Artichoke

3556 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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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
05:00pm - 10:30pm

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

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

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Reviews

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Finally made my way to Artichoke, a funky Middle-Eastern Inspired restaurant who claims to be “the least authentic Middle-Eastern restaurant around”.

Many hearty dishes can be found here which are familiar but with a twist. Most memorable dish was the harissa prawn, where the green pepper harissa sauce was so complexly savoury and earthy, topped with coriander to give it a whiff of addictive bliss. We used all the remaining bread to wipe off every drip of sauce ~

Another yummy one here is the date pudding, nutty flavours with dark satisfying sweetness. Perfect way to end the meal with.

Of course, coming here you can’t miss out the mezze, and we ordered the babaganoush, which is always a refreshing and smooth combination with bread! Their tater tots were also a nice pre-dinner comfort snack 😋

Finally made my way to Artichoke, a funky Middle-Eastern Inspired restaurant who claims to be “the least authentic Middle-Eastern restaurant around”.

Many hearty dishes can be found here which are familiar but with a twist. Most memorable dish was the harissa prawn, where the green pepper harissa sauce was so complexly savoury and earthy, topped with coriander to give it a whiff of addictive bliss. We used all the remaining bread to wipe off every drip of sauce ~

Another yummy one here is the date pudding, nutty flavours with dark satisfying sweetness. Perfect way to end the meal with.

Of course, coming here you can’t miss out the mezze, and we ordered the babaganoush, which is always a refreshing and smooth combination with bread! Their tater tots were also a nice pre-dinner comfort snack 😋

Finally made my way to Artichoke, a funky Middle-Eastern Inspired restaurant who claims to be “the least authentic Middle-Eastern restaurant around”.

Many hearty dishes can be found here which are familiar but with a twist. Most memorable dish was the harissa prawn, where the green pepper harissa sauce was so complexly savoury and earthy, topped with coriander to give it a whiff of addictive bliss. We used all the remaining bread to wipe off every drip of sauce ~

Another yummy one here is the date pudding, nutty flavours with dark satisfying sweetness. Perfect way to end the meal with.

Of course, coming here you can’t miss out the mezze, and we ordered the babaganoush, which is always a refreshing and smooth combination with bread! Their tater tots were also a nice pre-dinner comfort snack 😋

I found this a little salty for my liking because I’m inclined towards sweeter things in general. The meat was tender, not too hard, and well marinated. It was also cut nicely for easy consumption. I quite like this, but to be honest, I find this a little too big for my personal consumption.

The first thing that came to mind when I saw the dish at the table was, “wah so big”. Breaking it apart, I found that the meat was tender and soft, and the skin was crispy and thin. I’m not sure what the batter was but it was tasty and savoury. The toum garlic whip and the pickles were refreshing and gave a slight tang and complemented the tasty chicken nicely.

It was quite literally, “a bag of bread”, as the bread came in a brown paper bag. Took the bread pieces out and arranged them nicely on a plate. The bread was warm and soft and was comforting to eat. The cold hummus was a great complement to the warm bread.

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