Breko Cafe

Breko Cafe at Holland Village is one of the few restaurants open before 11:30am at Holland Village. So when my Mom and I roamed around for a bit, we decided to step into this cafe.IMG_1400

Breko offers casual seating outside or inside, but doesn’t have any doors separating the two sections.


We decided to be boring people and sit inside – come on, who likes the heat?


And lucky for you guys, I remembered to take pictures of the menu this time! Okay. You got me. My Mom reminded me, but hey, I still did, right?

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Okay yeah, I went a little overboard. But it was a big menu!IMG_1408

One thing I noted was that the menu was kind of torn and tattered. Guess it added character? IMG_1409

I, of course, had my eyes on the breakfast menu. Or as they call it here, “Brekfast”. That made me giggle a tiny bit.





I’ve previously tried Brekkie in a Pan ($10.50) and Sausage Patty Pan ($8.50). I enjoyed Brekkie in a Pan more because I felt that the Sausage Patty Pan tasted too…ordinary I guess? Felt like I could buy that anywhere – it was basically just three pancakes, a chicken patty and a fried egg. Mhmm, but today I felt kind of hungry and wanted to try something new. I decided to go for Breko XL ($10.90). XL always sounds good when it goes along with food. IMG_1410 IMG_1411

All the breakfasts come along with a coffee or a tea. Their tea list was extensive.


I was contemplating upgrading my drink to a hot chocolate but made up my mind to be a good girl and get something healthy. I ended up choosing an earl grey tea.


Here it is! Mom went for a coke, which I deemed too boring to take a picture of. Sorry, coke. :(


And then our food arrived! I was starving. My Mom had ordered Gold Fish ($14.90) which came with two sides of her choice. She went for mac&cheese and steamed vegetables. At first, she was afraid that the fish wouldn’t be fresh, but after taking a bite she was satisfied. She said it tasted fresh and yummy, and that it was much better than the fish she had the other day when I brought her to Aston’s. Yeah…she’s been hating on Aston’s a bit now – but don’t worry, I still love you, Aston’s!


My Breko XL came with bacon, sausages, a chicken patty (hidden under the bacon), scrambled eggs, a fried egg, a grilled tomato and an English muffin. Danggg, that’s a lot of food. IMG_1419

I thought that the scrambled eggs were a bit runny but everything else tasted pretty decent. Honestly, it wasn’t that amazing, but pretty much a standard breakfast you can get in Singapore for 10 bucks. It was a lot of food though – I struggled to finish it. If you’re hungry, I recommend this.

That was it for our little morning meal. So yes, come to Breko if you’re in need for a little cheap western breakfast. Don’t expect extremely high standards, but know that you’ll be well fed with decent food ;)

Oh! And here are some pictures from the last time I came.


Hot chocolate and black coffee (at the back). The hot chocolate was good! Quite chocolate-y.



My Sausage Patty Pan. If I remember correctly, the pancakes weren’t as fluffy as I would have liked.




Peter Pan ($8.00) with the choice of bananas (with honey on top).

Outlet visited:

Breko Cafe @ Holland Village 38 Lorong Mambong, Singapore 277694

Tel: 6468 4424

Opening hours:

Mon-Thu: 9:00am-12:00am
Fri: 9:00am-2:00am

Sat: 8:00am-2:00am
Sun: 8:00am-12:00am
Price Range: $10-$15 per person

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  2. Kimberly says:

    That XL Breakfast thing looks so yummy but it seems like it could be shared between 2 people! I’d definitely try that, I love runny scrambled eggs! Haha! <3 Love your post! The XL thing seems like good value for money! :)

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