Ding Dong

Singapore Tatler Singapore's Best Restaurants - - ASIAN/MODERN -

WHY GO

The food and the cock­tails are the best rea­son to visit this charm­ingly kitsch es­tab­lish­ment perched atop Ann Siang Hill.

TATLER TIPS

If you are plan­ning for a party for about 30 peo­ple, the din­ing area up­stairs pro­vides enough pri­vacy within a well-de­signed and cosy shop­house en­vi­ron­ment. The rec­om­mended as­sam pedas salt wa­ter bar­ra­mundi with okra and baby egg­plant is as spic­ily heady as it is vis­ually en­tic­ing. Po­tent flavours of the ‘nan ru’ in the well-bal­anced and sim­ply scrump­tious mari­nade and crust, form the per­fect com­ple­ment to the ten­der and suc­cu­lent pork ribs. For the mains, the crispy duck curry with cau­li­flower and pas­sion­fruit mar­ries the con­fit duck into a tra­di­tional Thai curry dish con­cept.

Asam pedas salt wa­ter bar­ra­mundi with okra & baby egg­plant

Prawn tem­pura red curry mari­nade & soy wasabi may­on­naise

Asian wagyu beef tartare with chili sauce & pick­led veg­eta­bles

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