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Savour comfort on a plate at CREATURES, a modern-day café set in the culturally rich conservation area of Desker Road. Our hearty east-meets-west nosh comes with a twist – and without the MSG. We dish up irresistibly soothing comfort food with an Asian flair while staying true to the origins of the dish – all to make you feel both at home and in Eden. For over 20 years, the owners of CREATURES reinterpreted favourites, jazzing them up with an Asian flair. When they moved into their new home, they combined their love for cooking and tasteful interiors, and began inviting families and friends for intimate home dining experiences. With a passion for bringing out flavours through natural ingredients and experimenting with texture, the owners amassed a menu of their own creations after decades of thoughtful cooking. CREATURES brings that cosy home dining experience to all, with an aim to make the café a habitat of creature comforts. Desker Road, once Singapore’s oldest and notorious red-light district, is now home to old-time shopkeepers, adventurous backpackers, migrant workers, small modern offices and a myriad of back alleys. A key inspiration to CREATURES’ debut at Desker Road is to be an atmospheric dining enclave in the heart of this culturally rich conservation area. Desker Road, with its whiff of old-world charm, beckons one home.
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120 Desker Road
Singapore 209639

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12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 10:30pm


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This was an interesting dish. Crispy prata canapé with Peranakan flavors on top. The sweetness from the prawn and savory taste from the buah keluak complemented each other very well.


Don't eat fried food so I'll just comment on the noodles. It's decent but nothing mind-blowing cos it's really just soy sauce and shallots. Not sure why some people go crazy over it. I prefer softer noodles though so this was right up my alley but if you like noodles with a bite which is what u usually expect from la mian, then it's better to avoid this


Pork was done perfectly texture wise and this was a damn solid standard Babi pongteh for a restaurant that's known to switch things up. Glad that they finally changed it to rice which makes more sense and mops up the sauce better. The Chap chye is damn good too with the prawn taste coming through

P.S. while I don't usually review the service, my friend wanted me to add that our server, Bryan, was very polite, attentive, and took the initiative