50 South Bridge Road
Singapore 058682

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05:30pm - 02:00am

05:30pm - 03:00am

05:30pm - 03:00am


05:30pm - 02:00am

05:30pm - 02:00am

05:30pm - 02:00am

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Not the cheapest place, but LUMO definitely had one of the best ambiance, food and cocktails!

Personally I like their Lavender Brew ($20) & Devil Breeze ($22). The lavender hits you first before the aroma and flavor of the espresso comes to you. A spirit forward yet well balanced drink. In contrast the Devil’s breeze is a pretty cooling and refreshing drink with the watermelon blend. All their cocktails is so goood and affordable!

We started with their Smoked Cod Liver Taramasalata ($18). It’s something very different. I was expecting like pate style but it’s smooth, citrusy and creamy with that umaminess from the cavier. So goood. Their Sakura Pork Chop ($36) & Argentinian Ribeye ($42) is done to perfection too. They are pretty lightly seasoned so you could taste the original sweetness. The flavors are brightened up with their jus and salt, mustard served at the side. The Sakura Pork was melt in your mouth, moist and tender with the fat ratio.

After which ending the meal with their Apple Wood Smoked Ice Cream ($13) was the right choice. The flavors is mind blowing good. It’s an interesting combination of something sweet, yet light and cool from the cucumber, then with something savory like butter corn, and further elevated with Icelandic sea salt giving that burst of flavors all in one mouth.

This is so gooood! Can’t wait to go back to try their other cocktails and dishes!

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Homemade capellini, oxtail consommè, shimeiji, wagyu oil, shiso flower. Taste like meepok soup. Don’t order.

It should be mandated that you get acquainted with this signature at Lumo. Grilled over apple-wood and oat-wood fire, this dish was smoky and luscious. Love that it has a good mix of lean and fatty cuts and every piece was fall-off-the-bone-tender.

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Lumo’s cauliflower steak will make you fall head over heels with this humble and underrated vegetable. The cauliflower was pan-seared and oven-baked for that alluring hue. It arrived piping hot (+10 points) and liberally coated with togarashi aioli (atas mayo). The exterior was crunchy and interior soft, smoky, creamy. 🤤🥰 Not to be missed.

Favourite dishes were scallops and cauliflower steak

We also had pork, wagyu beef, aged chicken wings and coco maria dessert (hazelnut mousse) and a complimentary slice of brownie (dry)

Not a place i would revisit or highly recommend


Lumo is the latest venture by veteran chef Martin Wong, who used to run Mythz & Myths. A sleek restaurant and cocktail bar along South Bridge Road, this is where you'll find Modern European creations like Aged Chicken Mid-Wings ($17) that've been aged and cooked over woodfire, as well as an aromatic Sakura Pork Chop ($36). Their drinks are based on the concept of breakfast. Try the Stevie J ($20), a Manhattan-type drink with notes of baked apples.
Photo by Burppler Justin Teo