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There is a vegetable forward section (the tasty vegan lasagna and the always good brussel sprouts are from there), and faves such as the Aburi Salmon, Chicken Confit, and Blackened Fish & Chips are also available.
You can order these items via the newly launched online ordering site
They also opened a new outlet in Dempsey - CONGRATULATIONS!! 🎉🎉🎉 - so you can plan to visit that outlet once we hit Phase 2!

Chef Paolo’s oh-so succulent Grandma’s Beef Ribs from @theboldestgrill.
A family recipe, the ribs are slow-cooked for 16-hours till fall-off-the-bone tender—quite literally, the bones slip out as though greased; skip to the back to see how it salaciously peels open.
- Enjoy free islandwide delivery on your entire cart with any order of beef ribs, else delivery is free with min. spend of $180
- Ribs come inclusive with add-ons of your choice, depending on # of ribs; eg 2 Ribs ($78) comes inclusive of 2 add-ons
WOOBAR’s slew of latest cocktails and Makimono are also available for takeaway and delivery. And for supper fiends, they’ve extended operating hours to 11.30pm (including delivery).
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Now you can get food and beverages from SPRMRKT via the order link below and deliveries will be made across all of their three outlets. I had the opportunity to experience a few of the signature and new dishes from SPRMRKT’s all-day cafe menu for brunch this week, delivered directly to my home, and it is as good as dining in at the actual restaurant.

Pictured is the spread of food that includes a serving of Brussel Sprouts ($15), an excellent starter of charred Brussel sprouts with burnt corn and pomegranate in a sriracha mayo and Aburi Salmon Grain Bowl ($24) on a bed of organic Cambodian brown rice with tomatoes, avocado, poach egg over a ginger shoyu dressing. The ginger shoyu dressing is a smart way to give it an umami soya sauce flavour while ridding off any fishiness from the salmon. Additionally, the delivery also comes with the SPRMRKT Breakfast Platter ($28) and Tiramisu ($12). The former is the classic big breakfast served in most cafes and this version comes with a choice of two eggs, mixed mushrooms, two pork sausages with one being a chorizo, bacon, confit tomato, fresh greens and toast. The latter is the perfect ending to a meal with a tiramisu that’s made using a vanilla sponge that is soaked in cold brew coffee with mascarpone and cream. To wash it all done, finish with a bottle of cold brew which has been sweetened with honey.

During this period, if you wish to place a takeaway order, you can simply WhatsApp or call the respective SPRMRKT outlets in Dempsey Hill and Cluny Court before heading down to collect. For islandwide delivery, there is a delivery charge of $10. With just a few days left till 1 June, if you contact the outlets directly and place an order for takeaway or delivery, you get to enjoy a 15% off all ala carte items.
8 Dempsey Hill, Unit 01-15A, Singapore 247696

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▪️Salmon Tataki
▪️Kiwi Tuna
▪️Hamachi & Bacon
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▪️Smack Jack
Sweet Treats
▪️Ovaltine Kulfi
SKIRT, The Kitchen Table and WOOBARS located at W Singapore are now available for delivery and self-colleciton. Visit for the menu.
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With pickled redcurrant and yogurt cream. This was really good. Creamy cheesecake that barely maintained shape before you sink a fork into it. Theyre running a 30% discount for takeaways during this period. So do show the good people here some support.

This was a bit heavy handed on the cream, resulting in a dish that got too cloying after a few mouthfuls. The truffle oil wasn't very apparent too.

Cajun baby octopus, orange segments, pumpkin seeds, bell pepper confit. The octopus was pretty bouncy and chewy, slightly undercooked but I can imagine how some would enjoy it this way. Loved the confit peppers which were absolutely juicy and flavourful.

When a business owner has a clear vision of his or her brand, and how to bring every aspect of it to life, that’s bold and refreshing.
I got a taste, quite literally, of that when Yugi (@cocktailmahout) got in touch with me and sent over cocktails and light bites from the @elephantroomsg, a culture-forward new spot inspired by Singapore’s Little India.
Typical of me, I got more caught up with the food which was audaciously delicious from the liberal use of Indian spices. With such intoxicating aromas on the palate, I found myself enjoying the Lamb Tacos ($18) even though I tend to avoid this meat as I find it too gamey. The finely-shredded lamb shoulder which came in a Puri taco, was fall-apart tender, juicy and extremely tasty from having been marinated in “sup kambing” spices for 12 hours. It came with a sauce that elevated tastiness further with its different dimension.
To my surprise, the Grilled Tiger Prawns Glazed in a Tamarind Curry ($24) were even better. It had me sucking on the shells to get at every bit of that incredible curry. The accompanying flatbread was wonderful as well - soft, chewy and ever so slightly sweet.
As for the cocktails, each had a fascinating backstory and were unique. While “Sippin’87” was a sweetish, coffee-forward little number (the team’s take on the Espresso Martini with savoury notes from caramelised onions and zest from kombucha), the “Tekka” cocktail paid tribute to the iconic Tekka Market in Little India by swirling together Old Monk Rum, fermented banana, Spiced Palm Jaggery and a hint of turmeric.

If you want to explore the flavours of this Little India-inspired joint, please tap on the link in the @elephantroomsg’s bio on Instagram for details.

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I was fortunate to be given the opportunity to taste two of these cocktails (thanks Yugi) and each of them brings a distinct flavour and identity. One of the iconic landmarks of Little India is the Tekka Market, and this signature cocktail, Tekka pays homage to the location. Each of the ingredient that goes into the concoction represents a part of the Tekka Market such as the coconut oil that’s infused with the Old Monk Run, mixed with bananas that has been fermented with Himalayan salt for over 7 days and last but not least, spiced palm jaggery. A sip of this and your senses will be tingled by the richness from the rum, savouriness from the salted bananas and sweetness from the jaggery. The next cocktail takes inspirations from the Bru coffee drinking culture in Little India, and the story turned into reality in the form of the Sipping at 78, a rendition of the espresso martini with a local twist. The coffee powder is being “kombucha-ed” with caramelized onion before being bottled. The number from the drink is named after a unit number of a restaurant in Little India, can you guess which restaurant it is? Overall, you will get hints of sweetness and savoury notes from the caramelized onions while balanced by the bitterness from the coffee.

And what’s a drinking session without some food? By pairing with the right kind of food, it resulted in an even better cocktail, and one of them is the spiced lamb tacos which is constructed with pulled lamb shoulder that has been marinated for over 12 hours in a sup kambing broth over a puri taco. Another one of those finger lickin’ good moment is the grilled tamarind curry prawn which comes with a homemade flatbread. Just the name of the dish is enough to make me salivate.
📍The Elephant Room
20A Teck Lim Road, Singapore 088391

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I think they’ve taken the duck off the menu; it was cooked nicely and quite tender. The flatbread was my favourite, as this was pretty tasty and delicious with the creamy labneh. The crispy eggplant was okay, but the batter could have been lighter!

Hearty barbecue feast includes Violet Oon Singapore’s signature flame-grilled classics and new additions!
▪️VO Street Satay (1/2 Dozen)
▪️Garam Asam Barramundi with Pineapple and Ginger Flower
▪️Ayam Panggang Berempah With Nasi Kuning
▪️Roti Violet Chick Pea Masala
▪️Eggplant with Sambal
Enjoy free delivery of takeaway orders with a minimum final bill of $100.00. A flat delivery charge of $15.00 applies for other orders.
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