Monday, October 31, 2016

Brunch at MeatSmith

Meatsmith, Telok Ayer

This was a brunch at Meat Smith. Everyone succumbs to brunch. Especially businesses. We have the lazy weekenders. I'm one myself so I don't judge. And smart businesses that caters to those lazy weekenders. So Meat Smith does brunch too like most other ang moh places that survive in the harsh rental economy of the country. But unlike many of the clones of clones, Meat Smith stuck with their own identity. One with a Southern and bbq personality. 

Meatsmith, brisket and eggs

Their brisket and eggs were nice. Those briskets were fall apart tender and rather flavourful especially along the fatty and charred edges. If I had to criticize, it'll be the doneness of those sunny side ups - they weren't over easy. 

Meatsmith, biscuits gravy

We liked their biscuits. A little dense, a little sweet and also crispy. A little more generosity with their country gravy is definitely in order but otherwise no complains with the accompanying porky sausages and scrambled eggs. 

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