290 Orchard Road
#B1-43 Paragon
Singapore 238859

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Tuesday:
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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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This colonial platter comes with kueh pie tee, satay , fried chicken wings, and popiah, amongst others.

The individual componenets tasted pretty good, even though it seemed gimmicky to me at first! Its great for sharing, perhaps as a starter before mains are served!

Option to order this with puff rice or bee hoon - the puff rice one comes with a small cup of crispy puff rice on the side.

The soup broth here is thick, cloudy, sweet and really tasty. They’re very generous with the fresh pomfret meat, and it’s a good-sized dish to share. In addition to the puff rice, there’s also soft white rice inside the soup like a fish soup porridge. The addition of puff rice adds a nice crunch to each bite, but I recommend only adding it in when you intend to eat it as it becomes soggy and loses its crunch quickly.

Overall a comforting and delicious bowl of soup for a cold day, or something light to share among family and friends!

The Colonial Club’s Hainanese tea is a step up from teh cino. It’s a mix of coffee, tea and Milo - I’m not sure if it’s because I requested for no sugar which may have required them to remake each of the components once again, but this drink took a really long time to serve. It was only brought to our table after two out of three of our dishes had been served. Sadly, it wasn’t worth the wait. The resultant beverage was very bland and tasted diluted. I couldn’t taste much of any component, except for some bitterness from the coffee. I didn’t like the grass jelly bits either, which were very small and did not provide enough texture or crunchiness to the drink. Perhaps this drink was designed to be appreciated with some sugar, and hopefully it isn’t too sweet at the regular sugar level. Whatever it is, this combination didn’t wow me and I wouldn’t order it again.

Fragrant blue pea coconut rice served with beef rendang, otak otak, fried egg, sambal, achar, cucumber, fried crisps, peanuts & anchovies. Can we just begin with how pretty how this dish is?! The tower made of blue pea coconut rice, cucumbers, egg, beef rendang and fried crisps is a sight to behold. We almost couldn’t bear to cut it apart. Well thankfully we did, because this dish isn’t just pretty, it’s delicious too.

The coconut rice is not the most fragrant, but it works out nicely when eaten with the tender beef rendang and otak otak. Top that spoonful off with some of the sambal chilli and you’ve got a real flavourful spoon of good stuff!

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Fragrant blue pea coconut rice served with beef rendang, otak otak, fried egg, Sambal, achar, fried crisps, peanuts and anchovies. The beef rendang was tender and delicious. Otak was very spicy and extremely flavorful. Fried egg was perfect with runny yolk. A bit expensive, but everything tasted good.

Thin flat rice noodles in chicken and prawn broth, topped with steamed chicken, prawns, bean sprouts and chives. Warmed up the stomach on a cool rainy afternoon!

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