MEDZS has recently introduced a new breakfast menu at their Clifford Centre outlet, which is just 100 steps away from Raffles Place MRT Station Exit A.
The new menu consists of usual breakfast favourites like scrambled eggs with sausage to easy-to-grab sandwiches for those on the go. It is catered especially to the working crowd in the area and is available from 8-11am, from Monday to Friday.
The outlet has indoor seating as well as a semi-alfresco dining area; the latter was what we opted for because it had the best natural lighting and it was a good place to people watch.
While waiting for the rest to arrive, we enjoyed the morning breeze along with our English Breakfast Tea and Peppermint Tea ($4.90 each).
First to arrive on our table were the artisan sandwiches & baguette. We had the Olives Ciabatta with Prosciutto & Veal Paprika Lyoner Ham ($12.90), Laugen Brotchen with Pork Bierschinken & Red Cheddar Cheese ($11.90), Beef Pastrami with Rustic Baguette ($12.90) and Italian Panini Bread with Tomato Capresse & Buffalo Mozzarella ($12.90).
Out of the four sandwiches, I found the olive ciabatta the most interesting. The distinctive sweet, sour and pungent flavour of the olives enhances the soft sponginess of the bread.
This Scrambled Eggs with Chicken Sausage, Mushroom and Bacon came at an UNBELIEVABLE price of $5.90! While the eggs were slightly salty, it was very delicious and unanimously everyone’s favourite dish at the tasting.
For those who prefer a healthier option, here is the Egg White Scrambled with Smoked Salmon Gravlax ($4.90).
A trio of Viennoiserie mini croissants: (from top) Lemonade Crab Meat Mayo ($4.90), Turkish-Spiced Chicken and Pork Ham & Cheese ($3.90 each). I found the flavours interesting but the croissants rather soggy.
Next, we had French bread pizza ($12.90 each): Pesto Herbs & White Mushroom Cream, Magherita (buffalo mozzarella cheese, tomato & basil) and Al Fruiti De Mare (prawn, tuna & crab).
I enjoyed the Stuffed Cheesy Pull-Apart Bread with Parsley & Basil ($9.90). It was served warm with a nice crust on the outside and a hint of garlic!
And finally desserts!
From the front: Red Velvet Cake ($6.90), Carrot Cake ($6.90) and MEDZS SIgnature Rainbow Cake ($6.90). If you close your eyes, you will mistake the red velvet cake for a delicious and moist chocolate cake. As for the carrot cake, I would not bother trying.
MEDZS’ rainbow cake has been voted as Singapore’s best rainbow cake, but I think that honour should go to MEDZS Rainbow Log Cake. After trying their log cake, where each layer comes with its own flavour, this is still yummy but cannot compare.
The last dessert we had was the Salted Caramel Cheese Cake ($6.90). A bit dense for my liking, but salted caramel flavour rang true.
- From now till 31 March 2015, patrons can get to enjoy 50% off every takeaway purchase.
MEDZS @ Clifford Centre
24 Raffles Place #01-01
Tel: 6536 1917
Monday to Thursday 0800-2200hrs
Closed on Sundays.