252 North Bridge Road
#03-42 Raffles City
Singapore 179103

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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One of the better fish n chips thag i tried. The fish was really tender. The batter wasn't too thick so you can taste the fish with a thin layer of crispy batter. The tar tar sauce was really nice too. Sadly, the fries wasn't salted evenly and some of them might be abit hard.

The food is on the pricey side but of good quality. The spaghetti was al dente and is tomato base. You can slightly taste the wine being used. The duck confetti was well marined and very tender. You can easily slice it off the bone. Would recommend this!

Didn’t expect myself to enjoy Surrey Hills Grocer’s airy fried dough ($22) as much as I did. A fun twist. Think crisp crumb-coated donut balls paired with drizzles of pistachio praline, strawberry compote, fresh berries, buttery crumbs, a scoop of raspberry sorbet (pleasantly tart and tangy but leaning slightly toward face puckering), and creme chantilly. Sweet, bright, nutty, fruity and refreshing.

Tried the barramundi omelet and the Turkish breakfast.
1. For the omelet, it is one of the better omelet in Singapore. However I feel barramundi and egg may not be best pairing.
2. This is a pretty good reedition on a brunch dish. Pita and hummus goes well with fried egg.

Overall, food is pretty but food is really pricey. And not amazing so wouldn’t come back.
Although place is pretty — but really too crowded and noisy.

($26) in dry version but they used medium dried prawn to stir fry with spices. The prawn was well executed and complement with the sauce. The tau pok was slighty dry and a bit overcooked. The quail egg was a bit strong taste tbh. The linguine was not that hard or soft texture as mixed well with sauce also.

Turkish Breakfast ($22) Toasted pita bread dipped with Tzatziki (cucumber herb yogurt salad), two fried eggs with house salad. Tzatziki really quite good according to my sister. But hummus sauce was not much also to dip.