[CLOSED] The Tipsy Wolves

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30 Foch Road
Singapore 209276

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Simply put, you wouldn’t expect such quality from a coffee shop western stall. The Tipsy Wolves really outdid expectations with this one – light, crisp exterior but succulent and juicy on the inside. The portion isn’t anything to scoff at either, so #thiccc, Minaj would be jealous. Even the accompanying potatoes and napa cabbage were great, giving some balance to the meaty dish though I did wish for a little bit of mustard to cut through all that pork. Business does seem kinda slow though, maybe because their food doesn’t seem that accessible. I would have loved to see this in some kinda rice bowl, just to appeal to more of the lunch crowd.


While the dishes here may cost slightly more than your regular hawker fare, the hearty portions and well executed food makes it all worth your while. The Grilled Pork Belly ($10.90) is a generous, melt-in-your-mouth slab of meat that comes with sides of buttery Chinese Cabbage and roasted potatoes. The Beer Battered Barramundi & Chips ($11.90) is smooth and flaky barramundi coated in a thin, crisp crust, made extra heavenly when dipped in their homemade tartar sauce.
Photo by Burppler Dex Neo


From The Tipsy Wolves situated at Bistro 8 along Foch Road at Jalan Besar, also known as the coffeeshop where Kok Kee Wanton Noodles is reopening, and also where Dynasty Fried Porridge is also located now.

Really impressed by the quality of the Western fare served up here; the Grilled Pork Belly comes with other elements such as Butter Cooked Wong Bok, Roasted Potato, Spice Caramel and Burnt Noisette. The slab of pork belly comes glistening here from its own juices; well-crusted on the exterior. Unlike other places that uses a sous-vide technique to prepare the dish completely, I liked how this version retains the some of the fibrous quality of the meat without being overly tender, providing some texture to the meat while the fatty parts still remains gelatinous and melt-in-the-mouth. Roasted potatoes provided a good bite, whilst being well-seasoned for flavour, but my favourite elements here had to be the spice caramel and the butter cooked Wong Bok; the former helping to add that pretty unique hint of sweetness that works so well with the savoury meat, whilst also carrying a hint of umami with the Wong Bok. Looking forward to be back to try the other dishes they have to offer!


Tucked away along Foch Road(opp Cheng Mun Chee Kee), The Tipsy Wolves seems to have opened quietly in March. A western stall that seems to have quite interesting dishes to its name, their beer-battered barramundi was actually quite yummeh, with a thin, crisp crust encasing soft, flakey fish. We couldn’t stop dunking everything into their thick homemade tartar sauce too.

Opened by a bunch of young dudes, I only managed to dig out that the chef used to work in a restaurant. Though not much is known about their background, their FnCs speaks for itself. Definitely keen to try their other dishes like their laksa pasta and grilled pork belly.