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501 Bukit Timah Road
#02-01 Cluny Court
Singapore 259760

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09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

09:00am - 10:00pm

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Can’t decide between oyster omelette (or luak) or pasta? Try Relish’s Roketto Oyster Omelette Spaghettini ($22.80+). Having seen this making its rounds on Instagram, I was determined to give this dish a try.

Imagine the combination of fresh oysters, omelette and spicy hae bee hiam (dried shrimp sambal) in a pasta dish. I was truly taken away by this.

The hae bee hiam was indeed very spicy (especially for those who can’t handle chilli so well) and had strong umami flavour, but it didn’t challenge my taste buds in any way.

There’s a good amount of egg batter and fresh, plump oysters in the dish. I can imagine having this when dining in. The or luak batter would’ve been so crispy.

It’s a wonderful spin on the timeless East Asian classic and a testament of how good Mod-Sin cuisine can be. Purists may balk at the idea but they may change their mind after eating this.

Available during CB for takeaway and delivery.

One of the best things to eat after a workout. This lovely platter ($20.80) came with eggs (normally scrambled but I requested poached), sourdough, cherry tomatoes, a sausage, mushrooms and roasted potatoes.

The poached egg didn't have that flowy lava explosion unfortunately. But usually these eggs are a hit or miss. Still, letting the yolk soak into the sourdough made the exchange from scrambled to poached worth it.

The tomatoes were plump and juicy with well-cooked, tender mushrooms. The sausage was so juicy it dripped juices as I cut into it. And the roast potatoes were so crispy without being oily.

I loved the decor and ambience of this cafe, with windows letting natural sunlight stream in, real plants hanging everywhere and very vintagey decorations. The restaurant was quiet and peaceful, and my dining partner and I had such a cosy, intimate brunch. :)

Finally tried Relish by Wild Rocket!!!!! I had the seafood burger with lemon mayo, fries and a salad! The burger itself was definitely the star of the show and the portion is HUUUUUGE could probably share amongst 2 people! The patty was thick and packed with chunks of squid, prawns, crab and fish, all breaded and fried into one glorious patty on top of a toasted bun! Fries were average, crispy but nothing to shout about but the salad was pretty good! There was a citrusy vinaigrette and it complemented the punchy flavours of the seafood burger perfectly! Relish also offers other mains such as pasta, breakfast items and fish and chips but I would definitely recommend the burgers - they have a huge selection of innovate flavours like char siew burger on focaccia, and a Ramlee burger (that has been upgraded from your regular Ramly burger!). Price-wise the burger ended up at around $28 after tax so it’s slightly pricey but the big portions make up for it! Do come down and try it for yourself, the ambience was cozy and relaxed, definitely a place to hit up if you have the cash to spare!

Finally tried out this place! Didn’t regret ordering the beef cheek cuz it was super tender and yummy, plus a number of other diners also ordered that. The portion sizes served over here are also substantial!
• Bacon & Cheese Beef Burger ($19.90)
• Beef Cheek ($25.80)


Ordered this via delivery thus the unaesthetic takeaway boxes 😅😅 Pricey for average tasting cafe food. Not sure if the ambience at the actual restaurant will make it worth the price, but the food wasn’t enough to justify the price tag. Parmesan wings were crispy and well battered, but could not taste the cheesiness of the batter at all. Beef burger was a decent-to-good burger, but definitely not worth the $22, with the only saving grace being the thick patty and refreshing sauce with a citrusy kick. But I must say their carbonara was pretty darn good?? The cream was thick and heavy and coated every single strand so well, and they were generous with the thick fatty bacon bits and wow the onsen egg was just the cherry on top. If anything, get the pasta cause they know how to do a good pasta, but other than that a bit too pricey for the quality 😕😕

Scrambled eggs, sourdough bread and coffee. :) affordable and simple breakfast set. Beautiful scenery overlooking the balcony and really cosy ambience :)