It was a toss-up between the scrambled eggs and lobster avocado panini at Club Street Social. Both I really wanted to try as bloggers and floggers alike had been raving about them, but forking out more than 30 bucks for a sandwich? I’ll need further convincing first, heh.
So scrambled eggs it was and while it’s quite satisfying (especially if you are into the extremely moist and creamy type), ODP’s legendary rendition remains #1 in my heart. Confit duck panini looked so yummy that I experienced a second of regret not ordering that LAP (decipher from above, haha). The nutella bread pudding was awful imo, a major FAIL in my book; dry, heavy and dense, with too small a scoop of vanilla ice cream (don’t be fooled by the pic below; it’s all about angle, lol). Lots of great comments online about it though, so you may like it.
At least now I know to skip desserts the next time I’m back, ready to splurge on what’s possibly the most expensive sandwich I’ll ever eat in Singapore!
scrambled eggs, fontina, chives ($12++)
confit duck panini, roasted portobello, balsamic onion ($19++)
nutella bread pudding, ice cream ($12++)
Club Street Social
5 Gemmil Lane