It’s the first Cedele Bakery Café to serve all day breakfast sets and hot meals, in addition to their mouth-watering cakes and scrumptious gourmet sandwiches.
Cedele’s love affair with all things natural or organic continues as they offer a delicious range of bread, pies, salads and soups. They define vegetarian food as having no eggs.
They offer a wide range of high fibre bread using grains and seeds such as wholewheat, oatbran, linseed, sunflower seeds and more.
Bad fats like trans fats are nowhere to be found in their products. Improvers, softening agents, pre-mixes, chemically produced stabilizers, emulsifiers, and artificial flavourings are forbidden in their kitchen. They don’t use preservatives for their bread, cakes or pastries either.
Only fresh and natural ingredients are used. They use the finest quality unsalted butter and cold pressed extra virgin olive oil. And when they need some sugar, they use organic unrefined sugar for healthy reasons.
Their philosophy is to eat good, live well. Healthy food that tastes great.
Fruits are the most awesome things on the planet. That’s also what Freshman is all about.
Freshman is an ambitious, fast growing fruit and juice bar chain in Singapore. Their philosophy is simple - they only sell what our mothers would feed us with. That means nothing but the purest quality in product and highest service level from their staff.
You can drink their juices for breakfast or during the day as they are wonderfully refreshing. The fresh fruits they use, have nutritional values that will have you wanting to drink one every day, bringing you Vitamin C, Antioxidants, Calcium and Fiber.
This all-day casual chic dining concept offers you an extensive menu devoted to a selection of delicious comfort food, unique creations, original cocktails as well as its artfully crafted specialty coffee.
The striking industrial chic look at Jewel Café + Bar is based on a design of contrasts and is conceptualised by the local cross disciplinary design practice FARM. Envisioning Jewel as a gem amongst the rugged surrounds of timeworn Rangoon Road, FARM decided on a raw shell of cold, bare concrete which is embellished with jewel-inspired details such as glittering crystal light bulbs, warm brass and copper ceiling features, glass doors, teakwood paneling and pristine white subway tiles reminiscent of vintage diners.
The laidback, quirky personality of the café is also evident from the al fresco patio at the front of the café, which is set up with latticed wire chairs in a retro shade of blue and an oversized chalk board that depicts witty cartoon etchings by a local artist.
For the menu, they took an irreverent approach to calorie-counting and go the whole hog to tantalise your taste buds. For instance, the traditional French Onion Soup is duly capped with a comforting baguette crust of Swiss Cheese, Parmesan and Gruyère, which is a great foil for the sweet caramelised onions beneath.
Don’t miss the unique Shio-Koji Octopoke, Jewel’s rendition of the poke, a Hawaiian raw fish salad, that’s given a touch of Japanese glamour. Tender cubes of pan-seared octopus are tossed in shio-koji (a fermented rice-based salt substitute), wasabi and extra virgin olive oil, paired with creamy avocado and shredded ginger flower for extra zing.
The sweet-toothed should leave room for classic desserts such as Homemade Apple Crumble, Tiramisu and Chocolate Brownie with Vanilla Bean Ice-Cream. A standout treat is the refreshing Pan-Seared Watermelon Steaks that’s simultaneously warm, sweet, tart and salty.
With its wide array of breakfast items, Jewel Café + Bar makes a great destination for a languorous pick-me-up any day of the week. The breakfast menu lists popular favourites like English Breakfast, Eggs Royale, Eggs Florentine, Croque Monsieur and Brioche French Toast.
You can pop in for early cocktails during the happy hour daily or post-dinner tipples, as Jewel’s full-fledged bar serves up a list of exquisite original concoctions and international beers.
All their espresso-based coffee specialties – served in their signature double shot style – are lovingly pulled using the Italian state-of-the-art "La Marzocco Strada" machine and freshly-ground single origin coffee beans from different countries such as Brazil, Ethiopa and Sumatra.
The latest addition to the Village Brand, Village Hotel Katong, as its name suggests, brings with it the Nonya flavors of Singapore’s Eastern regions of Katong and Marine Parade.
