The Marmalade Pantry (ION Orchard)

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~$35/pax
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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Thursday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

So sinful, but so delicious... Huge scoop of french vanilla ice-cream over the pudding (which was more like a cake texture). The ice-cream was not too sweet, and does not taste too cloying with the seasalt caramel sauce. There were some crunchy bits of toffee (?) below the ice-cream, which provides an extra texture when you combine the ice cream and pudding together. Amazing combination, but a little pricey at $14++.

Perfectly grilled piece of salmon. Juicy, tender and well-seasoned. Tasted amazing even without the sauce provided. The skin was difficult to cut through, and was more hard than crispy/crunchy. The dish was quite oily as well, that the bottom of the plate had a pool of oil, which made the vegetables at the bottom quite greasy. Price is a bit steep at $29++, doubt I will return just for this dish.

- chocolate fudge cake was too dry and crumbly but fudge was thick and satisfying!
- sticky date pudding is a classic here and still as good as ever with butterscotch sauce, creamy
vanilla ice cream and a soft chewy pudding ❤️
- banoffee pie was also decent with a strong banana aftertaste past the chocolate.

Creme brûlée with an Asian twist
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Rich cempedak custard base topped with a layer of hardened caramelized sugar and berries
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One of the best carrot cakes I’ve had - choke full of carrot shreds and seasoned fruits, without being shy about the prime complementary ingredient of walnuts as well. But what really drew me in were the notes of spice in every bite, singing on the palate.

Sadly the cupcakes were less outstanding compared to what I remembered. Don’t get me wrong, they weren’t bad, they came with regular cupcake sponge that were not dry but not perfectly moist and dense either. The chocolate cupcake also clearly had more outstanding embellishers but suffered from a dry Graham biscuit base, maybe this was a one off thing.

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One of the best carrot cakes I’ve had - choke full of carrot shreds and seasoned fruits, without being shy about the prime complementary ingredient of walnuts as well. But what really drew me in were the notes of spice in every bite, singing on the palate.

Sadly the cupcakes were less outstanding compared to what I remembered. Don’t get me wrong, they weren’t bad, they came with regular cupcake sponge that were not dry but not perfectly moist and dense either. The chocolate cupcake also clearly had more outstanding embellishers but suffered from a dry Graham biscuit base, maybe this was a one off thing.

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