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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Located along Singapore River at the trendy Robertson Quay area is SPRMRKT At STPI, an establishment with an unconventional approach to the dining, supermarket shopping, and art appreciation experience. Diners can expect a menu of European cuisine flecked with Southeast Asian produce and the beloved all day breakfast and brunch meals, derived from Chef-Owner Joseph Yeoโ€™s roots as a Singaporean with Indonesian heritage and his training in modern European cuisine. Fuel up with a selection of wholesome SPRGRN Bowls or our all-day breakfast menu featuring home made Crumpets and Eggs or our jazzed up Quinoa Stack.

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There is a vegetable forward section (the tasty vegan lasagna and the always good brussel sprouts are from there), and faves such as the Aburi Salmon, Chicken Confit, and Blackened Fish & Chips are also available.
You can order these items via the newly launched online ordering site e.sprmrkt.com.sg.
They also opened a new outlet in Dempsey - CONGRATULATIONS!! ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰ - so you can plan to visit that outlet once we hit Phase 2!

khmer style fish that was both sweet and savoury, the meat was so flakey and tender. itโ€™s like saba fish, but the flavour profile is way more intense from the diff seasoning and the grilling process


Lunchies? HIT up SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar to try your hand at an authentic Cambodian cooking demonstration and lunch by Chef Mork Mengly from Pou Restaurant & Bar!
๐Ÿ“ธ & ๐Ÿ“ @whatjeanneats
Location: SPRMRKT at STPI, 41 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238236
#sprmrktcambodia #burpple #burpplesg

Served with banana walnuts and dulche de leche. Kinda like hotcakes but lighter, the bottom of the pancake sticks to the skillet though 4/5

A bit soggy because of the tomato sauce, quite cheesy, nice sauce, not the most of succulent but not dry either 4/5


Expected a lot more (taste, presentation and quantity) but better to keep in mind that I was dining at a cafe/bistro and not a Vietnamese restaurant. Ordered this to try on a cooling rainy day upon suggestion by a waitress. This was from a separate viet menu consisting of different viet dish/main everyday of a week. This was available on Saturday at $9.90++.

I guess one should stick to having brunch at a cafe ๐Ÿ˜›