Drury Lane

If you work around Tanjong Pagar area, you’ve probably heard of Drury Lane before. Named after a place in London, Drury Lane aims to serve up affordable food with nett prices. We popped by about a week ago and tried some of their signatures. Here’s what we think you should try!

1. Honey Sesame Soba

Honey Sesame Soba

The Soba was smooth and refreshing, and the smoked salmon fresh and very flavourful. We were told that the sous vide egg is prepared at 75 degrees for 16 minutes to achieve just the right texture, and the strict adherence to temperature and time resulted in an egg that when burst, goes perfectly well with the consistency and taste of the soba. The black sesame seed sprinkled into the dish also adds another layer of texture much to our delight. ?

2. Brekkie Bowl

Brekkie Bowl

As we all know, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Drury Lane’s Brekkie Bowl has got us covered, with its killer combination of sous vide egg (yasss), smoked salmon, avocadoes, tomatoes, browned butter corn, kale, spinach, and sautéed mushrooms, making for a very wholesome and filling meal. There is even a generous portion of quinoa thrown in for good measure, which adds a whole lot of texture to the entire bowl, and compliments the sautéed mushrooms exceptionally. ?

3. Buttermilk Pancakes with Mixed Berries

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I’m just gonna come right out and say it, the Buttermilk pancakes stack with mixed berries at Drury Lane is possibly one of the best pancakes I’ve tried in a cafe in Singapore. The delicate buttermilk flavour of the pancakes are so light and fluffy without being too flour-y. The honey was sufficiently sweet without being cloying, and the little red and blue berries added an almost imperceptible tinge of sour when biting into. I honestly couldn’t think of a better way to end my meal.

Drury Lane
94 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088515

Opening Hours
8am to 6pm everyday

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