Cheek Bistro

355 Wishlisted
~$60/pax
What We Love
  • Formerly Cheek By Jowl
  • Industrial chic with a touch of playful charm, cosy
  • Bistro-style Modern Australian fare
  • Waffle with Chicken Parfait, Fish & Chips, Iberico Pork Chop

21 Boon Tat Street
Singapore 069620

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Monday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Sad to hear that they closed for food. The waffle with chicken liver is my favorite dish on the menu. Their new concept opening end of this year will still feature this dish.

Caramelised flaky pastry rolled with Vegemite, topped with date jam and toasted macadamia - a take on Cloudstreet's signature petit four.

Smaller in size than expected - about the same size as the Wattleseed Chantilly Tart. I actually really like this. Strong, umami flavoured sticky pastry. Much better than the wattleseed chantilly tart.

Worth a try if you are also ordering their mains during phase 2 (heightened alert)

Cloudstreet’s rye tart filled with cascara infused caramel and Valrhona (70%) dark chocolate ganache, finished off with wattleseed chantilly.

Too much caramel for my liking and the runny caramel made the tart not as crisp. Tart base was just okay - slightly thick, not crisp and not buttery.

Not worth it and pricey for an average tasting tart.

Okay this was wonderful. The cheese bread (a pao de queijo, if I’m not wrong) had such great texture. There’s a very thin and crisp layer on the outside. Biting into it reveals a warm, cheesy and chewy interior - kinda like mochi bread. These were great on their own, but dipping them into the comte (cheese) cream is a good choice as well. The comte cream was fairly light, and the cheese on cheese combi surprisingly did not feel overwhelming / jelat. I can see why many people recommended this, and I would definitely get this again on my next visit!

The fish was not bad - I liked how crunchy the batter was, without feeling greasy. (My bf says that it was slightly joosy, seasoned nicely.) The chips had some skin on, which I usually like, but these didn’t have the super crisp exterior, plush & fluffy interior thing going on - I had expected better chips. The tartare sauce though, was really good. There was dill (I think) and maybe some other additions, which really elevated the sauce and we both enjoyed it very much. The peas were also unexpectedly delicious! Texture was great, neither mushy nor hard. Think it’s one of the best, if not the best peas I’ve had.

This was surprising! I don’t really like the taste of beetroot, but with this being a tarte tartin, the beety taste was masked. Not sure if the sweetness was due to the caramelisation + natural sweetness of the beets, or just the sugar added when making the dish. Either way, it was delish! The puff pastry did get soggy after a while, due to the juices. The king salmon rillette paired well, and the salad with a sour dressing rounded off the dish nicely. It’s something I’ll try once, and while I did like it, I probably would not order this again - I’ll like to try something different.

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