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2015-05-20 39 views
Start the weekend right with the new brunch menu offering at Procacci! Located at the Customs House, near Raffles Place, Procacci started serving Saturday brunch in May 2015, with various Italian-inspired plates of goodness. Choose between dining indoor in the posh atmosphere, or al fresco style right opposite the iconic Marina Bay Sands.Pollo Griglito ($20)Bacon can never go wrong, especially for brunch! Alongside the crispy bacon are grilled chicken breast, sunny side up, Ciabatta toast and a
Bacon can never go wrong, especially for brunch! Alongside the crispy bacon are grilled chicken breast, sunny side up, Ciabatta toast and a grilled tomato. A very standard yet delicious combination. Thumbs up for the eggs that were done perfectly. Uova Strapazatte con Funghi ($20)
If you prefer saute mushrooms and scrambled eggs, do go for this! Enjoy the freshness of the mushrooms together with saute spinach and the Rustica toast. Fritattate al Tartufo ($22)
Egg frittata and truffle cream with Ciabatta toast. Definitely my favourite (because, truffle) of the Procacci brunch menu! A must-order for any truffle lovers. The truffle taste is quite significant and yet not overpowering. Fumo Salmone ($20)
Smoked salmon lovers, this is for you! A good quality smoked salmon served with sunny side up, ricotta cheese and ciabatta toast. My second favourite! Salsiccia Italiano ($26)
Grilled spicy Italian sausages with sunny side up, this dish is lifted by the Arrabbiata sauce that adds some sweetness through the tomato. Uovo Benedetto (22)
A classic Eggs Benedict with hollandaise sauce. Served with streaks of bacon. Another combination that should be welcomed by many. Procacci Delizia ($30)
The 'big brother' of Procacci's brunch menu. Served on a huge oval plate, it includes mortadella, parma ham, taleggio cheese, scrambled eggs and rustic toast. Lovely proteins as well as the warm melty cheese. A really huge portion and might even be suitable for two. Procacci gave us a pleasant surprise with the literal 'pop'! Prosecco wine from Antinori Wineyard, which is owned by Procacci. A sweet sparkling wine that completes the whole brunch affair we had. Satisfied my recent craving for a good brunch!
Top up $35 to enjoy a free flow of Prosecco wine, Peroni beer, soft drinks and juices. For non-alcoholics, free flow of soft drinks and juices at $15.
There is a promotion going on where you can enjoy them at only $25 (instead of $35)!
Brunch at Procacci is only available on Saturdays, 11am to 2.30pm. Vegetarian options available for certain dishes, upon request. Many thanks to Openrice Singapore and Procacci for hosting us to this marvellous brunch! Definitely an excellent place to head down on Saturdays!