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Quentin's The Eurasian Restaurant (Ceylon Road)

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People will tell you that the best Eurasian food in Singapore is found not in restaurants but in homes, cooked from recipes handed down through the generations. This restaurant is a community to celebrate Eurasian cuisine. Be sure to try their Devil Chicken Curry, Seybak, Feng, Prawn Bostador and Roast Beef.

139 Ceylon Road
Eurasian Community House
Singapore 429744

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

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

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

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


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

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

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Pasteis de Bachalau ($13.50++) is basically Portuguese salt cod fritters. Salt cold is mixed with potatoes and fried in batter. I love Bachalau and haven’t had it since my holiday in Portugal. This dish certainly brought back wonderful memories.

Eurasian cuisine is one of the most under the radar cuisines in Singapore. But their food has always intrigued me as I’ve heard many things of how spicy Devil’s curry is. Quentin’s is one of the very few establishments in Singapore to serve Eurasian cuisine.

It was an obvious choice for me to try the Curry Debal, commonly known as Devil’s curry ($20.80++). Traditionally eaten on Boxing Day, it’s a dish that’s cooked with leftovers from Christmas. The curry includes mustard seeds, chilli padi and vinegar. Quentin’s version can be served with either chicken or oxtail, bacon bones, cocktail sausages, potatoes, cabbage and cucumber.

It may not seem to spicy at first bite but you’ll only feel spice effect several mouthfuls later. So err with caution. As my spice tolerance is rather high, I would request for the dish to be made spicier the next time to see if this version truly lives up to its name.

Nestled on Ceylon Road is this restaurant in the Eurasian Community House that's perfect for lively dinners with loved ones. Not only do they have great live music, they have a dedicated indoor playground fitted with a ball pit, toy car ride-ons, and even a library — so the whole fam is kept entertained! Go straight for the tangy Babi Assam ($20.80) that the kids can enjoy as its not too spicy. Otherwise, choose the addictively delicious Fretu Bendi ($18) that sees okra fried with mustard seed, curry leaves, fried chillies and turmeric. For dessert, opt for their Signature Sugee Cake ($10) made with semolina and almond, the perfect treat for the young and old!
Photo by Burppler Shawn Loh


The infamous Bluder Cake 🎂 at @QuentinsSg with about 20 egg 🥚 yolks in it.
No it’s not available on the menu.
One of the dishes which we had during the #OnTheRedDotCh5 Heritage Food Trail by @mediacorpch5 .
It was quite dense which reminded one of a certain kueh.
Quentin’s, The Eurasian Restaurant
Address 🏠 : 139 Ceylon Road, Eurasian Community House, Singapore 🇸🇬 429 744
Tel ☎️ : 6348 0327
Open 💈 :
Tue - Fri : 11.30am - 2.30pm, 6.30pm - 10.30pm
Sat, Sun : 11am - 2pm, 3pm - 5.30pm, 6.30pm - 10.30pm
Website 🌐 : http://www.quentins.com.sg
MRT 🚇 : Dakota (CC8)
Note 📝 : Take bus 🚌 16 or 33

Got to know about this restaurant from #nocfoodking . Decided to give it a go as Eurasian cuisine was pretty rare and piqued our interest.
Ambience is cozy and suitable for group or family gatherings. We were there on a Thursday night and there was a liveband belting out oldies. The food was decent but portioning was generous for 2 people. The Babi Assam had a thick gravy with a tinge of tanginess but we would've enjoyed it more if it was spicier. Patchri, a grilled sweet & sour eggplant dish, was interesting but failed to wow us.

What we ordered:

Babi Assam × 1 = S$ 20.80
Patchri × 1 = S$ 7.70
Rice × 1 = S$ 3
Arora Cabnet Red Glass × 1 = S$ 16.50
Draft Beer - Pint × 1 = S$ 11
17% ( Svc Charge + GST) = S$ 10.44
Total Paid= S$ 69.44

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Signature sugee cake, it is a traditional Eurasian cake made of semolina and almond.

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