The origins of the coffee revolution in Tiong Bahru, this popular cafe certainly helped build the hipster culture that many now associate with that area. Their brunch menu is served from 8am until 4pm daily and includes two Eggs Benedict options.

Eggs Benedict served on juicy steak with a side of spicy roasted potatoes ($18).

Eggs Benedict served on organic bacon and sauteed baby spinach with a side of spicy roasted potatoes ($17).
FoodGuideSG 23 Jun 2015   ⋅   1,438 views
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  • Really looking forward to trying this
    Smiley-81 24 Jun 2015
  • 40 hands has great atmostphere and decor, its a cool little cafe tucked away along upcoming yong siak street - there's a fab book shop opposite if you have time to kill. They do a classic eggs benedict - eggs can sometimes be a little underdone, apart from that this is a great option - and perfect for sorting out a sunday morning hangover!!
    lucymiles 23 Jun 2015
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  • I'm a big fan of Tiong Bahru and I'd been recommended Forty Hands by a brunch loving friend. I went for their Eggs Benedict with organic bacon and really enjoyed the addition of baby spinach leaves on their thin toasted muffin base. The eggs were of good quality but perhaps slightly under poached and a little too runny for my liking. I really liked the addition of diced roasted potatoes to mop up the egg yoke and hollandaise sauce but would have preferred them not to be as spicy.
    Stoopy 23 Jun 2015
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