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It was alright.
Homemade sausage, crispy potatoes. Tasted like something you would cooked at home. Weird to eat the set with strawberry jam which tasted like the instant ones. Butter is for a fee.

The service here was not rude but.... not too great.

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Came here all the way for this because of all the recommendations and reviews. But well, how should I put it, I'm disappointed? It wasn't bad, but very meh. But the duck is very tender though, probably sous vide.

On my ‘must-order’ list every time I frequent this neighborhood eatery. Some days I even preorder it as they occasionally tend to sell out pretty early.
Zingy lemon curd encased in a thin sweet pastry, finished with a crisp layer of burnt sugar to balance out the acidity. 💛

The resident South Union Park Cheeseburger never disappoints.
Super juicy herbed beef patty, sweetened caramelized onions, melted cheese sandwiched between their housemade fluffy burger buns. Also comes with shoestring fries and a small salad on the side.
If and when you’re looking for a sloppy tasty juicy burger, hit them up. Simple, not over the top, but easily one of the best burgers in town.

22bucks/serve

Peeping into the substantial amount of ingredients in South Union Park’s Ham & Cheese Sandwich. Medley of Cheesy Meaty goodness.
Only available during weekend brunch!

Overall this was nicely done and well balanced in flavour. The seared prawns had a lovely char and nicely plump. The basil pesto was a nice touch to balance the sweetness of the carrots as well. The risotto was cooked well too, the perfect consistency that's not too wet or dry. I would definitely be back to try their other creations as well.

Ending off our meal at South Union Park- we choose 2 desserts from the chilled counter display. The sunny yellow lemon tart looked promising and tasted zesty as expected. Laying beneath a brittle caramel coat and around a moist, delicate tart base; the lemon curd was just right.
Deciding on the next dessert we gradually decided on the tiramisu maybe because it was jarred like the chicken liver pate. Open sesame and we were pleased with the pistachio garnish being fans of the nut. But a deep spoonful in and I was sold- cream, rum and soaked soft sponge layered together is what I love about South Union Park’s tiramisu.

Ending off our meal at South Union Park- we chose 2 desserts from the chilled counter display. The sunny yellow lemon tart looked promising and tasted zesty as expected. Laying beneath a brittle caramel coat and around a moist, delicate tart base; the lemon curd was just right.
Deciding on the next dessert we gradually decided on the tiramisu maybe because it was jarred like the chicken liver pate. Open sesame and we were pleased with the pistachio garnish being fans of the nut. Yet a deep spoonful in and I was sold- cream, good amount of rum and soaked soft sponge layered together are what I love about South Union Park’s tiramisu.

For mains, we decided to go with this plump succulent poultry dish. Drenched in an umami sauce with noteworthy mushrooms- it is important to also highlight the potato puree that’s finer than regular mash and easy to polish off the plate if you share this.

An exceptional dining experience of comfort grub will sum up my first visit (finally) to South Union Park. And it started right from the beginning with the above show stopping starter. A butter like jar of chicken liver pate is topped generously with chopped fibrous garnish (i.e onions etc). Beside, slices of buttered and grilled white country bread- with evident charred tasting black stripes that added an authentic dimension. Marry the two together and it’s as if you’d hear wedding bells ringing.
Close an eye and it will pass off as foie gras for beginners; regardless this is officially something I will return for.

This was a special on the board.

Chimichuri was amazing!! Tremendously enhanced the flavor of the meat, which was slightly chewy and a tad fatty. Would prefer the sweet potato mash to be firmer with a more fibrous texture. Didn’t help that it was sitting in a pool of olive oil, soothing out the mash even further.

Warm potato salad, romesco, haricot vert (French bean) Sweet, buttery and delicate barramundi was cooked to perfection with its firm, moist textures. Herb crusted rub on the fish went really well with the tangy romesco sauce

With seared prawns, swirls of homemade basil pesto and sprinkled tasty crumbs. Sooo yummy!! Love the pesto and the rich creamy carrot stock which taste a lot like pumpkin 😋

Served with nicely grilled country bread. This amazing liver pate topped with apple brunoise, chopped chives & pickled onions. Liver pate was amazingly smooth, creamy and flavorful!

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Their Fennel Sausage Pasta impressed with chicken jus sauce which was packed full with flavor.
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Not forgetting their daily made fresh pasta that was cooked al dente, tossed with crunchy broccoli and cherry tomato for a mild tangy kick.

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