Hubby’s breakfast #047: The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (Resorts World Sentosa) [Closed]

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As Resorts World Sentosa is a stone’s throw from our home, we thought it’d be nice to have a leisurely Sunday breakfast there and stroll around a bit after that. By the time we got there, it was already past 11am. But no worries, cos Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (CBTL) serves all-day breakfast!

Yup, CBTL’s breakfast sets are available all-day, and include coffee, tea, or iced tea with free refills till 11am daily. We usually stick to the Brek ‘O’ Day (chicken chipolata sausages, scrambled eggs, salad, and toast with butter and jam). But they were out of sausages that day, so we were forced out of our comfort zone to try other items.

Salmon Scramble, S$8.90

Hubby ordered the Salmon Scramble – scrambled eggs with smoked salmon on toast. I didn’t try it cos I was busy feeding the baby.

Egg Club Sandwich, S$8.90

If you’re feeling ravenous, the Egg Club Sandwich is guaranteed to fill you up! It’s a hearty assembly of toasted ciabatta with two poached eggs, ham, and melted cheese, accompanied with salad.

Poached egg, ham and cheese on toasted ciabatta

The ciabatta was nicely airy and lightly crisp on the exterior. The sandwich was rather salty from the ham and generous amount of cheese. Thankfully, the salad was there to serve as a palate cleanser.

By the way, I always look forward to the side salad. Although it’s an unassuming combo of Romaine lettuce, cherry tomato, dried cranberries and toasted almond flakes tossed in a light lemon juice and oil dressing, it’s really likeable!

After eating half the sandwich, I was already feeling full. The Egg Club Sandwich is probably filling enough to be shared by two light eaters.

There are also other popular breakfast items like pancakes, eggs benedict, and oatmeal. Click on the thumbnail to see the full breakfast menu.

The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (Resorts World Sentosa)
26 Sentosa Gateway
#01-202 Resorts World Sentosa (The Forum, Level 1)
Singapore 098138

Sun – Thurs, PH: 8am to 12am
Fri, Sat & eve of PH: 8am to 2am

The images in this post were shot with Sony NEX-C3 with SEL1855 lens (on loan from Sony Singapore).



    • says

      Hi hs,

      For the pictures on this blog, I usually use my Sony Alpha 350. But for this post, I’m using the Sony NEX-C3 (review unit on loan from Sony Singapore).