carbenet (red wine). The wines tasted fresh and definitely value for money, if you order by the carafe. A 750ml carafe cost $46.80, compared to $50 - 70 per bottle of wine.Happy Hour prices for the wines (till 9pm): Glass at $9.80, Carafes: 375ml @ $23.80, 750ml @ $46.80 and 1.2litre @ $72.80They also have Paulaner beer on draught.Highly Recommended! continue reading
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