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The Marmalade Pantry (ION Orchard)

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Home-grown bistro The Marmalade Pantry (#themarmaladepantry) opens its latest flagship outlet at ION Orchard on Monday, 25 February 2019. The new outlet will offer diners an elevated dining experience that is refreshing yet comfortingly familiar. Exclusive menu items range from new creations to three desserts conceptualised by culinary student and MasterChef Singapore’s runner-up Genevieve (Gen) Lee, all of which are exclusive to the outlet. Located on the 4th level of ION Orchard, diners can enjoy their fix of modern comfort food in the 2,389 sq feet, 80-seater bistro with indoor and open space dining options. Best known for its luxurious pastas, exquisite cupcakes, weekend brunches and great tea accompaniments, the outlet offers a brief reprieve from the bustle of city life and shopping, daily from 10am – 10pm (last order at 9.30pm).

2 Orchard Turn
#04-11A ION Orchard
Singapore 238801

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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This was just passable, the beef wasn't seasoned much, and even though it was medium rare, it still was pretty dry

Sticky date pudding with sea-salt caramel sauce & French vanilla ice cream.


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Good amount of Earl Grey from the Cupcake though can't taste any 'summer berries' flavour. Chocolate Banana pie on the other hand is strong of chocolate and real banana.
Light can go for Earl Grey, prefer heavy can go for the chocolate banana

Mild spicy and pasta chewy. Taste real crabmeat. Overall is yum yum

I was pleasantly surprised by the tastiness of most of the dishes I received from @themarmaladepantry. Here’s a list of those I liked and which I felt, traveled best:

1. Spicy Crabmeat Pasta ($26) - I am not exaggerating when I say this lived up to its name and was very appetising. The al dente linguine came with a truckload of sauce (packed separately) that comprised of much more jumbo and lump crabmeat than chilli-tomato gravy (but who in the right mind says no to plenty of crabmeat, right? 😍😋). I am not a fan of pine nuts but this, it worked very well - adding a distinct toasty fragrance to the whole.
2. Kimchi Fried Rice ($26) - Topped with grilled beef striploin, nori and a sous vide egg, the rice bowl was a solid performer with the pearly rice grains very flavorful from being well-fried in kimchi.
3. Aglio Olio Pasta and Chicken Chop ($15) - When you crave a spicy spaghetti and fried chicken at the same time, this would meet the criteria for sure. Moreover, it’s got the most pocket-friendly price tag of the lot.
4. Char Siew Kurobuta Pork Belly ($32) - A collective mind-blowing moment took place over this. The thick chunky cuts of soy and honey-glazed pork belly melted in the mouth like nobody’s business. Not that they needed anything else but the apple-chilli chutney, roasted pumpkin mash and sweet potato chips were worthy sidekicks.
5. Caesar Salad (currently: $17, usual price: $20 - $25) - Because I wanted some greens, this was my pick of salad. Portion was large and it tasted perfectly decent with the romaine and kale joined by avocado, a poached egg, sourdough croutons and a homemade dressing.
6. #ChocolatePudding ($14) - I selected this signature of #themarmaladepantry that came with espresso ganache and fresh mixed berries as one of the desserts. It didn’t disappoint.
7. Sticky Date Pudding ($14) - Heated it up briefly in the oven before pouring on the toffee sauce. I felt the sauce could have been a tad less runny but the pudding itself—soft, fluffy and moist—was wonderful.

Placing an order for any of the above is very simple - just tap on @themarmaladepantry’s link-in-bio on Instagram.

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I noticed that the menu at Ion seemed different from other branches. This cake was a special one by Genevieve Lee, a Masterchef Singapore runner-up. I got the second last slice left.

Blueberry gel, lavender hazelnut crumble, cream cheese frosting, blackcurrant meringue. This cake was super duper delicious. I loved every bite. The cake was moist and not too sweet, blueberry gel inside was tangy, and the lavender hazelnut crumble was so good I lamented it was too little. The blackcurrant meringue was fabulous. I could pop like 10 in my mouth and be very very happy. I wanna eat the whole cake all by myself.