Quentin's The Eurasian Restaurant (Ceylon Road)

489 Wishlisted
~$30/pax
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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Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

We stumbled across this restaurant and was pleasantly surprised by the service and food. Really enjoyed the beef semur and the chilli that came with the keropok. The matcha lava cake at the end, topped up a lovely evening. Hope to revisit again!

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Place was very cozy, A+ customer service!!!!!!! Staff were all really friendly. Food was amazing. Got extra spicy for the devil’s ox tail, the spice is manageable with a glass of water! Prawn & fish dishes were really good. Will definitely go back. But bring a jacket if you get cold easily (:

Served as an appetiser, the chili is really the star: there are two different types of chilis, and both are great.

The Keluak Curry is a must-have: it contains a complex mix of chicken and pork belly, combined with buah keluak. The sauce was so good. The buah keluak had a bit of a liquor aftertaste.

The turmeric cabbage was nice.

The fish was really juicy and tender the sambal is pleasantly spicy. Fantastic.

Our party of 4 had 6 dishes- Bostador, ChapChye, Pot Roast Beef, Fried Spring Onions with Tofu, Chicken Devil Curry, and Permenta Fried Prawns.

All were rich in flavour, well-spiced, and value for money with Burpple Beyond.

The pot roast beef was interesting- with tender thin slices of beef slathered in a mysterious yummy brown sauce. It reminded one of us of a Sunday roast in England.

Chicken in the Devil's Curry was bathed in a refreshing curry that whets the palate. Chicken was fresh and even the breast meat was tender enough.

The Bostador was reminiscent of a dry thai curry and was absolutely delightful.

The prawns in the Permenta fried prawns were large and crunchy, albeit swimming in more than a little oil. Still yummy though.

Chap chye is average - save your tummy space for the other yummy dishes.

The ambience was also very festive and we enjoyed our dinner there. 👍

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