240 Neo Tiew Crescent
Singapore 718898

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10:30am - 04:45pm

10:30am - 04:45pm

10:30am - 09:45pm

10:30am - 09:45pm

10:00am - 04:45pm


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If you ever go to sungei buloh for hiking, this pit stop for lunch is pretty welcoming. They offer spreads focused on farm to table, and has some unique SG x Western fusion - unfortunately didn't get to try due to the long waiting time.

They also have a serene pool display which is a nice view for lunch.

Had their Alfredo Linguine (menu says fettuccine, but they only have linguine), it's on the creamier side, and I love the fresh seafood - tantalizing grilled prawns, scallops!, sashimi grade squid! (About $19)

Must have is the aloe Vera drink to accompany this ($4)

Must try:
Pacific Catch Seafood Platter
Ribeye with Red Wine Gravy
Warm chocolate lava cake (~2 pax)

Seafood pasta (aglio olio) - 4/5
Enjoyed this dish and would definitely order it again. 2 large prawns with squids and scallops.

Mee goreng pasta - 3.5/5
Interesting dish.

Grilled ribeye hor fun wasn’t fantastic IMO

Been there multiple times to try the different dishes. Good food good place 👍🏻 ( can be a little hot in the afternoon - no aircon) Wouldn’t recommend it to people that cant take the heat.

Its a little ulu but great for a quiet date night with great ambience. Whats special here is that they have a fusion menu such as hokkien mee pasta and rib eye steak with horfun. Definitely worth a try!


One of my favourite breakfast. Generous avocado spread, topped with roasted sesame seeds, quinoa and roasted tomatoes. And with a side of baked eggs with bacon and additional side of cooked smoked salmon, you can say that it’s a full meal! Every bite is delicious, hearty and very wholesomeness. Perfect to fuel my day trip into Haarlem.

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Bird Bird popup and Bjorn Shen dishing out Thai chicken curry with baguette till tomorrow.


Essentially your standard hor fun dish, done competently and given a classy Western upgrade with enjoyably chewy ribeye. A generous sprinkling of black pepper flavours the beef rather well and the little black runts somehow find their way onto every spoonful of gravy or noodles you slurp. 3.8/5