96 Somerset Road
#01-01 Pan Pacific Serviced Suites
Singapore 238163

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10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

10:00am - 10:30pm

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Would not be back again even with the deal :'(
Look at my scrambled eggs carbonara 🤮
Their coffee was also way too acidic for my liking.
Columbus / PV coffee >

Ordered the most expensive main here and it was disappointing. The steak was not very well done n eggs are wayyy too salty. Coffe was also not strong enough for a regular coffee drinker. But the vibes here are great, nice place to chill.

In addition to this launch are five cocktails, concocted in collaboration with Maker’s Mark from Beam Suntory. Each of these four plant-based dishes are unique on its own, such as the Mission Impossible ($24) which pays homage to the favourite roadside/pasar malam Ramly burger. This burger contains an Impossible Meat patty wrapped in a cheese and egg omelette that is topped with ketchup, mayonnaise, Worcestershire sauce and lettuce, sandwiched between a lightly buttered brioche bun; every ingredient carefully thought of to mimic biting into the real Mccoy. If you are looking for a different bite texture, the Tindle Surprise ($22) will surely spring a surprise on you with a breaded plant-based chicken patty that is stuffed with pesto and mozzarella cheese in a buttered sesame bun, with a dollop of parmesan mayonnaise, some romaine lettuce and tomato added to it.

For the Om(g)ni Goodness ($18), the OmniPork luncheon is used in the quesadilla, with the usual mozzarella cheese and sour cream in the tortilla while the Jack’s Tuna Melt ($24) is an interpretation of the patty melt but a Karana jackfruit mix is used to replace the beef in it. The addition of kizami nori in the jackfruit mix creates the flavor reminiscent of tuna, with the avocado, tomato, onion, celery, cucumber pickles, Worcestershire sauce and Monterey Jack cheese creating a flavour bomb and texture in the buttered sourdough bread.

To go along your plant-based burgers and sandwiches, wash it down with the newly concocted five cocktails, made with Maker’s Mark bourbon whiskey, The Maker’s High Roller, High Ball ($17), Maker’s March ($18), Mark-arita ($14), Maker’s Martin ($18) and Makin’ Me Blush ($14).
✨ Oriole Coffee + Bar
📍 96 Somerset Road, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Unit 01-01, Singapore 238163
🌐 https://delivery.oriole.com.sg/en_SG/
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A palm-sized waffle, banana halved and caramelised, two scoops of rich & creamy chocolate ice-cream, topped with strawberries, blueberries, and some granola which added texture and sweetness to the dessert.

Good for sharing after having your mains there!

Generous amount of lobster meat coated in mayonnaise & lettuce stuffed into buttery brioche bun. Good combo set with creamy clam chowder, shoe string fries and coleslaw.

The last time I visited Oriole was before it revamped its menu in 2017. With its new menu, Oriole provides more options with their classic breakfast options, as well as a wide variety of mains to choose from. I decided to go for their signature truffle beef burger, choosing the meat’s doneness at medium rare. Stacked together with sautéed mushrooms, caramelised onions, melted cheese and truffle aioli, the burger was on the wet and soggier side - as a matter of personal preference, I felt that it was too soggy to my liking. Further, the bun was on the softer side, rather than one that was crisp and buttery. Despite the overall lacklustre flavour, the burger still managed to come together decently. This dish remains unimpressive, and the oddly textured fries lacking seasoning only reinforced it. Like in many cafes and bars, a burger this quality does the job. But if you’re looking for a burger to be impressed by, this would not be up for the task.