The Great Mischief

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~$30/pax
*Halal-certified This fifth installation from The Black Hole Group is inspired from the gastromical culture of Catalonia - with much emphasis on sharing good food and time

1 Saint Andrew's Road
#01-17 National Gallery Singapore
Singapore 178957

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Monday:
10:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
10:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 05:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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I fell in love with the great mischief even before they relocated to the national gallery, but I must say the vibe in the national gallery is much more vibrant.

As always, the food did not disappoint, especially their tocino pasta, which is similar to carbonara. I always enjoy how the raw yolk blends into my cheesy pasta. Their battered pargo, commonly known as fish & chips, is exceptional. Unlike the typical thick layer of batter with very little flesh, theirs is the opposite.

The Great Mischief offers truly authentic Spanish dishes, such as the seafood paella, which is a sharing portion. I tried it at their previous location and still love it to this day.

Rating:
Drool: 4.5/5
Cost: ~$25 per person
Location: The Great Mischief

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Once located at Little India, The Great Mischief has moved to National Gallery Singapore with a refreshed vibe and menu. Offering brunch, lunch and dinner in a beautiful pastel-hues interior at the gallery.

If you looking for a much bigger portion for your brunch, The Grandé is a good choice here.

Just like those big breakfast we know, their’s also comes with sausage, pimento beans, kipfler potato, cheddar, feta, sourdough and choice of egg.

Interestingly both the sausages have each own unique texture and the kipfler potato is my favourite among all.

Next time if you spent some time at the gallery, so drop by for some good meal before leaving.

It's my first time trying Spanish dishes and I'm definitely not disappointed with it ❤️ We ordered some tapas to share, and to my surprise, my favourite is the honey coated fried aubergine (berenjenas con miel) 🤤

They cut the squid ink pasta into bite size, imagine fusilli but in the form of spaghetti! It has this crispy texture like wok burned feel. Also the mild seafood taste! (Fideua de marisc)

Berenjenas con miel = $ 7
Fideua de marisc = $22

I'm in so love with one of the mains, slow stewed beef!

The stew is comprises pasta tasting tomato sauce with thinly sliced beef! Matches so damn well with the crispy buttery bread 🤤

Came here to celebrate a girlfriend's birthday and pleasantly surprised to see how nicely decorated it is, in a relaxing outdoorsy location! One can enjoy the night with a bar that serves mocktails and bottles of wine.

Pictured are 2 mains, squid ink paella pasta with seafood, and lamb chops with fried potatoes, both nicely done. We had 4 tapas, all delicious, but my favourites were the mushroom in cream, and a Spanish omelette.

Drinks were the highlight, all had refreshing taste and were unique! The staff gave a personal touch by singing our friend a birthday song. Really great place for a girls' night out!

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