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Eclectic woodfired restaurant. Craft beers, wines and cocktails.

109 Rowell Road
Singapore 208033

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11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

10:00am - 04:00pm


11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

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Tender and soft, no gamey taste at all. Portion is really small though

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Trying something different from my usual sashimi dons/grain bowls! This was surprisingly good. The meat of the barramundi was soft and flaky while the squid-ink crust added a nice bite to the dish. I really liked the accompanying mixed sprouts salad that had a refreshing dressing to it. Do get their wood-fired sourdough which we later paired with the avocado sauce on this plate. 💯 However, at a price of $28, it is a tad pricey and I would only come back if there are still burrple discounts!

Didn’t remember what was part of this dish, so when we saw how black it was I was initially wondering if that was charred bits of the fish and whether we should eat it. I must say it was surprisingly moist, and the squid ink crust complemented the fish well! Pistachio pesto was fresh and nice too, but perhaps not as nice as the Avo dip (that came with 4 crisp-on-the-outside yet soft-inside slices of sourdough bread).

Perfectly cooked asparagus with just the right amount of char. First time trying it with burrata - flavours went really well together.


Thanks to Burpple Beyond, we ordered the blackened barramundi and the lamb dish. Both were well presented and delicious. LOVED the texture of the fish... I just wish there was more of that green sauce! We also ordered the eggplant dish. I'm not a big eggplant fan but loved this. Amazing sourdough bread!! Loved the wine choices as well. Great service and ambiance.

Love the combination of nduja and burrata. Nduja is a spicy spreadable pork salumi made with pork shoulder, back fat, belly and a generous hit of spicy Calabrian peppers. A little goes a long way and it most definitely packs a punch, cutting through the richness of the creamy burrata!