The non-smoking 229-room hotel, features Superior, Deluxe and Club categories, providing you with great comfort. Village Hotel Katong draws its inspiration from the Peranakan heritage of its surroundings, which are reflected in the hotel's Straits Chinese design accents.
Located on levels 7 and 8, their Superior Rooms are tastefully furnished with contemporary light green Peranakan décor, offering you a lavish 29 square metres of space with an accessible balcony. The bathrooms come equipped with a standing rain shower to provide a revitalizing experience and the in-room experience is complete with 46-inch LED TVs, complimentary wired internet and Wi-Fi access and a full range of amenities.
Their Club Rooms on levels 5 and 6, come with an in-room bath tub to relax and unwind at the end of the day. Staying in the Club room combines exceptional comfort with a host of exclusive privileges like access to the club lounge for daily breakfast and evening cocktails in a comfortable and ideal environment, both for work and leisure that will make you feel right at home.
The outdoor swimming pool is set in a cosy open-air corner on the 4th floor of the hotel, providing an ideal spot to unwind after exploring the nearby vicinity.
The new all-suite wing of the MoÌvenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa was once a barrack base that housed British artillerymen during World War II. Now it has been meticulously restored to offer you a sense of history that’s been fully updated with every contemporary comfort.
The three-storey Heritage Wing now features 62 sumptuous suites and an all-day restaurant. During restoration by Singapore’s DP Architects, the wing’s atmospheric original features such as colonial doors, window frames, high-ceilings, wide covered "link way" corridors and other architectural details were fully renovated to their former glory.
The building’s colonial ambience was also enhanced by contemporary flourishes. For example, a 4.8-metre Y-shaped table crafted from a single piece of Indonesian teak has become a design focal point in the WOW whiskey bar in addition to full granite table tops and oversized "kerosene lamp" chandeliers.
Taking inspiration from Singapore’s culture and tropical climate, the designers incorporated atmospheric fans (as well as air- conditioning), floor-to-ceiling windows, slate bathroom floors, patchwork carpets, natural wood finishes and local design motifs.
You will be able to enjoy the majestic view of the commanding Merlion statue from your room, a reminder of Singapore's magical history and traditions, or a tranquil pool view from the room.
Dedicated butlers are assigned to all heritage suites to provide the ultimate standard of luxury and comfort. Those requiring private meeting space can also request for a complimentary meeting room for up to 2 hours. You are also invited to the elite lounge where breakfast, evening cocktails and coffee, tea and snacks are served throughout the day.
Driven by their desire to provide the best gourmet food for everyday living, Jones The Grocer aims to inspire and excite the imagination of all food lovers.
With products sourced and selected from around the globe, they are a food emporium focused on providing natural ingredients produced by specialist, artisan suppliers. They showcase these through their innovative in-store cafe menu which you can enjoy in the casual atmosphere of their contemporary designed cafes.
With products ranging from premium tea leaves to luxury chocolates, from artisan crackers through to handmade pasta sauces, their staff are able to guide your selection and offer you informed an welcoming service.
Their soothing black and green teas and refreshing infusions are carefully made by blending the finest quality teas, flowers, fruit and spices. From classic English Breakfast to Japanese Genmaicha green tea, from minty Artic fire to their cleansing herbal infusion, they have a tea for every part of the day and for your every mood.
They are also passionate about coffee and the alluring aroma of freshly ground beans. Using only the finest beans, they have created their own Jones The Grocer coffee blend for you to enjoy or for coffee aficionados, try the unique and distinct aromas of their single origin beans. Their coffees can be enjoyed in store or made at home using their stylish imported coffee accessories.
The brand is a reflection of the coffee shops from the 60s and 70s, where the common practice for breakfast was a fragrant cup of Nanyang Coffee accompanied by freshly toasted bread. This warm, nostalgic concept was reinvented to bring back fond memories for those who missed the good old times, and for the younger ones to experience the feel and flavours of a bygone era.
Established in December 2005 as a food stall unit of Food Republic Wisma Atria in Singapore, Toast Box has fast expanded with more than 30 outlets strategically located all over Singapore, easy and convenient for you to enjoy Nanyang Coffee and freshly toasted bread.
