98% like on Urbanspoon and I havent heard a single word about this restaurant before my friend Kimberley recommended this restaurant for Sunday brunch.
And it is only 8 minutes walk from my place at Victoria Market!
This unassuming restaurant is engulfed in nearby neighbourhood houses. A cornershop, a relatively smaller restaurant, with a few outdoor seatings.
What to Eat?
The menu of Beatrix is quite limited. Or I should say Very limited (only 3-4 dishes are on) + specials each day.
But with that being said, Beatrix claimed to dish up each items on offer Fresh every day :) and naturally it took them quite a while for the food to be tabled. (like 15-20 minutes?)
And I should have tried their pastries besides their Ciabatta!!!
A cup of Mocha, anyone?? Still can't beat Di Bella Roasting Warehouse (which is just a few minutes away).
Fancy a cup of Cappuccino?
I tried The Chachi - Chianina White Beef and ricotta meatballs braised in tomato with fresh mozzarella, basil and balsamic roquette. You could feel their sincerity in the meatballs making! The meatballs are so uhmm solid? They tried to give you as much meat as they can in a meatball! :D despite the fact that i would appreciate more sauces :O
Boon tried the Shakshuka- spicy braised tomato and peppers, fried egg, fetta and mint.
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