[SG EATS] The Bravery- Muslim-owned Restaurant Reopens At Amoy Street

My last visit to The Bravery was at their previous location at Horne Road. Oh boy! Time flies! and they are reopen the new location at Amoy Street. The Muslim-owned restaurant is now located at a two-storey conservation shophouse along the Amoy Street neighbourhood. The first floor is where you can get your coffee fix and a variety of seating formats caters to different interactions whole the second storey houses The Bravery’s in-house bakery, which churns out fresh breads and baked goods daily.The Bravery opens from 8:00AM onwards offering breakfast selection that includes the crowd-favourite Steak & Eggs S$23.00++, Nova Cheese Toast S$16.00++, Shrooms Toast S$16.00++and more. But I did not have the chance to try their breakfast menu during my visit this time round.
The Bravery Amoy Street
Long table with fairy lights-The Bravery

Nevertheless, I tried some of their dinner dishes during the visit recently. Here’s what I had that night.
Crab Cake S$16.00++
The Bravery- Crab Cake
Homemade jumbo lump crab cake with garlic aioli and mesclun. The garlic aioli elevates the flavour of the dish.

Gambas Al Ajillo S$16.00++
The Bravery Amoy Street-Gambas Al Ajillo
The tiger prawns are slow poached in a pool of garlic oil with peppers. Classic tapas to kick start our dinner.




Cod en Papillote S$33.00++Cod fillet baked in a paper bag with fennel, seasonal greens, herns, microgreens, and soy broth to keep the fish tender and moist. Look at the thickness of the cod fillet!Shiok! Healthy and flavourful way to enjoy this dish.

Pure Blood Wagyu Deckle (200g) S$58.00++
The Bravery Amoy Street- Pure Blood Wagyu Deckle
Featuring 2GR pure blood wagyu MS9 Deckle done in medium rare that are served with celeriac puree, roasted greens and beef jus. You can request your steak doneness and this dish is well-executed especially the umami flavour from the wagyu.
The Bravery Amoy Street-Cake
Lastly, we had Gateau au Chocolat and Nutella Tiramisu S$6.90++ per slice each. I personally enjoyed the rich, creamy chocolate cake while my friend prefer tiramisu cake. If you are not a fan of chocolate, go for their light and refreshing tiramisu cake for a sweet note.

The Bravery Amoy Street-Drinks
As for the drinks, we tried the Hojicha Milk and Lavendar Latte from S$6.00++.


The Bravery
Address: 50 Amoy Street,
Singapore 069876
Opening Hours:
Tuesday – Thursday 8:00AM-6:00PM
Friday – Sunday 8:00AM-9:00PM
(Closed on Monday)
Website: https://thebravery.sg/
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/thebraverycafe/

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