Their signature traditional Nanyang Kopi is still the quintessential beverage at all Toast Box outlets.
Owner Chef and Director Nam Quoc Nguyen designed NamNam Noodle Bar’s menu to be one that is simple, healthy and affordable.
The causal Vietnamese noodle bar features 11 bowls of Vietnamese noodles lifted from the streets of northern, central and southern Vietnam. NamNam Noodle Bar’s menu cannot be without the famous bowls of pho from Hanoi, the birth place of pho recipes. With chicken or the variety of beef options, each bowl of rice flour noodles be it the regular Pho Beef Steak Slices or Pho Wagyu Beef Slices are packed with an intense broth boiled for at least 24 hours.
The Vietnamese noodle journey continues with other street noodle recipes from southern and central Vietnam. The elaborate Flower Crab Noodle Soup is dexterously prepared with superior flower crab stock and served with minced pork, crab meat and a deep fried soft shell crab. The Mouse Tail Noodle Soup is a Vietnamese breakfast or supper staple and is a best seller at sister restaurant Annam Vietnamese Cuisine.
They also serve the French inspired savoury baguettes, known as banh mi. The Fish Cake & Tofu banh mi, commonly found only in the north of Vietnam, is made with panâfried tofu marinated with lemongrass and chilli that will leave you light and refreshed.
The restaurant features a collage of old Vietnamese newspaper cutting wallpaper and enamel cups will add to the vintage atmosphere and touch of the whole concept. The warm yet chic interior furnishing brings out the flavour of Vietnam and its rich culture.
#B1â46/47 Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road
Following the runaway success of the less than one year old Brasserie Gavroche, Chef Patron Frederic Colin unveils his second food & beverage venue. A new sibling to the Gavroche name, CafeÌ Gavroche is located on 69 Tras Street, just across the brasserie.
Taking root in a conservation shophouse, the new venue boasts 3 sections within. Upon entry, the first section showcases the main Bar area, replete with a 4.2m wooden bar originating from Normandy, pre World War II, circa 1920. Next is the indoor "Terrace" section, a natural light filled space with cobblestone flooring, fringed with an indoor tree. Fitted with Drucker wicker chairs and tables, a sense of an outdoor setting within is created, reminiscent of a typical Parisian cafeÌ. The final space features an intimate Dining area decked out with a long rustic wooden table and chairs, Opaline hanging lamps, a 300kg cast iron antique stove and wall-hung copper pots of varying sizes.
Paying homage to his French roots, Chef Patron Frederic has sourced a collection of artisanal Pastis from the South of France. The largest selection in Singapore (35 different labels). Sip on the traditional Casanis Pastis de Marseille or Le Pastis de la maison du Pastis, Relish Henri Bardouin Pastis created from 65 plants and herbs or savour the Jean Boyer Opale, made with green anise and botanicals in an artisanal distillery.
A large selection of French wines completes the beverage menu, with focus on culture raisonneÌeÌ, producers of high caliber who practice sustainable agriculture and vin de soif, quality wines that are accessible and of good value.
The food menu showcases lighter French fare, perfect for sharing. An extensive selection of tartines (open face sandwiches with 14 choices of toppings on freshly baked bread), charcuterie, cheese platters and the all time favourite, Croque Monsieur.
You can look forward to breakfasts enjoyed as you would do in Paris, with Weekend Breakfasts AÌ La FrancÌ§aise from 10.30am on Saturdays and Sundays. Expect rustic and hearty portions freshly-baked croissants, pastries and country breads along with French jams and egg dishes done to perfection as you enjoy the weekend in an authentic setting.
Au Chocolat, a French inspired Bistro and Confiserie poises to set a new benchmark for dining concept stores.
Covering almost 4,700 square feet it recently opened its doors at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Located on the Bay Level, it's prominent façade of French fixtures instils a sense of nostalgia that French antiquated streets reflect, with its calm and sophisticated ambience.
Marrying old-world elegance and the nostalgic charm of Paris, Au Chocolat captivates you with one-of-a-kind elements such as a molten chocolate roof, genial packaging, fascinating artwork and a miniature vintage train set running across the ceiling.
