300 Tampines Avenue 5
Singapore 529653

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05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

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Very nice n interesting food

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Sian. Made a trip to Tipsy Penguin specially for their oysters, only to find they didn't have the promo ones anymore.

Settled for these Japanese oysters ("premium price" they said, hence not eligible for 10% off $100 spend on OCBC cards back when I visited - not sure if this promo is still available)... Which were delicious, but damn - 6 for $24...

Ps: Naked oysters are the best. These toppings here (grapefruit & ikura in the middle; hua tiao ebi at the bottom) don't do much for how decadent & creamy these oysters are on their own.

💳 Accepts credit cards
🌬 Air-conditioned seats available
☀️ Al fresco seats available
🖥 Accepts reservations on Quandoo (I walked in, though)


Pan seared with crisp skin, with creamy seafood stew and dash of truffle oil which wasn’t too overwhelming. Quite a comforting dish for me and I liked the little briny pops!

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Basically 辣子鸡 but bigger pieces of chicken. They were fried well, but I guess it's not difficult?

The cuisine over at Tipsy Penguin is basically East meets West, which a section for their Western Fuel offerings and another for their Flavours of Asia. Few do it well when it comes to a mixture of cuisines but Tipsy comes out on top for sure.

Pictured here is their signature Baked Curry Chicken Don. Seemingly pretentious at first glance, my mind was blown after the first bite. A special curated blend of spiced paste Nyonya Rempah and coconut milk, the only sin this dish commited was that there wasn't enough. The flavours of the curry was pretty intense in a good way, without being overly spicy - to the point that it literally overpowered the Crabmeat Capelini. Order this, have no regrets and then order another. It's just THAT friggin' good.

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Tipsy Penguin is a somewhat hidden gem in Tampines located right opposite Our Tampines Hub.

While it's bar through and through where most patrons head for a drink - I on the other hand was only on the hunt for food.

The food over at Tipsy is a mix os eclectic East meets West with a section dedicated to Western Fuel and another to Flavours of Asia. Usually I find restaurants that offer multiple cuisines tend to do it poorly due to the overreaching need of providing an array of dishes but Tipsy actually does it well - at least from what I ordered.

The Crabmeat Capelini included a generous serving of crabmeat on top pasta that was tossed in their homemade lobster bisque and ikura. It was as delicious as it looked. While the ikura provided saltiness to the dish, it could use perhaps a little more. Delicious nonetheness.

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