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55 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089155

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11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am

11:30am - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 12:00am


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The standout dish in this establishment and I can totally understand its popularity. The gooey cheesecake has a tinge of blue cheese flavour which I adore.

Must order.

They didn’t allow dine-in if you only have dessert (but just check in cos some people were allowed to dine there🤷🏻‍♀️). So here’s the Burnt cheesecake which (kinda) survived my ride home!

Despite its looks, this was fantastic. Oozy, incredibly creamy with distinct blue cheese flavour, on a buttery crust. Didn’t feel too heavy nor jelak. Loved it!


Despite its looks, this was fantastic. Oozy, incredibly creamy with distinct blue cheese flavour, on a buttery crust. Didn’t feel too heavy nor jelak. Loved it!


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You know how snacks are like little tidbits of small talk punctuating an otherwise ho-hum chat; well, this Octopus, Crispy Pork Belly, and Potato Foam ($35) is basically a deep, intense conversation you just wanna keep delving into. You’ve got this blanket of ethereal whipped potato foam, that’s rather sensual actually, hiding chunks of crispy, unctuous pork belly and tender octopus so well every bite’s pretty much a surprise. I mean I LITERALLY don’t know if I was scooping up pork or octopus lol but really they were both fab anyway. Pulling it all into a harmonious explosion of flavours is a bed of sweet caramelised onions, and an exceedingly punchy beef jus. Every element is perfectly executed and complementary, there’s really nothing — nothing at all — about this dish I can possibly criticise. It’s just sooooo good.


What I really appreciate here is how Olivia Restaurant seems to understand that, less can really be more. It’s not uncommon to see restaurants pile on loads of premium ingredients (think mountains of shaved truffles/caviar), cause most can’t get enough of them; but Olivia uses just a touch of each in this thin grilled cheese sandwich, resulting in a dish that’s perfectly balanced while still proving to be a sheer force of flavour. You get the rich cured iberico and sharp cheese on the first bite, rounded off by the earthy, mellow truffles towards the end. There’s just enough of each element to make you go “wow” and crave for more, which I think is just immensely commendable — especially from a business’ perspective.

My mum yelled "Paella?!" when this came to our table 😂 No it isn't paella, but Olivia Restaurant’s Black Rice with Carabinero Prawn ($32) is among their most lauded dishes besides their super instgrammable cheesecake — and for very good reasons. Overlooking those stunningly grilled prawns, the rice alone is worthy of praise. It's creamy and robust, having absorbed the briny squid ink broth it's been slowly cooked in, and carries a slightly smoky flavour which, I'm not too sure came from the rice alone or was imparted from the grilled prawns. Slip in a bite of the sweet prawns with your spoon of rice and, trust me, you would want for nothing more. Except maybe everything else on their menu.