Gather

633 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
What We Love
  • Curated apparel & homeware
  • Raffles Hotel’s old school charm with a touch of minimalism
  • Galettes, crepes, sandwiches, bakes
  • Burnt Caramel Crepe,Salami & Potatoes Galette

328 North Bridge Road
#01-12 Raffles Hotel Arcade
Singapore 188719

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Wednesday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Thursday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Friday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Saturday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
08:00am - 08:00pm

Monday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

Tuesday:
08:00am - 06:00pm

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This is a very pricey cup of iced chocolate, but we decided to try it out since it’s so popular - we saw a cup on almost every table!

Presentation was on point, but taste wise, it didn’t feel worth the price tag. I wasn’t a big fan of the powdery and sugary bits, though I appreciated how it wasn’t as milky as many other chocolate drinks.

Had the chance to revisit Gather recently — the only other time that we were here was during their initial days of opening pre-pandemic. Whilst only serving galettes and crepes previously, Gather had since expanded their offerings to include a “breakfast” section that features Ronin’s Frenchie (i.e. the French Toast from the now-defunct Ronin) and a “lunch” section — the former only being served on weekdays from 11:30am that sees items such as Keema Curry and Spaghetti Vongole being served.

Also new to its menu is the Kaya under the “Sweet Crepe” section — the item features Raffles Signature Kaya Jam, Creme Fraiche and Bordier Butter; this is also the only item that is an attempt on local fusion at Gather. Beautifully plated, the crepe here seemingly takes the shape of a rose; the other elements listed in the menu description are intricately plated around the crepe. Slicing down the crepe with a fork and knife, it is noted that the texture of the crepe seems slightly different to the galettes and sweet crepes that we had tried during our previous visit — the Kaya comes with a crepe that is chewier; something that is akin to that of a thinner version of the rolled Min Jiang Kueh (i.e. Peanut Pancake) that was especially fragrant, which seems to be a move to further incorporate local elements into the dish. While the Raffles Signature Kaya Jam is being plated around the crepe, it does seem that the same can be found within the crepe itself — the jam is undeniably smooth and rich in a way unlike the slightly grainier texture of that from commercially-sold Kaya from supermarkets; luscious and has an intricate balance of coconut and Pandan notes, though was also a tad bit on the sweet side so it was good that they weren’t too generous with the Kaya here. The Creme Fraiche helps to add a bit of a more neutral hint of sweetness here, but it is the Bordier Butter that makes all the difference — the salted butter adds that hint of saltishness that went had together with the crepe, adds that note that is akin to Cheese Min Jiang Kueh that was really intriguing; pretty much a surprise to the taste buds.

The folks at Gather are pretty consistent at their craft so it is probably to no surprise to us that we loved the Kaya Sweet Crepe — that is especially so consider how we are pretty much also suckers to the local Kaya Butter Toast, and this is essentially just that in crepe form though undoubtedly also a variant that is zhng-ed with more premium ingredients such as Raffles Signature Kaya Jam and Bordier Butter. That being said, we were more impressed with the combination of flavours here — the flavour profiles here are something that was out of our expectations; no doubt an item that sounded simple on paper, but has a lot of thought going into it. This also probably the reason why Gather has pretty much stayed popular despite being around for a while now; the Kaya Sweet Crepe is an item that we probably will develop cravings for, and something that we are likely to make return trips here too!

slow-cooked minced veal, beef & pork bolognese, gruyère, cheddar & egg

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When @gathershop.co shared about new weekday lunch items on their Instagram, I immediately wishlisted the Keema Curry ($18). Made it down last Friday to have it and confirmed what I’d felt in my bones - it’s a real gem!
Co-owner @huishaan revealed to me that the dish was inspired by a particular curry restaurant in Japan that bossman @vincteng used to frequent. I could see the country’s influence in the precise, minimalist style of presentation. But there’s clearly a maximalist approach when it came to the taste.
That neat circle of minced chicken and pork curry on a bed of Japanese rice was by no means meek and mild. Instead, it was strikingly complex in aroma and flavour. The level of spiciness, being at an inviting medium, should please the majority. I loved that the curry was presented with an onsen egg on top (it added a silky lusciousness) as well as slices of house-pickled beetroot (those brought a welcome palate-cleansing crunch after mouthfuls of the rich meaty curry rice).
Do note this dish, along with the other lunch items, are only available on weekdays from 11.30am onwards.

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White Coffee, 5oz ($5++) was weak & it felt like I was drinking milk. Wouldn't recommend...

On the brighter side, though, service here was very attentive & the staff always made sure my glass of water was topped up & full.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats only
📱 Accepts GrabPay
🔊 Acoustics indoors are very echo-ey
📶 No free WiFi
💦 Water is not chargeable

Comparing against previous reviews - looks like Gather has upped the price of the Off the Bone Galette ($18++). It had good texture, but the flavours were just ordinary. A bit too salty for me. I wasn't expecting too much from ham, gruyere, cheddar & egg though, tbh.

In all, this felt like an overpriced tea time snack... Glad I tried it once, but unfortunately I personally wouldn't return for more.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats only
📱 Accepts GrabPay
🔊 Acoustics indoors are very echo-ey
📶 No free WiFi
💦 Water is not chargeable

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