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136 Telok Ayer Street
Singapore 068601

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07:30am - 09:00pm

08:30am - 04:00pm

08:30am - 04:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

07:30am - 09:00pm

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These are horrid. Bread is not toasted and tandoori chicken was clearly not cooked for people who have actually eaten it before. They basically put a salad in between bread. At least w Burpple it was worth it

Second visit, still the same been seated outside but totally different experience. It was a rainy day during my first visit, so feel very comfort. But, this time the weather was very hot.
Taste wise, it's yummy. Perhaps it will be a cold weather on next visit.

nice drinks and food just to end the long week hehe

The salmon was super fresh and tender! Salmon skin was really crispy too! The hummus was sour when eaten alone but was a good complement to the cauliflower and cherry tomatoes. The pomegranate seeds added texture to the whole dish too. Worth a try with 1 for 1 promotion!

50% off with Burpple beyond! So worth it! The salmon skin was surprisingly very crispy. The roasted cauliflower and humus added a unique taste to this dish


Went to Sarnies for dinner on a Friday night and was pleasantly surprised that it wasnt very crowded at 7pm. We could easily get a table for five inside the restaurant.

I ordered the spiced roadkill chicken,$18 (original price)/$9 (with burpple 50% off). The serving of the chicken was huge because it was the whole chicken. The meat was tender and soft other than the breast meat which got alittle too dry/much for me closer to the end of the meal. I couldnt finish the dish myself.

My friends on the other hand got the grass-fed ribeye, $18 (original price)/ $9 (with burpple 50% off). Unfortunately, the beef looked deceivingly tender because it ended up being very rubbery and tough. They spent half the time chewing. They did comment that the truffle side sauce was good though but generally would not recommend getting the dish.

Other than that, Sarnies has happy hour for $8/$9 for wine/house pour so if you are looking for some drinks with dinner. I guess its decently priced.

Maybe their pastas or sandwiches are good, till next time!