5 The Oval
The Oval @ Seletar Aerospace Park Seletar
Singapore 797863

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
08:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
08:30am - 10:30pm

Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

The duck dish is good and the bacon&spiced pork sausage pasta is not bad.

The eggs benedict was sooo good 🥲🥲 everything was done well - the runny eggs, the nicely pan fried buns, the hollandaise sauce. The sizes of their coffee was surprisingly large, it was made the meal very enjoyable.

A great way to end our last day dine out before phase 2 kicks in! Delivery charges at $10 ~

this basque burnt cheesecake was aMaZiNG. the star of the show! i don’t even like cheesecake that much but wow this was good mans.. drizzled with caramel sauce yum

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Over looking the Seletar airport runway, this restaurant in the park is an awesome place for a meal.

We loved their eggs benedict. Perfectly poached eggs on toasted bread paired with smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce.

One thing to note, they don’t do brunch menu. Be here before 1130am for breakfast or after 12pm for lunch.

Dropped by the new 5 by San Façon over the weekend — not just for one of the two days, but for both days; can’t get over how the F&B establishment is being set in the tranquil and laid back neighbourhood of The Oval at Seletar Aerospace Park hidden away from the buzzier restaurants such as The Summerhouse/Wildseed Cafe and Wheelers Estate, being situated in a black-and-white house tucked further towards the middle of the entire district.

While 5 by Sans Façon is an establishment with a French influence in the cuisine that they serve, there are a few items which are offered on the menu that comes with an American influence. The Revisited New York Hotdog is just one of those items; featuring Brioche Bun, Onion Confit, Sauerkraut, Jalapeño and Mustard, the item also comes with thick-cut fries accompanied on the side. This is indeed comfort food served with finesse — the brioche bun was light and fluffy, yet crusted on the exterior being lightly toasted, while the chicken hotdog was soft, bouncy and juicy without being overly saltish. Accompanied with jalapeños, sauerkraut and onion confit, the condiments provided a mix of very slight spiciness, sweetness and tanginess that helps to ante up the flavour profile of the entire dish, whilst giving it varying degrees of crunch for a contrast in texture; the mustard providing an earthy note that cuts through the heaviness of both the hotdog and bread. The thick-cut fries were also delicious; crisp on the exterior and provided a good bite; it was well-seasoned with salt, whilst not being greasy.

Given how new the establishment is, there are slight teething problems with the service at times — none of which too concerning. One thing that I love absolutely about this place though is the vibes; the European-style interior fits that setting of the black-and-white house completely — a very homey look and feel that is absolutely charming and makes one feel less compelled to leave given how comfy it is. Pretty impressed with the food served here too, though portions are on the bigger side. Certainly a spot recommended to make a special visit for; great for dates too — will be back again for more!

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sorry no nice pics but here we have the bouchot mussels and roasted sea bass.
mussels were paired with white wine cream sauce.
sea bass was very tender. all flavours were well balanced. the portobello was biG. asparagus with red wine sauce that lined the plate was nice too.
friendly down to earth servers and a nice view made the experience better.

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