The Communal Place

2564 Wishlisted
~$25/pax
What We Love
  • Spacious and clean with both smaller and larger tables for groups
  • Western fusion dishes in a cafe setting
  • Cheese Steak Burger, Beef Cheek Ragu, Fish & Chips

465 Joo Chiat Road
#01-00
Singapore 427677

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Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

i had the miso salmon, my friend got the wagyu cheeseburger and we ordered truffle fries as well. the miso salmon was so good, the sauce complemented both the salmon and mashed potatoes so well! looks are deceiving as it seems like it isn't going to make you full but it is actually very filling! the portion of salmon was also very generous. would 10/10 visit again

Quite a great find for Sunday brunch. There's miso in all parts of their menu, which was quite interesting. Had the miso salmon which was a great portion and tasty. My favourite was the mango-misu dessert which was refreshing for a hot day!

Quite a unique dish - never had foie gras with pasta before! The creamy miso base of the pasta blended quite well with the flavour of the foie gras. Would recommend giving it a go!

The Wagyu burger was simply incredible. So well seasoned and prepared. Would definitely travel back again just for this and to try the other Western fusion dishes available!

Came with a friend on saturday night for dinner. Service staff were really friendly and attentive and I really liked the atmosphere. They even provided us with a welcome drink (that I forgot to take a picture of; but it was really refreshing). I got the wagyu beef burger which had a substantial meat patty, and my friend got the miso salmon which was fresh and sweet. Overall good experience, would definitely come back to try more of the their menu!

Dropped by for dinner earlier this evening and I honestly had a great experience. The restaurant itself is rather cosy with spacious tables. The service staff were also very friendly, my friend and I were immediately greeted with a shot of their welcome drink each which was refreshingly fruity with pomelo bits on top.

We shared the miso salmon ($21) and wagyu burger ($21). Big fan of both! The salmon was nicely seared with a layer of crispy skin underneath, just how I like it. The miso sauce also complemented the salmon really well giving it a nice umami flavour, highly recommend! As for the wagyu burger, the patty was thickkk!! You really get the bang for your buck. And I like how it's not overly seasoned so you can still taste the natural juiciness of the beef. Will definitely be back to try the other dishes in the future.

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