328 North Bridge Road
#01-25 Raffles Arcade
Singapore 188719

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 12:00am

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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We visited the Raffles Hotel branch which offered a combo menu for 2 at $128 for 1.5kg lobster, 2 mains (with some exclusions), 2 sides and drinks. The Jewel branch has a slightly different combo offer so do check out their menu if you are heading down. We topped up $4 for their non-alcoholic drinks menu; flavored sodas that we both couldn't appreciate.

Boy: Mayfair Burger in medium rare, served with a side of Truffle Fries. Half grilled lobster served with house lemon garlic butter dressing. The truffle fries were surprisingly good! They were crispy and packed full of flavor, although were lukewarm when served. Burger was just alright, but the grilled lobster hd a charred fragrance that was delightful when had with butter.

Girl: Surf & Turf lobster roll with side of Salted Egg Fries. Steamed lobster served with house sauce. Surprisingly, they didn’t ask how I wanted the patty in my roll done. It was served in medium. The lobster roll was alright, the lobster refreshing and light but the roll was not crispy nor buttery enough. Steamed lobster was juicy and cooked well. Fries were a let down as I expected a Salted Egg Yolk dressing but it was served with dried Salted Egg flavoured bits that didn’t carry much flavour.

We had the Chocolate Lava Cake to share later. It was drizzled in caramel sauce and served with raspberries. Extremely rich and decadent and a nice sweet note to end our dinner.

Chilled chunks of lobster meat dressed in lemon mayo and served in a toasted brioche roll accompanied by lemon and garlic butter. Lobster was extremely fresh and had a slight sweetness to it while the brioche roll was buttery which wrapped the chunks of lobster nicely. Drenched it with their lemon garlic butter, best combination.

Succulent lobster meat tossed in Japanese mayo on one side, and mini Nebraskan beef patty and cheese on the other side, served in their signature brioche roll.

(4/4) Ordered this starter ($12). Squid was chewy and fresh, however it was not crispy enough and salted egg yoke taste could be stronger. Can’t help but compare it with my Tze char store’s salted egg yoke sotong, which somehow tastes more flavourful. Verdict: 7/10

(3/4) Pretty big portion for this waffle chicken ($20). Chicken was crispy and pretty good overall. Verdict: 8.5/10

(2/4) Ordered combo for 2 ($124), it comes with 2 mains. Original lobster roll ($31) is one main we ordered. Lobster meat was succulent, juicy and chewy. Lemon mayo sauce was good. It was also accompanied by lemon & garlic butter sauce which pretty much tasted like butter. Brioche roll was like bread toasted with loads of butter on it. Overall an amazing dish! Verdict: 9/10