110 Amoy Street
Singapore 069930

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06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am



06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

06:00pm - 12:00am

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Lovely ambience with great service.
The highlight of the night was definitely the grouper in iron cast with white wine. I can still reminisce the taste of the sauce and believe me when I say the pan was completely empty and dry at the end of our meal. The grouper fish was huge and definitely worth the price we paid.
The lamb kebab was also delicious and juicy. Sweet potato was soft and comforting. The sour cream was excellent as it goes very well.
We weren’t impressed with the focaccia to be honest. The bread was too hard and the fillings were just normal.
Will definitely return for the fish!

No more ant nest cake? I think the menu is on rotation but that's quite unfortunate

This was decent, the plum wasn't too sweet but the crumble was buttery and sweeter so they balance out.

Overall the food is not stunning but decent enough, esp with everything made better by the toothsome free flow focaccia. The service was excellent though, they engaged with us regularly and extremely comfortably, making us feel very welcome but also not intrusive. I would recommend this place!

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Used to be 15++/100g but now there's a fixed size and price. Waiting time about 25-30mins

The fish itself was quite okay, meaty and slightly crisped up. However the accompaniments weren't standing out at all, particularly the white wine sauce didn't taste like much at all.


It's like an onion that's tougher and with a unique aroma.

It's alright and nice to try once but it's nothing mindblowing. Served w sour cream and butter


It's good cos it's not really focaccia, it's very thin(almost like a pizza) and very, very crunchy on the exterior

Really, really good and super addictive too from the bits of chili and tomato, plus the sour cream dip. When people say this is their best item here it's hardly a knock on the restaurant at all.

However the temperature, thus the standard of the focaccia varied through the night. It's incredibly good when it's hot but it's quite obviously different when it's at room temp. So snap them up quickly when a fresh batch comes out.

My dining partner and I tgt probably had close to a quarter of the entire huge bread through the night


It's really just sliced tomatoes. However it is pretty good. They are sweet and carries quite some flavour, without much sourness too.

Whether you think it's worth 19++ is really up to the individual, but at the very least this is superior to the average tomato enough that it is perceptible, better than some tomatoes that some restaurants claim is from Japan but actl it doesn't taste like anything.

Further this is from Israel and there's transport costs, so I'd say this price is more than reasonable. The portion was pretty good too