3 Temasek Boulevard
#01-434 Suntec City
Singapore 038983

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11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

11:30am - 10:30pm

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Order Lobster Pasta And Beef Ribs - only two dishes nice here.
Fried rice is worse than tze char. Uncle roger confirm roast them for not knowing how to make proper fried rice.
Luncheon meat fries alr salty, still add salt after frying.
1kg of pork ribs is too much, just get the 500g will do - not sweet enough. Request for more sauce.

Nice place to eat with great ambience & friendly staffs. The menu has great mix of local & Western food & nice soju drinks. Slipper Lobster Pasta & Soju Sangria are nice. Crab meat aglio olio is ok only. Will be back for sure.

Brought my family and in-laws here and it was a pleasant experience! :) my favourites: crab meat aglio olio, lobster pasta and the truffle fries. The spicy prawn pasta was a little weird (fusion style pasta) but otherwise we enjoyed the other mains!

PSA: the food can get pretty spicy. I love spice so I was good with it, but if you’re not a fan of the chillies then you should ask them to turn down the heat for some of the pastas.

Bonus! They had happy hour so we enjoyed several rounds of the 1-1 drinks on top of the usual 1-1 deals. The yuzu umeshu was nice and refreshing!

A very huge restaurant located in the middle of Suntec City, with really chill vibes within and house wine only cost $5 during their happy hour.. We used the Entertainer app of 1-for-1 main dish and these are the two mains we ordered; Slipper Lobster Pasta and ST Louis Pork Ribs.

Loving their Slipper Lobster Pasta, upon the first bite, it is really creamy and there is a slight tingling spicy after taste sensation. Also, there is generous lobster meat given in this dish!

Next up, the ST Louis Pork Ribs, where it is tilted towards the sweeter taste instead of savory, which isn’t my style. However, the chilli sauce provided is a savior as it is savoury-spicy taste, neutralising the taste of the ribs. It is still not as good as Bali (opps).

Lastly, their truffle fries aren't really worth it, as they just mix the truffle oil into their mayo, and it tastes pretty heavy on the mayo, while it still costs about $11.

🤤 3.5/5
💸 $25/pax (using entertainer app)
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In their Bangers & Mash (S$22.00), there was an assortment of chicken and pork sausages, a generous scoop of mashed potatoes, some greens and some onion rings, making it perfect for sharing or for pairing with a pint of beer (or two).

Although the flavours were really quite average, I would suppose that the dish was suitable for kids or for sharing if one wasn’t picky with the meats and carbs.


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Tried both beef short ribs and pork ribs as both are chef recommendation in the menu. Beef short ribs taste better.