Bee's Knees at The Garage

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Bee’s Knees draws inspiration from the highly social, evolved behaviour of bees. Located on the ground level of The Garage, Bee’s Knees aims to pollinate the Gardens with warm hospitality, sincere, and genuine service. It is a fun, laidback and family-friendly all-day-dining garden café and bistro, with takeaway options and retail offerings.

50 Cluny Park Road
Level 1 The Garage
Singapore 257488

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08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 06:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

08:00am - 10:00pm

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A spread of my top two fave: *Truffle Carbonara Pasta*, *Smoked Chicken Mayo pizza*, Reuben sandwiches, and Fruits Quinoa.

Truffle scent is on the lighter side, nailed when combined with the cream and generous and big bacon chunks.

Smoked chicken mayo is for all mayo lovers! Creamy taste that reminds me of Classified Chicken from dominoes. Fave amongst us too.

How I imagined a picnic to be - dining in the breezy evening with the setting sun and paired with delectable pasta, pizzas, desserts and friends. Featured here is the Smoked Duck Aglio Olio, Beef Cheek Bolognese Parpadelle, Margherita pizza and Truffle carbonara pizza!

The picnic buzzkets by Bee's Knees came with 4 plush cushions and the essentials for a picnic. Ps. Fairy lights are our own addition

We got the
- smoked chicken pizza : this had a thumbs up but wouldn't recommend this as it had too much mayo and got really sickening
- truffle pasta : The truffle taste wasn't very strong and not much mushroom
- Laksa risotto : the quantity was quite small. It came with prawns and the prawns were good
- Mac n Cheese: nothing much to say
- fries with duck? (sorry can't rmb the exact name) : this was good and the portion was quite large!
Overall : we realised we ordered too many creamy dishes 😅 so don't forget to note that when you order!

After a long, tiring day/week, finally visited the Bee’s Knees at The Garage! I love discovering food places I’ve yet to try. So, was the food the bee’s knees?

Beef Cheek Bolognese [$21++]: Pappardelle, braised beef cheek, tomato, basil, parmesan.
The pasta was kind of like lasagna sheets but a long, thin version. Couldn’t taste the basil. The beef cheek was not much and not amazing. Price a little steep for what it is but at least the pasta tasted okay and was al dente.

The Veggie Goat [$17++]:
Quinoa, goat cheese, baby spinach, cherry tomatoes, beetroot, roasted nuts, pumpkin, balsamico.
Shared this vegetarian salad with my friend. There was lots of quinoa. I didn’t find any pumpkin strangely! Nothing much to shout about the salad. It seemed quite plain and unvarnished to me, like an assembled mish mash of ingredients rather than a proper salad. Maybe I should have put the balsamico on it.

Peanut Butter Cheesecake [$7++]:
Peanut butter cream cheese, digestive biscuit.
I thought peanut butter and cheesecake was a weird combination but it surprisingly worked pretty well. It was not bad but again the price is a little steep for not that big a slice of cake. Could taste the digestive biscuit in the cheesecake base.

While the food is alright, it is a little on the expensive side and wasn’t so amazing that the food itself would necessarily bring me back or inspire any cravings. The food is decent and the place is fuss-free and it isn’t that difficult to get attention from the waitstaff which I appreciate.

The ambience here is really nice, with the twinkling fairy lights on the trees and outdoor umbrellas, this would be a great place for celebrations or just catching up with friends you haven’t seen in a while! A nice place for al fresco dining, I imagine an early breakfast/brunch here would be lovely. Whenever I’ve walked past I’ve always seen patrons dining - note this is a dog-friendly restaurant within the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and it’s within walking distance from Botanic Gardens MRT station. Didn’t have reservations on a Sunday night and it wasn’t a problem! PS. They have a day menu and a night menu too and $25++ for 2 cocktails.

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Think cafe comfort food that is so moreish and hearty that you will keep going back for more.

The thick cut fries come in a substantial quantity with a generous drizzle of mayonnaise, mozzarella and Sriracha cream over it before sautéed smoked duck is added, giving it the finishing touch. The fiery shrimp pizza is the other item that has the Western-Asian fusion touch as the New York pizza base is slathered with a layer of squid ink garlic aioli and lined with fresh tiger prawns before a Thai-inspired chilli dressing is added to it.
✨ Bee’s Knees
📍 50 Cluny Park Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Garage, Level 1, Singapore 257488
🍴 [Self Funded]

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The new menu offerings, that took inspirations from Head Chef Sujatha and her team’s travel experiences, focus on South East Asian flavours and textural food using regional produce. Diners will be amazed at the flavours coming from both the Spicy Duck Loaded Fries ($17) and Fiery Shrimp Pizza ($30) which you just cannot get enough of.

The former comes with a bed of golden thick-cut fries that has been drizzled generously with mayonnaise, mozzarella and Sriracha cream to give the tangy and spicy kick. A handful amount of sautéed smoked duck chunks is then layered at the top before a garnish of scallions give it the finishing touch. Café food is usually rich and hearty, and that’s what the Spicy Duck Loaded Fries bring to the table with the differing texture and flavours. The latter Fiery Shrimp Pizza transported me back to Bangkok as the New York-styled pizza base is covered with a layer of squid ink garlic aioli, lined with fresh tiger prawns and topped with a homemade tangy chili dressing that’s reminiscent of the Thai seafood sauce, nam jim.
✨ Bee’s Knees
📍 50 Cluny Park Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, The Garage, Level 1, Singapore 257488
🍴 [Media Invite]