Some weekends though when I am exhausted from work and I feel like sleeping in and the hubby don't feel like cooking too, we just head to the nearest mall to enjoy the breakfast offerings from known fast-food chains. After all, weekends are made for indulgence. We eat home-cooked meals on weekdays so it's alright to give in to outside food once in a while.
I have to say though that eating the same breakfast offering from a fast-food chain every time we eat out can get very boring. I would love to bring my family to kid-friendly cafes that offer delectable brunch sets but the food price is not very forgiving on the pocket, plus the kids always end up not being able to finish their own food so I find it impractical.
Best solution? Affordable breakfast meals meant for sharing!
The Manhattan Fish Market must have heard parents' sentiments similar to mine that they came up with hearty breakfast sets meant for sharing with your family. The best part is, their all-new weekend breakfast offerings are on par with some of the all-day breakfast menu you see from hipster cafes. Think Eggs Benedict and Smoked Salmon!
Don't believe it? Here, see it for yourself!
1) Eggs Benedict Sharing Platter ($17.95)
*Alternative for this meal: Smoked Salmon Sharing Platter ($17.95)
2) Glory Fish Tower ($7.95)
*Alternative for this meal: Big Brekkie Delight ($9.95)
3) Salmon 'n Mushroom Sandwich ($8.95)
*Alternative for this meal: The Berry Happy Pancake ($7.95)
Other choices include:
- Marshmallow Cocoa - $3..90
- Cappuccino - $3.90
- Latte - $3.90
- Black Coffee - $2
- Tea (English Breakfast, Earl Grey, Chamomile or Peppermint) - $2
- Causeway Point, #02-34/K1
- Century Square, #01-31
- Bishan Junction 8, #01-22/30
- Northpoint, #02-06/07
- Jurong Point, #01-32
Disclaimer: We were invited to try The Manhattan Fish Market's all-new weekend breakfast offering for the purpose of this review. No other monetary compensation was received and all opinions plus drool worthy photos are our own.