Brunch @ District 10, The Star Vista

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Eggs Florentine

When it comes to brunch places, I do believe most of us are looking for a nice establishment tucked away in a quiet corner of the street or a shopping mall and serve some tasty nosh.  West-Siders rejoice, because there is another place that serves pretty decent brunch – District 10 @ Star Vista.

In my honest opinion, I didn’t understand the whole open-air-no-air-conditioning-except-inside-stores kinda concept that’s going on there.  It is rather unfriendly in this humid, tropical weather.  I had to pop in random shops and pretended I was looking for something, but in fact I was just abusing the air-conditioning they have inside.  But then I digressed.

So District 10 offers brunch menu that comes with a local twist, or rather some of the items in the menu have that twist.

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Soft Shell Chilli Crab Pizza

I quite liked the Soft Shell Chilli Crab Pizza.  It was tasty although I felt the pizza was slightly limp and too wet in the centre, but all is well.  The pizza sauce was sweet and slightly spicy. The pizza has generous bits of crab meat sprinkled all over.  To top it off, rockets and crab fritters are littered all over.  Quite worth the try, this pizza.  You can also order the Sambal Prawns Pizza, which I think was equally good.20130324-025347.jpgSoft Shell Chilli Crab Omelette

The Soft Shell Chill Crab Omelette is available too if you do not fancy pizza.

There are classic items like Eggs Florentine, Hoegaarden Batter Fish & Chips, Rigatoni with Wagyu Meat Balls and fresh basil sauce and also French Toasts.  The Rigatoni was rather inadequate; I was disappointed at how dry and tasteless the Wagyu Meatballs were.

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Hoegaarden Batter Fish & Chips

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Rigatoni with Wagyu Meat Balls and Fresh Basil Sauce

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Pandan Coconut Pancake with Gula Melaka Syrup

If you have a sweet tooth, I do highly recommend the Pandan Coconut Pancake with Gula Melaka Syrup.  This fluffy soft pancake is fragrant with Pandan and the nutty, sweet taste of the Coconut Flakes.  The sweet raw, earthy taste of the Gula Melaka gave this dish the final South-East Asian polish it needed.  Quite unique and the first of its kind.  I do find the price of S$9 for 3 pieces of pancakes abit steep.

Other than the brunch menu, you can also order smaller items to satisfy your hungry.  There’s an array of tapas, pinchos, skewers, soups and Salad for you to order.


20130324-025427.jpgJumbo Crab Cakes

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20130324-025413.jpgManchego Cheese and Jamon Croquette

For a limited time, District 10 @ Star Vista is bringing back items from their old District 10.  Relish in nostalgic flavors of Grilled Balinese Chicken, Wagyu Beef Cheek Rendang Pizza and many others.

Do check stores for availability.

District 10 @  Star Vista is located at
1 Vista Exchange Green
The Star Vista #01-42/K3
Singapore 138617
(Beside taxi stand)

Tel: (65) 6694 2884
Fax: (65) 6694 3994
Email: thestarvista@district10.com.sg

Website

Operating Hours:
Sundays to Thursdays

11.30am to 11pm (Last food order: 10.30pm)

Lunch: 11.30am to 2.30pm
Tea-time menu: 2.30pm to 5.30pm
Dinner: 5.30pm to 10.30pm

Fridays and Saturdays

11.30am to 12 midnight (Last food order: 11pm)

Lunch: 11.30am to 2.30pm
Tea-time menu: 2.30pm to 5.30pm
Dinner: 5.30pm to 11pm

Postnote: #AnythingAlsoEat would like to thank the PR person for taking her time off to invite us for the tasting on Saturday.
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