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27 Club Street
Singapore 069413

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Monday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
05:00pm - 12:00am

Sunday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Yet another restaurant that attempts to hipsterfy local food. Expect food that’s triple the price and triple the disappointment.

What didn’t work:
1. Beef rendang tacos that were served with stale skins and fatty meat. Cold coconut stew as well
2. White bait fish which were probably sitting in the kitchen for a little too long
3. Karage drenched in way too much sweet sauce
4. Umami fries that were essentially Macs fries coated with takoyaki sauce. Seaweed shaker fries would probably give you more satisfaction level

The only saving grace was the snapper which came with a nice refreshing relish. Although the portion could have been bigger for $18

$18 for 4 slices of raw amberjack- which is ok if it was great. However it was drenched heavily in an extremely sour and spicy sauce - that didn’t do any justice to the raw cuts of fish.

Prawn meepok was great but at$18 I expect a damn bloody good plate.

We left after that hungry and went in search for proper hawker food.

TLDR/ Come if you like overpriced tiny portions of “elevated” local food.

Start your meal with this explosive combi of sliced amberjack in a delightly punchy calamansi and chilli sauce (don’t underestimate the heat!). It somehow reminded me fondly of the “ceviche” you used to be able to get from porridge stalls.😂 Definitely one of those dishes that leaves an impression, and gets you ready for more good food to come.

5 Likes

H O S T E D
Brined in orange juice and rum, the twice-roasted chicken is sheer joy to eat as it’s so juicy and tender ($15 for a half, $28 for a whole). Spread over it is an appetising spring onion, garlic and ginger relish - it tastes a lot like the kind of dip you get when you order roast meats in Hongkong. Another item on their extensive menu worth getting for sure.

2 Likes

Feature Cold Capellini Noodles.
Cold capellini cooked al dente, served with Coconut truffle cream and salted egg yolk, top with fish roe and tempura crumb for the crunch.
💰$15.
📍Izy Fook.
27 Club street.

H O S T E D
Sharply sour from calamansi lime and fiercely spicy, the “kampung” dressing is what makes this local version of Amberjack Ceviche completely irresistible to me.
It is one of the many dishes at Izy Fook that exemplify the culinary team‘s understanding of what would appeal to many Singaporeans’ palate, and very possibly, their expat friends’ too.

3 Likes
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