Alter Ego

3154 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
Booze your way into the nights with us as we go from healthy poke bowls in the day to guzzling down our range of more than 20 craft & commercial beers over indulgent pizza fries, fried chicken skin and all of your grubby burger dreams in the night!

8 Raffles Avenue
#01-13D Esplanade Mall
Singapore 039802

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Saturday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:30pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

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Fish skin ($10) was good for sharing though it could use more seasoning, over time it just started to taste like the oil it was fried in. The Classic Carbonara ($20) was decent but was lacking in flavor amidst the cream base, more cheese may have done the trick. The Steak Rice Bowl ($30) was a huge disappointment, beef was chewy and the rice lacked any flavor apart from straight up butter, it was not a dish that entices you for more. We also ordered a Tokyo Sour ($13), an ‘okay’ cocktail that could’ve worked more on packing a punch.

If it weren’t for the Burpple beyond pass, the price of the entire meal would have just been ridiculously expensive compared to the quality received. The only hit was the fish skin while the rest were misses.

Would I give this restaurant another chance? Probably yes with their poké bowls/pizzas/burgers. Would I recommend it to my friends and family? Highly unlikely.

we got the chicken burger and shrimp aglio olio. both weren’t great! saving grace was that portions were big, especially for the burger which had a generous portion of curly fries. so come here if you are feeling very hungry :)

I must say the portions were generous. It’s well worth it only if you are using burpple beyond 1-for-1 during weekdays!

The rice bowls were lacking in taste. Asked for medium rare steak but got a more-than-well-done steak. The only saving grace was the pizza fries (even then their new menu had cut out the crowd favourite Tater Tots. A pity).

Definitely a dessert to share despite the small portion. Topped with honey-glazed cinnamon and cream of a viscous consistency, this pecan pie is loaded with the sugars. Pecans topping the pie were very fragrant, but my lasting impression of this dish is that it was just incredibly sweet. If you have a very sweet tooth, go for this. Note that the whiskey is practically nonexistent taste-wise though.

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The double cheeseburger is an all-American (or so they proclaim on their menu) burger graced with a double beef patty, bacon ketchup, lettuce, tomato, gherkins AND CHEESE (not indicated on menu), that is served with crispy, thick-cut fries. There’s nothing to be excited about for the burger itself. While the star of the show—the double beef patty—came in an undeniably generous portion, being probably thrice the thickness of a Shake Shack beef patty, the patty was tougher than expected and definitely not as juicy as the latter. Though I did enjoy the special sauce (I assume it’s the bacon ketchup) that topped the burger very much. The fries were excellent, being fluffy on the inside but crispy on the outside. I’m also glad I asked for the tartar sauce from the Calamari [$16++] dish to accompany my fries in addition to the given ketchup. I don’t know what they added inside the sauce, but it’s divine.

Staff was very friendly and very accommodating to our requests, though they seem a bit short-handed. They quickly helped us use our ChopeVoucher (30% off from 11am to 6pm on Sat and Sun + More options), so definitely remember to book via Chope and grab a voucher before going if you intend to spend more than $50 (the minimum spend for reservations).

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