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1657 Wishlisted
Eclectic woodfired restaurant. Craft beers, wines and cocktails.

109 Rowell Road
Singapore 208033

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10:00am - 04:00pm


05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

05:00pm - 11:00pm

11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 11:00pm

10:00am - 11:00pm

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There’s just NOTHING about this Ribeye Bowl ($20) we didn’t enjoy. First off you’ve got the generous portion of well-seasoned Australian ribeye grilled to a perfect medium-rare, super juicy and succulent, boasting those crisp, charred edges we (at least I) all love. Then there’s the creamy and fresh avo dip (very much like a pureed guacamole), poached eggs with the gorgeous runny yolk, and man those soft and tender grilled aubergines were downright tasty. Mix it all up before taking a big bite, and I promise you'll practically fall into nirvana. If anything, their cauliflower rice could do with some improvement. It was way too soft which, when just sitting in all the steam and juices, made it all the more mushy. Also I’m pretty sure the components in our bowl weren’t exactly the ones described on the menu, but idk could be a teething issue with their newly launched lunch service 🤷🏻‍♀️

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The gluten-free brownie was a dense chocolate sticky block; very rich despite its described “healthier” gluten-free persona. An absolutely ideal way to end of a brunch or treat yourself lunch.

This was part of a tasting hosted by Sideways, thank you Burpple for the invitation and Sideways for an amazing meal✨

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Kombucha has become ubiquitous but kombucha mocktail was atypical for me. The kombucha is made in house at sideways and I adored the refreshing drink after a hearty meal.

This was part of a tasting kindly hosted by Sideways and courtesy of Burpple’s invitation✨

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You've got a thick slice of their fabulous house-baked sourdough, nutty and chewy, lightly buttered and toasted, then topped with an extremely generous layer of nduja and some creamy burrata. The whole shebang's then finished off with some crunchy pistachios and a glug of fruity olive oil. For the unfamiliar, nduja is a sort of spicy, spreadable sausage, with a flavour profile very similar to salami. I first had it at &Sons in a pasta, and fell head over heels in love with its punchy flavours and discernible heat. In this dish, it brought about a complex savouriness with just a touch of acidity, which went really well with the cool burrata and bread. I did however miss the characteristic spiciness nduja often has though, which would've really pushed this to the next level. Still, it’s an extremely delicious starter that I’d definitely recommend trying.


This exceeded every expectation I had. A maaaasssive serving of rare/medium-rare steak that was so soft and flavourful, accompanied by grilled asparagus and potatoes. The one thing I didn't care much for was the avocado chimichurri mixed with olive oil, it added a tangy oiliness to the meat which I could do without.

My only complaint is that the lighting is really dark here and the space is quite small (and can be cramped if crowded). At one point, one of the waitresses came by to dial the lights even dimmer (???) So probably not the best place for big groups.

Another registering item on my “completely worthwhile messy sandwich affairs” list; the beef brisket here was tender and bursting with flavours that nicely soaked the bottom layer of the in house baked sourdough.

Thank you Burpple the invite and sideways for hosting.

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