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Epiphyte Restaurant & Bar is a rethink of the holistic dining experience, conceptualised as an infusion of food, art and nature. Here in our sanctuary set in a conserved shop-house, we hope to connect and enrich people as a place for quality recreation. We believe in opportunities to grow together in Epiphyte, and the importance of fostering close family-like ties in the company.

47 Neil Road
Singapore 088827

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10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 01:00am

10:00am - 01:00am


10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

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The martini is so so, not so worth it. The food is okay, I had a pink risotto but I like the dessert this one is terrarium if I’m not mistaken. But instead of a big glass like the others had, I got a small one, idk why.

2 martinis
2 dish
1 desert
Spent about $98++

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So many garden themed cafés in this area. It's like an oasis in the middle of the humid city. It beckons your weary, overworked soul to come rest in its cool green spaces.

The staff are so friendly and would make some good suggestions if you ask them.

&; There's a Terrarium workshop coming up this Saturday, 16th Sept?!
Eat a pretty terrarium & takeaway a living, photosynthesising one to beautify your home? Talk about the best of both worlds!

Eating one of course!

Epiphyte's Terrarium cake is lovely to look at and lovelier to eat. Definitely a signature dessert, it deserves more love than their galaxy-glazed cakes that always steal the show! Just the right mix of crunchy and creamy and smooth; Something about eating alcohol-infused chocolate and flowers is just so magical.

Pro-Tip: Try to order the pretty dishes before sunset. I was convinced this would make such a good-looking gram, but I forgot it was dark, duh.

Also, get the rum shot. It is so worth the upgrade. 🙌🏼

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"Whisky mochi, cream cheese, graham crackers"

This was a pleasant treat to nibble on but less innovative as compared the the signature terrarium.
Things were switched up a little when the conventional combination of cream cheese and graham met a mochi center. Yet as I thoughtfully took a few gradually bigger bites, the palate failed to register any trace of strong whisky which was a pity.


Another quiet and pretty cafe which serves up quality cuisine.

Not sure what gave the pink color but the dish was good. At the background was the sio bak. The dish comes with a green mash which we didn't know what gave the color too haha. BUT everything was yumzzz. Except for the 'galaxy cake' which we think wasn't worth the $9


Walked past this and just had to try their signature desserts - terrarium and twilight. Terrarium offers spongy texture to it with crunchy bit, while Twilight galaxy cake consists of cointreau curd and chocolate mouss. A palatable combination indeed.