Media Tasting at Ginett
With Ginett’s T.U.F. (TILL U’re Full) Weekend Brunch definitely a fun brunch with more than enough to keep you busy. Opening out onto the wide selection of starters, mains and even desserts for S$42++ per pax. If you are craving something more decadent, you would be delighted having a fine selection of oysters, ribeye cuts and grilled lobsters with a top-up price ranging from S$10 to S$60. Perfect your brunch with free flow of Bloody Mary, Mimosa and Muscadet at an additional of S$32++.
Starters incorporated grilled veggie salad and imported cheese selection with a nice serving of mixed nuts and honey dipping. There’s a lot more to salad than lettuce. Romaine lettuce, eggplant, almonds, bell peppers, artichoke heart, avocado and balsamic dressing come together to make this salad a winner. This salad blended the assorted ingredient brought spice, fresh, crisp with every mouthwatering bite.
You might also enjoy Ginett’s own one of a kind French ham presented with pickles, smoked salmon egg cocotte and duck sauce (not in picture).
Spoil your loved one with Boston Maine Lobster (+S$30) – it not only looks impressive. The lobster is grilled to perfection dressed with extra virgin oil and seasonal vegetables. Light dressing sauce for the lobster lends a perfect ‘ocean-like’ flavour that makes you crave for a second piece.
A brunch menu would not be complete without eggs benedict. It is served with a poached egg, ham, spinach, hollandaise sauce on an English muffin. The perfect poached egg had a runny yolk, with a hardening crust and no raw white remaining. I also enjoy having with fresh tomatoes and spinach, it added just as much flavour with added nutrition and just as much taste.
Apart from the classic brunch fare like egg benedict, or poached eggs and egg cocotte, you may also be an adventurous meat eater with Roasted Chicken, Baked Salmon Back, Cheese Burger or Roasted Pork Loin. The roasted French free range organic chicken is served on quarter piece. The texture is firm, not mushy however lack of taste. I would have enjoyed more if it comes with a sauce or chicken jus.
On the other hand, I was delighted with Baked Salmon Back. The salmon is charcoal-baked and served with soft garlic spinach. Moist, tender, bursting with flavour I never expected. With both salmon and garlic spinach, and both simply complement each other.
End your meal on a sweet note and order some French pastries including Profiteroles Choux pastry, Caramel Sundae. Profiteroles are as light as air, set with warm chocolate sauce and filled with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Caramel Sundae with a great robustness and balance of vanilla and sticky caramel topping lets you taste the rich complexity of the caramel. What I also like about these desserts; they were not as sweet as they seem.
Interesting brunch dishes full of flavour, colour, nice presentation and I’ll certainly be back for a good brunch with friends or family.
*Service charge(10%) and GST(7%) applicable.
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