Plentyfull, an all-day dual concept restaurant cum gourmet grocer located at Millenia Walk, serves up tasty, wholesome meals made from scratch using the freshest seasonal produce sourced both locally and internationally.
On weekdays, the restaurant offers hearty breakfast options from 8am to 11am. Mid-day meals are served on a market table luncheon spread where diners can mix and match their meals by selecting a base (e.g. Brown Rice with Quinoa), one protein (e.g. Thai Roasted Chicken with Garlic & Cilantro) and two sides (e.g. Mushroom Ragout) for $17+, or three sides for $19+. By night, the restaurant transforms into a modern brasserie with an ala carte menu of season-inspired dishes and classic tipples with a twist.
On weekends, Plentyfull dishes out hearty brunch options from 10.30am to 5pm. Below are some of the items from the weekend brunch menu that we have tried.
Fried Organic Eggs & Kin Yan Mushrooms on Sourdough Toast ($16) with lashings of tangy burnt scallion yogurt, shavings of pecorino and fresh cress.
Plum Salted Tomatoes, Haloumi & Avocado on Sourdough Toast ($16) – Crisp sourdough toast spread liberally with mashed Balmoral avocado and topped with juicy, tangy house-made plum salted tomatoes and cubes of haloumi.
Indonesian Chicken Porridge ($10) – My top pick among those we’ve tried from Plentyfull’s brunch menu. A hearty bowl of piping hot porridge served with tender slices of chicken roulade, spring onions, fried shallots, shredded ginger and topped with a sous vide egg because everything tastes better with egg. My kind of comfort (brunch) food.
Order a side of crispy Grilled House-Smoked Bacon ($6) or Grilled House-made Duck Sausage Patty ($6) to go along with the chicken porridge. I prefer the former as the smoky bacon makes a good accompaniment to the porridge. Just being biased here cos I love bacon. Well, who doesn’t?
If you prefer something light and healthy to kick-start your day, opt for Plentyfull’s Granola Fruit Bowl ($16) – a visually appealing bowl of house-made granola with fresh berries, tangy buttermilk yogurt and a drizzle of acacia honey.
Berries & Whipped Ricotta French Toast ($16), another favourite from the brunch menu. Soft and fluffy caramelized house-made brioche with whipped ricotta, fresh berries, a drizzle of berry compote and adorned with edible flowers. One of the prettiest french toast I have had. I would recommend ordering the Indonesian Chicken Porridge as your main and the french toast as dessert for sharing.
With a diverse range of food all day, one will be spoilt for choice at Plentyfull!
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-79/80 Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596
Telephone: +65 6493 2997
Opening Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-10pm , Sat & Sun 10:30am-10:00pm, Weekday Breakfast: Mon-Fri 8am-11am, Weekend Brunch: Sat & Sun 10.30am-5pm
*Words by Geraldine, Photography by Alain