Is there anything better than a Sunday brunch? A lazy afternoon filled with food and no hurry to go anywhere after...Bliss!

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On another recent trip to Singapore, we revisited our favourite haunt on Ann Siang Hill, PS Café. With a bold black and white décor theme, plush leather seating, deco styled influences and a European/New York bistro feel, we felt right at home. Climbing up the grand staircase to our favourite corner, we sat down to order from the delectable menu.

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But just as when one finds a bit of comfort in their “comfort food”, the chance of trying something new becomes a tad tedious. So it was back to our regular order of eggs Benedict, pancakes with berries and a delicious burger with an extra plate of fries. How telling of an individual’s personality their food orders can be. But well, that’s another article!

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Fresh juices and a full stomach later, it was off to watch A Million Ways to Die in the West. Seth MacFarlane did not let us down once again. A hilarious, must-see comedy, that is of course, if you are one of those who find Family Guy hi-larious!

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On a side note:

What do you wear to a Sunday brunch?
Think loose, light and linen.

Loose in terms of the cut, light in terms of the colour and linen or cotton (of course) in terms of the fabric. Team them up with oversized, coloured shades, a lovely pair of Espadrilles, a hobo bag and you are ready to go.

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Have a lovely Sunday!


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