If you are like me who rarely goes to Tanglin area, probably it is time to explore. Settled within Tanglin Singapore Post Office at B1, there is a modern Izakaya called Mo’Mor Izakaya by W. Martin. Behind the face of Mo’Mor is Martin Woo, a veteran chef who prepares using the most exceptional and freshest ingredients for this restaurant. Serving delicious tapas and grilled plates, every dishes has the elements of Japanese and European.
Able to accommodate up to 150 people, Mo’Mor Izakaya has an indoor and alfresco dining areas. Great for hosting private events or even to chill with friends, the modern design will make everyone feel welcome. There are motorized shades to shelter the alfresco diners from the harsh afternoon sun or rainy days.
What’s New In The Weekend Brunch At Mo’Mor Izakaya by W. Martin
Now, you have no reason to say “I woke up late so I am skipping my breakfast” because Mo’Mor Izakaya has just launched their weekend brunch menu. Why not skip the coffee and have a fresh glass of cold smoothie with no sugar added? For the smoothie menu, there are Orange and Peach ($10) and Orange and Passion Fruit ($10) to choose from. My Orange and Passion Fruit Smoothie was perfect. Doesn’t taste artificial at all, the sweetness was 100% from the fruits.
One of the main weekend brunch highlights is the Scrambled Egg & Home Smoked Salmon (S$22.90). Cured in-house for two days, the amount of salt and spices used to prepare the in-house smoke salmon are just right. My favorite was the flaky and buttery croissant. Eaten together with the scrambled eggs makes them an invincible pair.
Time to flavor the Slow Cooked Poached Egg & Jamón Serrano Ham (S$23.90). Using pasteurised organic eggs, these eggs are cooked at 61.9 degree Celsius for 1 hour and 35 minutes. That’s the secret to their perfect poached eggs. Served together with Jamón Serrano ham from Spain and topped with thick mentaiko sauce, you will be enjoying all that spicy and buttery flavors in one mouth.
With the batter made from buttermilk, cinnamon milk and cornflakes, Mo’mor French Toast (S$17.90) is a menu which many should envy. The crispy exterior is achieved by pan frying those milky toasts for 10 minutes. Served on the side, there are matcha green tea ice-cream and Azuki bean paste which gives that rich earthy taste when eaten together. This brings to a whole new level of enjoying bread toast.
Here comes the Butter Milk Waffles ($17.90). Crispy on the outside, the waffles are topped with sliced caramelised scotched banana and delicious peanut butter ice-cream. Did you know that these tasty waffles are made from scratch? They are not from premixed.
Final Thoughts on Mo’Mor Izakaya
Mo’Mor Izakaya by W. Martin is a nice place to gather with friends and family for an enjoyable meal. The Izakaya has many other interesting food options to consider such as Jumbo Crab Meat Linguine ($29), Pan Roasted Chilean Seabass ($38), Roasted Cauliflower ($8) and Yuzu Sabayon ($14). Of course, if you are a Japanese sake lover, there are lots of imported sake for you to have. These are premium selected sake which Mo’Mor Izakaya wants their customers to enjoy.
Address of my visit
56 Tanglin Road, #B1-01, Tanglin Post Office,