The Au Chocolat Bistro provides an all-day dining menu of traditional French flavours and international cuisine in cosy comfort, where you can enjoy an extensive food menu that will warm their hearts. Catering to the preference of all palates, They offer a wide selection of an all-day breakfast menu, salads, pastas, tasty roasted meats, and hand-made savoury and sweet crepes, alongside a snack menu to curb the munchies, such as tater tots, truffle fries, and mushroom bites.To cater to all ages, a special assortment of child-friendly dishes includes French toast crunch, 'OO' mini burgers, little chicken tenders and Danielle’s battered fish. An impressive list of beverages, including its signature Au Chocolat hot fudge and uniquely chocolate blended drinks, rounds off the menu.
Enjoy the ultimate retail experience at the Au Chocolat Confiserie with its very own master chocolatier at work in the chocolate atelier creating delectable works of art on site. The Au Chocolat Confiserie also hosts a pâtisserie with a great variety of mouth-watering desserts such as cakes, pies and pastries. Expect to find the finest chocolates made fresh daily and unique candies all in one place.
This icon of New York City’s culture and lifestyle has just opened a 3,200 square feet flagship store in Orchard Central, offering you the chance to experience the unique cosmopolitan vibe that has made Dean & DeLuca a household name in New York.
Dean & DeLuca is a chain of upscale grocery stores. The first one was established in New York City's Soho district.
Over its history, the chain has earned a reputation as an icon of New York City culture and lifestyle. Revered as a hub for the discovery of new culinary trends and little known culinary traditions, Dean & DeLuca is the only brand that has the cultural status and global brand awareness to be the deï¬ning brand in gourmet food retail around the world.
Besides a great selection of gourmet foods; artisanal cheeses, special sauces and charcuterie, the Dean & DeLuca store has its signature cafe, alongside an in-house bakery, for an authentic New York brunch experience.
The all-day breakfast Menu serves freshly baked goods, such as the salted caramel banana or the French toast brioche.
Baker & Cook is Singapore's new artisan bakery & food store.
Alongside their world-class signature bakery range, you can choose from the beautiful selection of Baker & Cook own-brand range of jams, chutneys, handcrafted packaged cookies, cakes, homemade granola, not to mention their delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner bakery- influenced food, accompanied by fantastic fine wine.
One of the easiest dishes to order is the Tartines—French open-faced sandwiches - with an assortment of toppings. But wait until you try the Egg mayonnaise tartine!
The breads are served warm, with each of 4 daily selections neatly presented. Aside from the exceptionally buttery and slightly dense Mini croissants, and dense, complex German Volkorn loaf.
Its unique location was hand selected by Baker Dean Brettschneider and his team to combine the best of neighborhood baking, shopping and dining with a stunningly designed bakery that reflects the very best of global influences.
Dean is regarded as one of the most respected bakers in the world, with more than 25 years of experience, author of 10 best selling baking books and a true celebrity TV personality.
Definitely worth the journey down to Greenwood Avenue!
Australian Chef Roland Graham helms the kitchen with an impressive track record of over 35 years of culinary experience spanning Singapore, Bangkok, New York and Doha. Trained in the 5-star Sheraton Hotel Sydney, Chef Roland counts amongst his many achievements positions as Head Chef of The Australian in Manhattan, New York, and Executive Chef of Sareeraya Koh Samui and a prominent dining establishment in Singapore. His long-awaited return to Singapore has created a buzz in the local food industry and media.
Chef Roland promises a radical take on the all-day breakfast concept and an original approach to the modern bistro with a distinctly Asian-inspired twist. No effort has been spared in the selection of choice ingredients for the freshest and highest quality. Fans of Chef Roland will be able to recognise his signature style as he brings fresh and surprising flavours to classic breakfast dishes.
Understated décor and raw furnishing make the bistro an inviting hangout amidst the whirl of campus activity. Late Plate offers the charm of a laid-back dining experience that packs a punch with its contemporary and creative menu offerings.
