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Kilo Kitchen

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Kilo is a food and watering den located by the Kallang River. Through our snug space and Japanese and Italian inspired comfort food, we wish to communicate good times where soulful food, tasty music and heartfelt conversations meld. We hope to see you by the river soon.

97 Duxton Road
Singapore 089541

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10:00am - 03:00pm


05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

05:30pm - 12:00am

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

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Crispy eggplant with shanghai sauce, grilled avocado with yuba, burrata in mala, cow tongue taco, squid ink rice clay pot style, grilled beets were all v yummy!

Curried Scrambled Eggs, Potato Tostones. Visited Kilo Kitchen for their new weekend brunch menu which had was recently launched just two weekends ago. A pretty safe option to go for, the BBQ Grilled Thick Bacon is also rather satisfying; the slabs of thick bacon were juicy and succulent, savoury and smoky from the grilling process; a sheer pleasure for meat lovers. Whilst the curried scrambled eggs carried only a rather light hint of curry, the eggs were pretty well-executed too; creamy and runny being just moist enough and without being too wet. The Potato Tostones were also delicious; the chunky potatoes providing a good bite, whilst being well-seasoned with salt for flavour and also came with crisp curry leaves to further enhance the Asian theme of the other elements on the plate. A pretty quality brunch item; all that in a modern, chic environment that really works well for the lazy weekend brunch.


Sleek decor, well-stocked bar and impressive open kitchen (wood-fired grill, anyone?) — this chic spot along Duxton Road doles out delicious sharing plates that's perfect for dinner with the gang. Must-orders include the Pan ($7), consisting of a grilled potato focaccia and fragrant confit garlic and shallot adobo dip, and the crispy-outside, tender-inside Grilled Rainbow Trout ($46).
Photo by Burppler Alicia Kho


Oh lord. I’m a sucker for bread, so when I was presented with this plate of grilled fermented potato focaccia (just look at those beautiful char marks!), I knew I was in for a treat. One bite into the carby goodness and it all hit me - fluffy, crunchy and a little bit sweet yet cheesy - the deed was done. Sold. Those slightly muted flavours from the focaccia also paired well with the confit garlic and shallot adobo dip, which was fragrant, garlicky and harboured a slightly spicy kick from paprika.


The much raved about wood-fired grill at this establishment shines in this dish. The smoky aftertaste contrasted with the natural creaminess of avocado was divine. Nice play on texture with the crispy buckwheat puffs and on taste with the zingy ponzu sauce. Interesting use of yuba (Japanese soy bean milk skin), which was really light and perhaps not very memorable in this.


Possibly my favourite dish here. Looks simple, but certainly isn’t in terms of flavour profile. Fresh tuna, octopus and snapper tossed in a tangy dressing comprising of lime, red peppers and onions. Loved how there was the addition of some corn (?) crisps that provided a nice contrast in mouthfeel. Delish.