Tucked in a hidden spot of Thomson V Two, opposite Sin Ming Centre, is November 8. It was opened by 3 friends who shared the same passion for quality gourmet. The furniture was painstakingly chosen with the choice of rattan furniture and old rustic wooden chairs, adding a traditional charm to the cafe. Stepping into this hip and casual joint makes me feel so at home that I just want to hang out and while my day away. There’s a corner where you can lounge on the sofas with comfy cushions, sit back and relax to the soft background Indies music or pick up the guitar provided there for a strum.
Don't forget to take a sip of their very own blend of brewed coffee which gives a slight fruity after-taste when drank warm and a mild roasty taste when consumed cold.
I was there for brunch and ordered a November Egg ($18.50) which is a succulent combination of smoked salmon, gourmet York ham, scrambled eggs on crisp and fluffy bread with tomato and avocado spread, juicy Portobello mushrooms, tomato, and salad. Folks who love smoked salmon, this dish is a must try as it will send your taste buds clamoring for more. The salmon was smoked nicely without it being too salty and the combination and presentation just looked so good. Well worth the waiting time for the dish to be prepared.
This is really one of the nicer brunches I had lately on my café hopping trips.
November 8 Information:
11, Sin Ming Road,
#01-30 Thomson V Two
Mon: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Wed - Thu: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
Sun: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pmWhat are the menu items you tried in November 8 at 11 Sin Ming Road? Do share with us your thoughts on this or any other cafes.
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