11 Kent Ridge Drive #01-03, Shaw Foundation Alumni House
Our grandmothers were right when they said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And you've probably noticed that over the years that breakfast and brunch have grown beyond the simple human need to 'break the fast' after a night's sleep. You could say that breakfast is the modern meal.
At Wild Honey they love breakfast. But they're not talking about your grandmother's breakfast. They love the limitless and delicious possibilities of breakfast - sweet, savoury, spicy, chewy, gooey, simple and elegant.
Inspired by the vast array of ingredients, recipes and breakfast traditions, you can now travel to a different destination every day. From Tunisia to Mexico to New York to California. As an example, inspired by the exotic colors, flavours, textures and traditions of the Middle East: The Syrian, starts with Wild Honey's signature brioche caramelized for a crunchy texture. Fresh, poached blood plums, homemade labne (yoghurt), a honey, saffron and orange blossom syrup, pistachios and fresh mint leaves for a beautiful way to start or finish your weekend.
Wild Honey's take on an Arabian breakfast starts with softly boiled eggs sprinkled with zataar (middle eastern spices). They then add their own house made labne (yoghurt), grilled eggplant, vine ripened tomatoes, cucumbers, black and green olives and three gorgeous dips - babaganoush, schug, and muhammara to enjoy with warm Turkish flatbread. A feast for the eyes and taste buds. Sohatein!
You might also want to try their Classic open faced egg frittata featuring finely sliced potatoes scented with summer rosemary and imported Italian white truffle oil. Finished off with a touch of mascarpone, Avruga caviar and Italian parsley for a taste of La Dolce Vita in every bite. Buon appetito!
This will be Wild Honey's second restaurant adding to their existing shop at Mandarin Gallery and boasting a unique open air balcony at Scotts Square, providing gorgeous views to Singapore's busy shopping belt.
The Mitraa is a newly opened, comfortable and friendly hostel in the cozy central district of Singapore, that satisfies the accommodation needs of budget conscious travelers and backpackers with affordable rates. They are within 5 min walkable distance between Farrer Park MRT and Boon Keng MRT stations. Closer to us are some of the Singapore's most popular restaurants, shopping malls, Chinese & Indian Temples, Mosques and recreational clubs.
They offer clean and comfortable double bedded rooms and 2 / 4 / 6 bunker bed rooms. Their reception is open 24 hours.
Hostel features include: Free Breakfast, Free Wifi Internet, Fully Air-conditioned rooms, Lounge area w/TV & DVD, Clean Toilets & hot/cold shower rooms, Cozy outdoor terrace, Security lockers, 24 hrs reception, CCTV Security surveillance, Very friendly staff, Airport transfer, Luggage storage, Mini Library & Newspapers for reading, Free Book Exchange.
•Check in time : 1300 hrs ~ •Check out time: 1200 hrs
Luggage storage is available for early arrivals or late departures on the day at no extra cost. Please note the balance amount is payable in Cash only.
Enjoy Mitraa's unique blend of Comfort and Friendliness.
Built in 1933, Clifford Pier was a landing point for immigrants and other sea passengers. The Landing Point derives its name as it signifies the long passage way the early settlers took upon setting foot at the pier.
Elegantly positioned alongside an impressive 6-metre wide indoor promenade paved in bespoke marble mosaics, The Landing Point is The Fullerton Bay Hotel’s lounge du jour. Aptly named after its significance in Singapore’s history as the location where immigrants and other passengers first arrived in the city-state by sea in the early 1900s, The Landing Point is designed by Asia’s highly sought-after design wunderkind Andre Fu.
In hues of aqua green, mineral silver and plum with opulent soft furnishings and subtle lighting, The Landing Point features a 13-metre long bar, a spacious waterfront outdoor terrace and a chic indoor lounge area. The décor harks backs to the colonial era, evoking a charming aura of the old British Concession in a juxtaposition of modernity meets old world charm. As one of the first touch points for guests arriving at The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, The Landing Point is beautifully dramatic. Guests are greeted by a stunning 7-metre wide multi-faceted ceiling pendant feature, and an array of subtly lit lanterns.
