Sixth Ave - Bukit Timah Date Night

Sixth Ave - Bukit Timah Date Night

Featuring Meat n' Chill, SPRMRKT (Cluny Court), Peperoni Pizzeria (Greenwood), Greenwood Fish Market (Greenwood Avenue), La Petite Cuisine (Bukit Timah), The Tea Party Cafe (Sixth Avenue Centre), Ah B Cafe
Daniel Hum
Daniel Hum

Amazing food with large portions! Affordable and so worth! I ordered the flat iron steak and the signature pork ribs. The steak was juicy and cooked perfectly. The pork ribs were so tender and the meat falls off the bone effortlessly. Highly recommend! I will be back here with my family next time!

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With SPRMRKT’s move from McCallum Street to Cluny Court, residents and visitors to that part of Singapore now have a new option for all-day dining.
What makes the food here unique is that Chef-owner Joseph Yeo very much into drawing inspiration from his own life for the food he creates. I think that’s such a meaningful and lovely way to put a personal stamp on familiar dishes. For eg, the recipe for the “Cuka” or Indonesian-style vinaigrette dip that accompanied the Chilli Corn Fritters, came from his childhood nanny. She’s clearly an excellent cook because the sourish, spicy dip was a hit with all of us. Addictive and versatile, we found it paired well with other items like the Slow Roasted Pork & Goji Berry Rice Bowl ($20++) too.
From all the dishes served today, my top picks would be the Salted Egg Carbonara ($23++), the Salt-baked Beetroot with Anchovies (from the dinner menu), the aforementioned Chilli Corn Fritters ($9++) and the Matcha Red Bean Tiramisu ($13++).
I loved how the Carbonara tasted both familiar yet new. Cooked with “lap cheong”, bacon, a sous vide egg, salted egg sauce (made from freshly-grated salted eggs, not the ready-made powder), chilli padi, garlic, curry leaves, and finished with aged Parmesan, it was a most robust, spicy and very shiok pasta.
The beetroot dish, on the other hand, had a cleaner tasting profile. Chef shared that he encased the whole beetroot in salt to bake. This method retained its juiciness while muting its earthiness that some people find too strong. Having beetroot with anchovies was a first for me and I thought they were great together.

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Tossed al dente spaghetti with strips of ham. C’est Délicieux.

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I N V I T E D T A S T I N G
With SPRMRKT’s move from McCallum Street to Cluny Court, residents and visitors to that part of Singapore now have a new option for all-day dining.
What makes the food here unique is that Chef-owner Joseph Yeo very much into drawing inspiration from his own life for the food he creates. I think that’s such a meaningful and lovely way to put a personal stamp on familiar dishes. For eg, the recipe for the “Cuka” or Indonesian-style vinaigrette dip that accompanied the Chilli Corn Fritters, came from his childhood nanny. She’s clearly an excellent cook because the sourish, spicy dip was a hit with all of us. Addictive and versatile, we found it paired well with other items like the Slow Roasted Pork & Goji Berry Rice Bowl ($20++) too.
From all the dishes served today, my top picks would be the Salted Egg Carbonara ($23++), the Salt-baked Beetroot with Anchovies (from the dinner menu), the aforementioned Chilli Corn Fritters ($9++) and the Matcha Red Bean Tiramisu ($13++).
I loved how the Carbonara tasted both familiar yet new. Cooked with “lap cheong”, bacon, a sous vide egg, salted egg sauce (made from freshly-grated salted eggs, not the ready-made powder), chilli padi, garlic, curry leaves, and finished with aged Parmesan, it was a most robust, spicy and very shiok pasta.
The beetroot dish, on the other hand, had a cleaner tasting profile. Chef shared that he encased the whole beetroot in salt to bake. This method retained its juiciness while muting its earthiness that some people find too strong. Having beetroot with anchovies was a first for me and I thought they were great together.

Finally tried it! The patty is really worth the trip. Thick, juicy and done medium rare. And did I say the salad is really good too. Will be back again!

This spacious (60 indoor seats) and well-maintained cafe in Sunny Heights is one of our top picks. The decor is minimalistic, which ensures good space for dogs to roam, and the charm lies in its dog-centric details like filtered tap water at the sink, baby-proofed sharp edges and fenced outdoor space that gives pooches plenty of freedom to wander without owners fearing they would slip out. Sunny Heights offers free parking, plus the place is part of a complex that includes a doggy pool and pet groomer, which justifies the drive out to this part of Bukit Timah. While pets roam and play, humans can feast on real, good food (all free from MSG) like Salmon Teriyaki Rice ($19.80) and Duck Pasta ($17.80). Pro tip: The cafe only allows pet food from nearby Bossipaws. It also gets crowded on weekends, so make reservations.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Randy Lim

You can choose up to two flavours to please the crowd, and I would highly recommend their Pancetta. The combination of cured bacon, oozy sunny side up and sliced tomatoes can never go wrong! The chilli crab will satiate those who are into local flavours with its sweet tomato sauce and bold herbal taste thanks to the coriander.

My favourite thing about this place is that all mains come with a soup and a glass of ice lemon tea! Most of the pastas are priced at $8.50 (for the whole set) so I found it really affordable. I heard that the carbonara was their specialty but I’ve always been one to prefer Al Funghi over Carbonara so I chose that instead. Overall it was pretty good even though I wasn’t expecting them to use what I thought was canned mushrooms in a dish where the mushroom should be the star BUT for the price paid, I think it’s not too bad. The cream wasn’t too thick which I enjoyed even though I know some people prefer it creamier. The duck pizza was also really really flavourful!

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Not a crazy foodie, but looking to improve the quality of my daily life without busting my wallet!

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