Kilo Kitchen

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~$50/pax
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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Wednesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Thursday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

Friday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

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

Sunday:
10:00am - 03:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
05:30pm - 12:00am

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4 months ago the entire management and team changed, so their menu hardly has any of their former bestsellers.

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The restaurant has a menu consisting of starters, mezzes, a seafood display of choice and charcoal fired grill meats, alongside a selection of cocktails and natural wines from around the world.

Diners can start off with freshly shucked Japanese Oysters ($18) with two shooters of Bloody Mary ($5) before diving straight into the appetizing Kilo Seafood Ceviche ($22), a favourite of mine with chunks of tuna, seabass and red prawn that are tossed with cured tomatoes in a homemade dressing made with fennel, radish, purple onion, fresh lime juice and extra virgin olive oil. Another showstopper is the Signature Kilo Squid Ink Rice with Crispy Calamari ($26), a unique play on textures and flavours with the marinated overnight rice that has been stir-fried with squid ink sauce complementing with the deep-fried calamari, slow-cooked egg, aioli, and a grilled lime for that added burst of refreshment.

With the open kitchen concept and the wood-fired grill, diners can opt for a selection of meats such as the Iberico Pork Ribs ($38) that has been slow-cooked for 36 hours before being grilled upon order and served with Kilo Fries and chargrilled baby lettuce and the USDA Prime Rib Eye ($68), a sizeable 350gm of beef freshly grilled and simply seasoned. For desserts, get the Citrus Lemon Tart with Cloud Meringue ($14) for a tangy refreshing end to the meal.
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✨ Kilo Singapore
📍 97 Duxton Road, Singapore 089541
🌐 https://kilo-collective.com/en/
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Fried chicken with waffle and the burger. Food was good with okay portions.
Food 4/5
Portions 3/5

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Always go to the Kilo in Bali, so naturally had to try the one in Singapore. This is my standard order and the EbIKO pasta + tuna tartare. That’s all you really need! You’re welcome

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It’s hard not to love a simple, well-executed cream-based pasta sauce that’s as rich in flavour as it is light on the palate. It’s thick enough to thoroughly coat each strand of pasta, yet light enough to be a great canvas for the smoky garlic grilled prawns tossed in, as well as the generous heaps of sweet, briny ebiko. Tbh I found the sauce a wee too salty that night, but I’m guessing it’s a one-off cause the seasoning’s usually pretty much spot on.

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I’ve been hoping to try this Numbing Burrata ($25) for so long, you’d notice I couldn’t resist slicing into it even before I got my shot. This dish is such an absolute stroke of genius, why hasn’t anyone done this before? You’ve got a big ball of creamy, luscious, cold burrata sitting on a bed of their housemade mala oil that, imma be honest, really champions that numbing peppercorn element without branding your tongue with a poker iron. And then there’s the refreshing cubes of cucumber and crunchy, buttery croutons as a canvas to mop everything up. I loved that I could actually taste all the different flavours on the plate and that, regardless of how vastly distinct they are, everything came together seamlessly.

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