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Artichoke

3467 Wishlisted
~$30/pax
What We Love
  • Make reservations to get a table in their charming cobblestone courtyard
  • Funky vibes against a backdrop of 60s soul and 90s pop culture with both indoor and outdoor seating
  • Charming courtyard restaurant serving bold Middle Eastern-inspired fare great for sharing
  • Brunch: Mezze Platter, Crab & Bacon ToastDinner: Green Harissa Prawns, Hummus with Spiced Mushrooms, Lamb Ali Nazik

161 Middle Road
Singapore 188978

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Friday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 04:00pm
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

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Reviews

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Artichoke:#JonApproves
Have to make reservation and it's moi 2nd time back here. Feels the same but food is a tad diff.
#JonApproves
Green Harissa Prawns($38) - 8.75/10 Squeezing lemon elevated the experience, prawns had the charr taste, wok hei was evident too. Prawns were of good sizes.

Artichoke:#JonNoApproves
Have to make reservation and it's moi 2nd time back here. Feels the same but food is a tad diff.
#JonNoApprove
3)Steak Ali Nazik($38) - 7/10 Beef was tough and chewy,but too tough for moi liking,however the babaghanoush sauce with it was an interessant flavor of oiliness and middle eastern spiceness.

Artichoke:#JonApproves
Have to make reservation and it's moi 2nd time back here. Feels the same but food is a tad diff.
#JonApproves
Roasted Cauliflower Mandi($26) - 8.5/10 Isn't as good as the first time but still good. Cauliflowers were bigger as compared to the first time, harder to consume it with the rice. The flavors of the rice were savory, the nuts were not as crunchy. But still provided crunch for the dish. The sauce is limish, shiok when everything in 1 spoonful. Basil leaves were good in catering the mint flavor.

This palm-sized portion was rather small, but the hummus was very delicious. I particularly enjoyed the chunky chickpeas that remained in the mix, and the addition of paprika elevated the whole dip.

Grab a seat on the cobblestone courtyard at Artichoke and pull up your pants for the most exciting Middle Eastern-inspired cuisine you'll find in town, complete with a great soundtrack. Chef Bjorn Shen holds nothing back with creations like Crab Toast ($16) with chicken crackling and trout roe. Confused? So is Burppler Terence Ong, who loved the fluffy brioche buns and sweet blue swimmer crab mixed with tzatziki. "You can never go wrong with fried chicken skin." Burppler Kristen Yeo likes the Green Harissa Prawns ($38) too.

Photo by Burppler Julius Lim

Love the sour cream, and the hashbrown was really crispy

4/5

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