Finally get to try Hatched @ HV after saying it for months! Brought my parents there for Mother’s Day brunch as well as to let them try out the different cuisines the younger generation is currently enjoying 😛
Initially had wanted to go head to the one along Bukit Timah road, but found out that they had opened a new one at Holland Village and since it’s so near my house, decided to head to HV instead! 🙂
Heard so much about Hatched, especially for a egg-lover like me, I was told that it’s a must to visit them and try their food!
I totally love the ambience and their decorations/design for the restaurant! Look at their menu, it looks like a comic book!
Each of us ordered a different dish but i think the best is still gonna be “Sir Benedict”!Mummy had Papillote and I had Le Rossini and we both felt that ours were too eggy. I had a bowl full of scrambled eggs and I think it was too much, especially when the eggs tasted rather weird/raw, or do you call it fishy? (something is definitely wrong with the eggs recently). The Foie Gras with truffle oil was waaaaaaaaaay TOO OILY and after a few mouthful, you’ll get sick of the taste (and water is your best friend). Le Rossini cost $22 and I felt it was totally not worth the money!
Mummy’s Papillote was fine other than being too eggy. And we need no introduction to Sir Benedict 🙂
The Cowboy, as praised by my sister, tasted good. With medium-well steak topped with a sunny side up, wild mushroom and mash potato, and it cost only $16 (or was it $18?).
Though the food was so-so, where some enjoyed their order while some didnt, I am glad my parents had a taste to what the new generation of people are enjoying now 🙂
With the four dishes, plus a cup of coffee and latte, the total bill cost approximately $105. But I think it’s definitely worth a visit if you hadnt been there before, for an experience! 🙂
But be prepared to spend quite abit 😛
Hatched @ Holland Village:
267 Holland Ave
Singapore, Singapore 278989
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm
Tel no: 6463 0012