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Vineyard at HortPark

248 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
Vineyard is a charming French restaurant nestled amidst the verdant greenscape of HortPark, Singapore, where every visit is a feast for the senses. Each meal is delicious and lovingly-prepared, served on beautifully aged-wood tables surrounded by nature; or enjoy a glass of wine on our patio, beautifully accented by a reflecting pool that mirrors the beauty of the setting sun. We showcase the rich hearty flavours of French cuisine bourgeois, serving classic favourites such as Beef Short Ribs à la Bourguignonne, Provençal Seafood Bouillabaisse and Home-cured Salmon Gravlax. Our cellar houses close to 100 wines of diverse variety and origin – a delight to the connoisseur and also catering to guests who are new to the art of wine appreciation.

33 Hyderabad Road
#02-02 Hort Park
Singapore 119578

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Sunday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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This is one of Vineyard’s signature mains. Pork is very tender despite the size. Sauce (winner of the dish) is on the herby side which I like a lot - could be a bit salty but manageable. It’s served with roasted potato and veggies. Place is secluded and good for quiet dates with a nature view :)

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250g Bone in Pork Chop, Cajun Roasted Potatoes, Roasted Vegetables, Mustard Brown Sauce. Pork chop was nicely seasoned and well cooked. Every bite of the meat was flavourful and not too tough. Potatoes was mildly flavoured. Roasted vegetables consisted of carrots and zucchini. Carrots were crunchy and the zucchini was tender. Mustard Brown sauce tasted similar to black pepper sauce. Overall really like this dish and would recommend it.

I also ordered the Crispy Battered Mushroom ($10) served with Garlic Aioli and Truffle Mushroom Alfedo Pasta ($20).

The batter of the mushroom were crispy throughout and didn't turn soggy. Mushrooms were unseasoned, only giving off its natural umaminess. The aioli somehow tasted more like mayonnaise to me. Overall found this dish so-so.

Pasta was Linguine Pasta cooked in Truffle Mushroom Cream Sauce with Medley Mushroom, Onsen Egg, Shaved Parmesan. Pasta was slightly on the harder side which I prefer. Mushroom was ok. Truffle was detectable. The dish gave me a home-y feel because of the rich, warm creamy sauce. However it became a little overwhelming at the end because of the creaminess. Overall I think it would be better to share this dish.

One of their signature main course, serving with 250g bone in pork chop, cajun roasted potato, roasted vegetable and mustard brown sauce.

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If you are not a fan of restaurants in crowded malls, Vineyard is situated in the sub-urban area of Hortpark in Singapore and lets you have the peace you need as you dine in.

The Truffle Mushroom Pizza ($18) is certainly value for money as they are very generous with wild mushrooms and you don’t have to suffer eating those cheap mushrooms from the can. Unfortunately, it does not have the classic Italian oven baked pizza crust which I hoped for. [7.5/10]

The Tomato Vodka Cream Seafood Pasta ($24) is worth a try. If you want to try something different from the typical bolognese, alfredo, carbonara etc., this has a unique flavour and is the perfect balance between thick creaminess and acidity. [9/10]

The Signature Farmed Poulet ($28) was personally lacklustre for me. The chicken is comparatively drier than those of other restaurants but the skin is its saving grace. The sides of vegetables and mashed potatoes complemented the chicken very well. [6.5/10]

very nice ambience food was average but really not very worth its price:-(

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A generous portion of angel hair pasta is served with a dome shaped omelette on top. Smooth and silky on the outside, cutting through the center, reveals its creamy, moist and soft-cooked center. This was everything I could ask for in an omelette. Taking a whiff of the combination of the pan-fried garlic and bacon in the pasta and the eggy fragrance was so intoxicating. However, I personally felt that the fragrance did not quite translate to an equal level of satisfaction mainly due to how the angel hair pasta was not well coated with the garlicy goodness. The pasta ended up being quite light in flavour, which played a good counterpart to the more distinctly seasoned omelette. However, I really enjoyed the mushrooms used in the pasta. An unlikely and unexpected star of the dish but they were really juicy and fresh and I found myself ravaging through the mountain of pasta to pick out these gems.

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