Singapore / Outram Park
Situated in The Working Capitol, Luxe is a Sydney based cafe that offers Australian cuisine with a unique Asian twist. Luxe's unpretentious service, awespiring interior and the simply delicious food is summed up by their logo, a big red heart.
Interior & Ambience
Luxe's first touch point with you has got to be their iconic door. The heart shape handle's simplicity and classiness immediately leaves an impression on you.
Inside, you'll be greeted with a modern contemporary design that sets a comfortable ambience for a late brunch with friends. There's also a long brass table bar that will definitely be the limelight when they start serving cocktail at night.
Situated at the corner is their open kitchen and wine cellar. I'm personally a fan of the open kitchen concept. The feeling of being able to see your food prepared before you is simply intriguing, especially when you are a fan of cooking.
Food & Drinks
Having been to Perth, we are no stranger to Australian cuisine. Luxe brings exactly that to Singapore. I ordered the Eggs Benedict Prosciutto Hollandaise and topped it up with sautéed spinach. I always felt that spinach goes well with eggs benedict after having one at a cafe (I forgot which) and I will always add it whenever I have a choice. This dish was done perfectly. The eggs were poached well and the prosciutto accompanying the dish offered better flavor compared to normal ham used in normal eggs benedicts. The slightly acidic hollandaise sauce was also to my liking.
A good breakfast platter is getting hard to come by since almost every cafe offers them nowadays. It usually comes in either disappointing portion, bad scrambled eggs, or poorly toasted bread.
We ordered Luxe's Aussie Breakfast to try as we wanted something filling. It came with a generous portion and it was made up of my favorite breakfast wants. It came with good scrambled eggs which was soft, creamy and smooth. The bacon was seared just right without it being too hard. The mushrooms were seasoned perfectly. I guess this is what you call an Aussie Breakfast.
We also ordered the cappuccino which was on point.
If you want to experience a true Aussie cafe experience, you can go to Luxe Singapore. The ambience, sincere service and great food will definitely give you a great experience. Perhaps, it might make you want to travel to Australia too! Totally reminded me about my Perth Trip.
1 Keong Saik Road #01-04
Tue-Fri: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
Sat: 9:30 am - 12:00 am
Sun: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm