If you remember, I've blogged about Open Door Policy a month back when Paul and I celebrated our 3rd wedding anniversary here. While our dinner was pretty good, I had this nagging feeling inside me that a return visit is in order and somehow, I just have to try their brunch menu.
So, while waiting for my friends to arrive, I began reading the one-pager menu. Service was superb as always. The moment the server saw that I've settled into my seat, he asked if I want anything to drink. You can actually get some bubbly in the morning but I'm being a goody goody girl and just got a bottle of Fiji water for us to share.
No regrets here! The moment my big plate was laid down in front of me, I knew I made the right choice. Look at how big that slice of smoke salmon is! Underneath the salmon is a thick layer of creamy scrambled egg and below is the toasted ciabatta. Everything was just perfect. I love how the flavors all blended together and there's just a variety of texture from the silky salmon to the crunchy bread as well as from the herbs and spinach included. Needless to say, I was very happy with this dish and I am definitely going back to ODP for more. The serving is also quite big that I wouldn't mind sharing this with Paul next time and perhaps get the ODP Pancakes or the French Toast as sides. Now, I'm super excited!
One of our brunch companions B also got the Chocolate and Pistachio Souffle (S$18) which was good and would definitely be perfect when paired with a cup of coffee.
The only drawback with having brunch at Open Door Policy is you can't take your sweet time. Sadly, our table is only ours for an hour and a half and we have to give it up to the next party in line. *sigh* This also means cutting short our catching up session with A and J.
Open Door Policy is located at 19 Yong Siak street, Singapore. Reservation is highly recommended. You can do online reservation or call them at +65 6221 9307.