The Guild

446 Wishlisted
~$50/pax
What We Love
  • Conceptualised by Hong Kong brewery Young Master
  • Spacious gastropub with a circular bar in the middle
  • Hong Kong-inspired brews and comfort food
  • Mac & Cheese, Spicy Frog Legs, Brawn Terrine

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Reviews

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- Salt & vinegar fries: $9; black vinegar, thyme and garlic. I immediately caught a whiff of this aromatic dish when I sat down in the restaurant. The seasoning was really unique and I’ve never eaten anything like this before. Initially, I was afraid the vinegar will be overwhelming like Lay’s salt and vinegar chips but this was so well executed and in perfect balance. Def sth I will order again! 11/10
- Creamy mushroom: Can’t rmb price. But this was so good!!!!!! The cream was peppery, with slight hint of spice and we couldn’t get enough of it. 11/10
- Mac & cheese: $21; Only order this if you are an avid cheese lover. They probably used a whole assortment of cheese for this. Definitely has to be shared by a few people, this can get quite jelak after some time as it tasted quite one dimensional. 7/10
- BCM Tagliatelle: $25; Handmade pasta cooked with minced pork and pickled shitake with a few slices of liver. Interesting, texture was abit like thr korean jajangmyeon. But bcm should be a dish of its own and left out of fusion! 4/10

The sides were definitely the star of the show. My friends and I were really impressed by the quality and price of the food. Also, fantastic service!! The staff were so friendly and helpful, kept looking out for us to see if we needed anything. Highly recommended and I’ll definitely be back to try out the other food on the menu! Thank you so much for the good food and service! 🤩

The bacon bits is somewhat of a scam because you're really kind of forced to add it, you need a little bit of contrast. So that wasn't super value for money

Nonetheless this was absolutely delicious. Creamy, rich, there's some umami from the cheese, yet it wasn't too jelat. Pasta was on point as well. I haven't had too many gourmet Mac and cheese, or even Mac and cheese tbh, so this is definitely the best I've had so far. Nonetheless, it's worth it

Even tho I say it's not too jelat, probably best to split with someone lol

Saw a video of bifengtang lobster on eater? And was tempted to try.

This wasn't a great version though, the white wine? Taste overwhelmed everything else and you can hardly taste the spices.

Meat sauce(Ragu) had a slight tang, pasta texture was decent. If I'm not wrong they replaced liver w foie gras, very crispy outside and creamy inside, but there was a taste which I didn't like at all, maybe cos I rarely eat foie. Overall a competent rendition

Not cos you're drunk but cos the Fleeting Clouds ($13hh/$18) combined a wheaty goodness with a light sweetness that makes you feel like you're staring down at a wheat field. Very relaxing and easy to drink.

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A picture speaks a thousand words. And @theguildsingapore's 𝗠𝗮𝗰 & 𝗖𝗵𝗲𝗲𝘀𝗲 ($21) cajoles rather enticingly with its sensual shades of house-cured-egg tangerine, bleeding seamlessly into scintillating hues of cheesy, creamy gold. 🥵🧀🍳
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No frills, just a nice bite and silky finish befitting of its cheesy opulence. Precisely what I envision a great Mac & Cheese to be like. Chase it with swigs of scrumptious @youngmastersg pours ($13) off their happy hour menu (4pm-8pm) and that's real happiness. ✨

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