Weekend Brunch @ Super Loco- Mexican Street Food

From the same people who brought you Lucha Loco at Duxton Hill, comes the vivacious, younger, and slightly more chipper sister outlet- Super Loco. Located at The Quayside, this restaurant and bar which prides itself for serving Mexican street food, has a bright and sunny appeal with its coloured theme of pastels and neon. From communal tables and benches to bar counter stools and regular wooden tables, the spacious open-concept diner is all about recreating the Mexican City experience for their guests.

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Super Loco offers two menus- Dinner served from 5pm onwards Wednesdays to Sundays and Brunch on the weekends from 10am-3pm. Reservations are also not allowed unless you have a group of more than 8 people. After seeing all those mouthwatering pictures on Instagram, coupled with my inclination towards brunch food, I naturally gravitated towards making a trip down on a Sunday to try their newly launched weekend brunch menu.

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Between the two of us, we shared a Sweetcorn Fritters $18, Pulled Pork Torta $15, Breakfast Burrito $18 and a Wildberry Smoothie $11.

Topped with a sunny-side up egg each and smothered with a thick layer of creamy chunky guacamole, the sweetcorn fritters had an exciting contrast of textures and an element of earthiness to it. This was surprisingly filling despite its seemingly flat appearance.

Put aside your cutlery when you tackle the Breakfast Burrito. With its pieces of steak cooked “Medium Rare” and scrambled eggs filling all wrapped in a flour tortilla, this burrito was hearty and certainly tastes better when eaten with your hands. We would recommend adding the salsa rojo served on the side as a spread for your stuffed burrito for some spice and punch of flavour.

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The Pulled Pork Torta was the winner that morning. Juicy slow-cooked pulled pork, slices of green apple, Mexican beans and habernero mayo all sandwiched between two crusty buns, this was one finger-licking good sandwich which deserved a standing ovation for its myriad of colours and for doing justice to the bold flavours of Mexican street food.

Also, do not leave without trying their Super Smoothies made from Almond Milk, Coconut Water, Flax Seeds and Agave Nectar. The ultimate guilt-free thirst quencher which served its purpose beautifully.

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Dessert items on the menu also included Blue Corn Cake $14 and their famous Super Churros $12. Alas for us, we were much too full from our mains. But I guess that means that a second visit is certainly in order.

Photos in this post were taken with an iPhone 5S. 

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The Quayside, #01-13
60 Robertson Quay
Singapore 238252
Tel: 6235 8900

Opening hrs:
Wed-Sun: 5pm onwards
Weekends: 10am-3pm

Singapore

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