30 Stevens Road
#01-07 Mercure Singapore On Stevens
Singapore 257840

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11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

11:00am - 11:00pm

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11:00am - 11:00pm

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Popiah Garden ($14)
No regrets trying their Popiah Garden! This came with 3 scoops of gelato - Blue Pea Pandan Lemongrass, Seasalt Horlicks, and Soursop. Seasalt Horlicks was definitely my favourite, with it being super malty and that touch of seasalt made it soo good and addictive. Would totally buy a pint home ahhaa. The soursop was also really refreshing, and great for those who love Soursop! Was also surprised to enjoy the Blue Pea one too - had a good pandan fragrance, and was really great as an end to our meal!

Salt-baked Whole Barramundi
A whole fish that is pretty fresh, and goes well with their 3 sauces that's provided - Thai Green Chilli, Squid Ink Cincalok and Salsa (my favourite sauce of the 3)!

Grandma's Te Kah Beehoon ($14 - S)
Braised pig trotter wok-fried with rice vermicelli. This is another must-try here, the wokhei is really strong and the noodles are so flavourful! It's also slightly sweet here from the sauce, but I still really enioyed the dish!

Hainanese Chicken Satay ($10)
Five skewers of Chicken Satay served in a thick concoction of pineapple and peanut dipping sauce - altho we ate it cold, but it was really v flavourful and the meat wasn't dry or tough at all! Can't really taste pineapple in the sauce, but the peanut was certainly good, and pairs well w the satay.

Ugly Cabbage in Fish Sauce ($13)
It does look unassuming, but the wok-hei is definitely there! Fish sauce is also slightly sweet, but I really enjoyed this veg, and would probably be one of their must-orders if you are there!

Singapore Style Chilli Prawns ($22)
This sauce is reminiscent of Chilli Crab Sauce, and is slightly sweet with a bit of spice kick! The sauce was also pretty viscous, and I enjoyed pairing it w the fried Mantous (50¢ each)!