101 Jalan Kembangan
Singapore 419139

05:30pm - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm




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Reviews at South Union Park

Reviews of good food at South Union Park
Flat Iron Steak ($28)

Saw Veronica's post on this on Burpple, then seeing that they still had it when I popped by yesterday made my choice for dinner so easy! 👆

The Flat Iron Steak was lean but yet so tender and juicy! The chimichurri on top helped to add a new zing into the dish too, keeping things exciting with every bite. I'm sitting here on a Monday just thinking about it... 🤤As it's a special on their menu, do head down asap before it's gone (into my tummy)!

Tagliatelle • S$19

The Tagliatelle is one of those pastas that leaves you satisfied and guilt-free. The pasta is just right, neither too chewy nor too soft. It is perfectly portioned for one with a generous amount of duck confit shreds. The sautéed spinach still retains its flavour despite being doused in a wonderful thin buttery hazelnut cream.

There is no GST or service charge here but tips are welcomed!

Banana Chocolate Parfait

This bowl of dessert may look like the cheapest at S$8.00 among the plated desserts, but it is packed with many distinctive yet harmonious flavours. Cubes of banana cake, chocolate mousse and banana lime stacked together and mixed with honey yoghurt foam, finally drizzled with lots of black and white crumbs and desiccated coconuts put together. I would say this is one that is easy for sharing and worth getting as an after-meal dessert.

Red Wine Poached Pear ($14)

My favorite dessert! After hours of simmering in red wine, the pear soften and absorbed the fruitiness from the red wine. Crusty biscuit crumble created the different in texture. Just the right sweetness for my taste bud.

Popcorn Flan ($13) .

Sweet till the core. Good contrast of texture and fully expressed the idea of a sweeeeeet corn. Try not to eat this alone as you might experience hype sugar rush. 😂

Chicken Roulade ($20) .

My favorite main in this place. Honey glazed chicken cutlet laid on a bed of mashed potato. Super hearty meal which could lift any tired soul.

Gnocchi ($17)

If you have a sweet tooth and like to eat carb, this will be THE pasta for you. The popping sweet by the corn and meaty texture from the mushroom.

Tagliatelle ($19) .

Duck confit pasta and topped with hazelnut and cream. Till day, it was still the heaviest pasta on the menu. Really tasty but best to share among two. If the chef could squeeze of a orange and orange zest, would cut down the heaviness.

Cavatelli ($22) .

Beef Ragu with "worm like pasta" 😱😱😱. The fatty beef rib submerged into the ragu sauce and clung onto the Gemelli. Easy to eat which make it best speed lunch order!

Meatballs ($10) .

Four flavored packed meatballs. Tossed in any type of carbs, it will be a satisfying main course. But A light heavy to be a starter.

Fried Chicken ($12)

This plate of crazily delicious golden chicken "nugget" temporarily filled our growling stomach as we patiently wait for our pasta. .
Best way to eat it was to place chicken, cake and cream all in one bite! The contrast of sweet and savory led us wanting more!

Poutine ($11)

Looked so simple but tasted so comforting. Duck gravy and stringy cheese. With a bottle of chilled beer, I could sit there all day long.

Octopus Salad ($16)

Today would be a a day of South Union Park review. A lovely place hidden at the Kembangan Area. .
Refreshing salad with tender octopus. I loved the idea that they added fried Sakura ebi to multiply the seafood-y taste.

Banana Chocolate Parfait

Candied Walnuts, Banana Cake, Chocolate Mousse, Banana Lime. Again another dessert that gives the stellar meal at South Union Park a great ending. First spoon into the dessert and one gets impressed with how the smooth, creamy banana ice-cream is so fragrant yet of an apt level of sweetness that is barely near tipping the scale of being overly sweet — so pronounced yet refined while the chunks of banana cake and chocolate cake alternates between decadently rich chocolate and light, fluffy banana cake without being cloyingly sweet or sore throat inducing. In between, the candied walnuts give it the dessert a sweet crunch of a good balance while the yogurt helps to mediate the various elements, helping to bring the smooth chocolate mousse that carries a bittersweet flavour into the entire dessert. So many textures, so many elements but all so prominent without ending up into a pool of mushiness — it sounds simple but yet refined. Something to just head straight for especially it's the cheapest dessert available here at $8 nett!

Everything Was Yummy

Our table of 4 ordered multiple dishes and desserts to share and our favourite was definitely the gnocchi and the salmon! Everything tasted so clean but yet so so tasty. Yum, definitely want to go back to try everything else on the menu (and eat full portions of what we ordered) the desserts were pretty good too, tasted very sophisticated but didn't draw me back in like the food did. Will definitely be back!

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