16 Jiak Chuan Road
Singapore 089267

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Monday:
Closed

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

Sunday:
Closed

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The portion was quite big, it filled us up quickly! The charred parts of the cauli was extra flavourful, and the dish had varying textures - soft cauli, crunchy couscous, and some parts of the Manchego cheese were crisp. The Serrano ham was slightly too salty and they gave quite a lot of it, so I found it a bit much. This dish was quite light and palatable overall, I’m satisfied!

Really enjoyed the sweet corn sauce in this, it was like a puree of very naturally sweet corn. There were also Peruvian corn kernels, which gave a crunch factor. Octopus was nicely grilled, it was soft and chewy - not rubbery at all.

The sauce in this (it says “fine herbs yogurt” on the menu) was D E L I C I O U S, we wiped the plate clean! It wasn’t very herbaceous/“green” tasting, and even though a yogurt sauce may sound a bit thick and cloying, it was well-balanced by the cider vinegar, which lent a sweet & sour flavour. The grilled sucrine lettuce was soft yet still crunchy (sounds confusing but you should try it for yourself, idk how else to describe it) and naturally sweet, with a nice char on top. The macadamia nuts were chunky, kinda has the same role as pine nuts in pesto sauce. We really liked this dish - every component made sense and came together very nicely! My dining partner felt it was the best dish we had here, and it was in my top 3 (only because I couldn’t choose which of the 3 should be #1 LOL).

The creamy eggs and tender potatoes came together in a very tasty, well balanced Spanish omelette. It came atop a very crunchy crostini-like thing. Enjoyed this!

Definitely get this! It smelt so good. The skin was crisp, somewhat like a thinner version of siew yoke skin. The meat was so tender and juicy, there’s a nice bite to it and wasn’t tough. Pork jowl can sometimes taste overly fatty but this one was really really nice, the fats melted into the lean parts perfectly - might be the best pork jowl I’ve had thus far. The sauce had a wonderful depth of flavour, and went very well with the pork jowl. The crunchy pickled pears acted as a contrasting component, and I thought they were decent but my dining partner didn’t really like it. Still, this dish was easily one of our top 3 dishes.

Somewhat reminiscent of a cruffin! Delicately buttery with none of that greasiness, this was very fragrant. The exterior was crisp, insides were flaky. Wasn’t a fan of the paprika butter, but I would still recommend this as the bread alone is worth ordering :)

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