182 Cecil Street
#02-12/13 Frasers Tower
Singapore 069547

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Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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Mod-Sin always attracts me. I never tried Wild Rocket so it's good chef Willin Low created Roketto. This is another popular dish and very fusion lol. The "oyster omelette" was represented by several big battered oysters and a few strips of egg. It's not as spicy as rumoured. Quite shiok.

Mod-Sin always attracts me. I never tried Wild Rocket so it's good chef Willin Low created Roketto. This fuses prata, pizza and basil minced meat. Decent flavour and interesting texture that's between prata and pizza. But it's sooo little.

Mod-Sin always attracts me. I never tried Wild Rocket so it's good chef Willin Low created Roketto. This snack is very popular, but was exactly how you imagine, like fried chicken skin lor. The lime mayo helped but still not special lah.

Mod-Sin always attracts me. I never tried Wild Rocket so it's good chef Willin Low created Roketto. This tapas was probably the best thing of the night. The pork was smoky with a nice bite, the spicy satay sauce was rich, and the pineapple shallot salsa was refreshing. If I had any feedback, it would be that together they're less than their sum, distracting from each other.

Amazing dining experience at this playful and bold mod sin izakaya taking inspiration from asian local flavors. They have a pretty extensive list of small and medium plates and cocktails inspired by the origins of our 5 pillars - indian, chinese, malay and Peranakan/Eurasian. 3 of us shared 4 small plates and 3 medium plates We were impressed (mostly yes) with everything we ordered and another trip is highly necessary to try the rest of the menu!

1. Har Cheong Pork Belly [$8.90] - Thinly sliced pork belly marinated with fermented prawn paste and fried to a crisp. Comes with Kafir lime aioli. Be warned, highly addictive!

2. Tandoori Beef papadum nachos [$8.50] - crispy papadum comes with tandoori beef mince, yoghurt and cheese sauce!

3. Iberico secreto satay [$10.80] I always have a soft spot for satay, and this one is not to be missed! Very well seasoned iberico pork, comes with Javanese satay sauce and a very refreshing pineapple salsa. Bingo!

4. “Orh luak” oyster omelette spaghettini [$20] If you like oyster omelette, you should try this! Comes with juicy plump oysters, with some extra heat from the spicy dried shrimp chili.

5. “La zi Ji” popcorn chicken [$8] Another must order! The Szechuan peppercorn was extremely tantalizing on those golden brown crispy chicken thigh chunks. I’ll say this version is even better than some chinese restaurants I have been to.

6. Miso spring onion 3 cheese spring onion prata pizza [$13.80] Not the most outstanding dish of the night. I guess it’s just cheese on very crispy prata 😂

7. Aburaage Rojak salad [$12.80] Super interesting dish that takes the classic rojak to the next level! This version comes with aburaage (fried Japanese tofu), tiger prawn, jicama, mango topped with bonito flakes. The best part would have been to be the hae gor (prawn paste) ice cream with grated ginger torch flower. Love love the punchy rich prawn essence encapsulated in a creamy milky cold version. Amazing! Could eat that on its own 😋

8. Deep fried Matcha latte [$8] - deep fried matcha milk cubes, comes with whipped adzuki. Not bad!

9. Chendol [$8.50] - pandan panna cotta, house made honeycomb, gula melaka and coconut ice cream. A tad sweet though no better way to end the delicious meal.

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If it’s been a while since you’ve ventured into the CBD for a meal, I reckon now’s the perfect time as it’s actually very pleasant in the evenings without the office crowds (most are still WFH). That’s why I’d suggested Roketto Izakaya by Willin Low to Annette for our overdue catch-up.
I desperately wanted everything on his Modern Singaporean (Mod Sin) menu. All of the food looked so good! But since there was just the two of us, it wasn’t humanly possible. Tried our best though, kicking off with the insanely crunchy Har Jeong Pork Keropok dipped in aromatic mayo ($8.90). It must be some kind of an unwritten rule that anyone who walks in has to order this because as the evening progressed, I noticed it kept appearing on every table.
We each had a serving of the Scallop “Her Kiao” Glass Noodles to ourselves - honestly, it’s too delicious to share. Initially, when I read that it contains peanut butter, my eyebrows rose in skepticism. They fell immediately after my first bite - wow... it works beautifully with the spicy marmite sauce. And the scallops in the springy fish paste skin were excellent ($9.80). A must-order.
Trust Willin a.k.a. the “Godfather of Mod Sin” to come up with a Prata Pizza topped with Miso Spring Onions and Three Cheeses ($13.80). I was rolling my eyes in pleasure while inhaling the fragrant, flaky-crispy thing.
His “atas” take on Chinese-style Satay was also a delight. It featured grilled Iberico Secreto pork topped with a Javanese satay sauce and finished with pineapple shallot salsa ($10.80 for 2 heftier-than-average sticks).
There’s a very good reason why Roketto’s “Orh Luak” Oyster Omelette Spaghettini ($20) kept popping up on so many people’s IG Stories throughout the Circuit Breaker - IT’S DAMN TASTY LAH! I implore you to do yourself a favour and try this ASAP. But take note, the “hae bee hiam” sambal pulls no punches.
I wolfed down the Asian Tofu and Mesclun Salad with sesame dressing. Yes, it ain’t roketto science (haha, see what I did there? 😆) but I liked the simple yet flavourful mix.

If you are into all things Mod Sin, here’s an exciting piece of news. @nutmegandclove is doing a Cocktail Pop-Up at Roketto Izakaya from 1st to 31st July (it started yesterday). So don’t procrastinate if you love the sound of Singapore-inspired cocktails to pair. Swiftly secure a booking for maximum Mod Sin mayhem by calling:

6904 5458

OR WhatsApp-ing:

8189 6417.

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