Just opened: SYIP is a new minimalist cafe perfect for a post Phase 2 brunch

by Evan Mua

One of the things we missed most about dining outside is the ambience. Home is the cosiest no doubt, but having brunch doesn’t feel quite the same without aesthetic cafe vibes.

That’s why we were sure we heard a million sighs of relief echo through Singapore when it was announced dining out will be allowed from this week.

If you’re looking for a gorgeous, brand-new brunch spot for your first weekend out in forever, check out SYIP.

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Photos: @saltyaaron/instagram

They just opened recently at Hamilton Road, close to other popular cafes like Chye Seng Huat and For the People.

The decor’s clean monochrome palette and warm light accents give it a sharp industrial aesthetic. Simply eye candy for lovers of the minimalist aesthetic.

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Their menu is quite diverse but there’s one item worth zeroing in on — their Kahlua Tiramisu (S$10). Before opening SYIP, the owners actually ran Soft Peaks Bakery, a popular online Tiramisu bakery.

To make this boozy Tiramisu, they soak the ladyfingers in a mixture of coffee and Kahlua then cover them in creamy mascarpone.

For the alcohol-averse, there’s also the plain Tiramisu available for S$7.

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But if you’re looking for an indulgent cheat day brunch, SYIP has brunch classics like the hearty Creamy Chicken Scrambled Eggs Croissant (S$16) and wholesome Avocado on Sourdough Toast (S$14).

But if the Asian in you is screaming out for some rice, they also have Mentaiko Chicken (S$15) and Wagyu Beef (S$20) Rice Bowls available.

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You also can’t miss the Burrata French Toast (S$22). It’s one of SYIP’s signature items and it is a stunning-looking plate of French Toast.

This looker features a shapely ball of burrata adorned atop a thick, fluffy slab of brioche toast. It’s flanked by 2 slices of crispy maple-glazed bacon and comes with a generous helping of maple syrup to douse all over.

Photo: @my_matcha_moments

If you’re looking for a caffeine fix you can go for the classics of Black (S$4), White (S$5), or their special SYIP Black (S$6) and White (S$6.50) spruced up with whipped cream.

They also have an interesting range of Uji Matcha drinks like the Matcha Latte (S$5.50) and the espresso-spiked Dirty Matcha (S$6). But the most unique creations are definitely the Matcha Strawberry (S$7.50) and Matcha Yuzu (S$7).

If the menu wasn’t enticing enough, SYIP is offering 10% off the total bill when dining in at the café. The promo runs from 22 June 2021 to 30 June 2021. Perfect for a weekend brunch with your bestie after a long break from dining out.

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