Open for breakfast, lunch and light refreshments throughout the day, The Landing Point serves chic comfort food interpreted through classic dishes, using only the finest and freshest produce. Guests can enjoy a carefully selected variety of salads, delicious sandwiches, local Asian favourites, and desserts.
Afternoon Tea is served daily and presents an array of delightful light bites – Mini Bagels, Finger Sandwiches, Chocolate Éclair, Canele, Tarte Citron, and English Scones with Strawberry Jam and Clotted Cream. The Landing Point’s selection of fresh teas and infusions consists of Honeyed White Tea, Gyokuro Green Tea, Pu-Erh 1998 Vintage Tea, and Lemongrass infusion.
As the sun sets, the tempo at The Landing Point shifts gear, inviting guests to enjoy a sundowner whilst overlooking the sparkling bay. Among a wide range of spirits, cognacs, brandies and whiskies are new and old world wines available by the glass, and a carefully crafted menu of cocktails available exclusively at The Landing Point.
Inspired by the location and history of the venue, “The Clifford Collection” is a range of eight contemporary cocktails that reflect an ingredient-driven philosophy; “The Anderson Collection” consists of eight timeless vintage drinks. The third unique collection named “The Old Fashioned Cocktails” customizes the original 19th century drink with guests’ choice of whiskey, bourbon or rum. These bespoke cocktails are stirred swiftly for exactly 20 seconds and the addition of 2 dashes of artisanal bitters and light citrus oils provide a whisper of sweetness.
The Landing Point is open daily from 7.00am to 12.00am
SoHo7 is all about great friends, great in-cafe freshly-roasted handcrafted coffees, great food 'n' great wines in a great hang-out with great smiles 'n' service to boot! All are greatly welcomed!
SoHo7 is a tiny but bursting with from-the-heart friendliness 'n' cheery-warm service Cafe/Bistro just for you, their friends. Let SoHo7 tempt u with their yummilicious food-with-a-passion menu topped with a celebratory toast 2 friendships alone within their humble 4-walls. This is the heartbeat of SoHo7 as they welcome 'n' invite you with outstretched open arms to come eat 'n' drink with them, as friends.
At SoHo7, you are only a stranger once when you pass through their front doors for the very first time. On your second visit...hey!...pleeeze don't be shy, pleeeze make yourselves at home as the team at SoHo7 does their very best to serve you. Friends today but BFFs in the near future for sure!
SoHo7 is excited 'n' happy to present the comfort food of all comfort foods: 'All Day Breakfast' served anytime 'n' anyway you like it accompanied with an equally fabulous lunch grill menu serving this City's look-no-further, best-ever Burger selections, Clubby Sandwiches 'n' monumental Stacky-Stack Classic Toasties; not forgetting Chef Swee's delectable max-yum-factor Daily Specials and scrumptious nightly Tapas with a fine good drop, clink - clink - salut!
Psssssst...wanna know a secret? Hard-core chocolate addict Swee has concocted a most wicked chocolate blend for SoHo7's chocolate beverages, hot or cold: heaven in a mug! Muz try!
Peperoni Pizzeria's second branch recently opened at Binjai Park. Besides the bigger bar which lines part of the exterior, the 100-seater affords more space between each table, giving diners more privacy without doing away with the cosy conviviality that makes Peperoni so endearing. Antique fixtures adorn these walls, adding a touch of the past to the retro-styled outlet.
In conjunction with the opening of the second branch, Peperoni started serving breakfast on weekends. Heart and familiar breakfast platters and freshly squeezed mixed juices are the way to go to start the weekend.
Takeaway pizzas are extremely popular. All pizzas come fresh and piping hot straight from the open pizza kitchen that sits in Peperoni. The large wood-fired oven here gives all their pizzas that authentic smoky flavour.
Aside from the variety of pastas and pizzas available, there also many scrumptious snacks to choose from. Provision have been made for the little ones, with a kid's menu that includes small pasta/pizza, a drink and a gelato/sorbet for dessert. They also offer many Belgium beers of varying alcoholic intensities. The slection ranges from a light, summery peach-flavoured fizz to more robust, unrestrained brews. Every item on the menu is nett, which means that guests need not worry about extras like GST or service charge when the bill arrives.
The combination of good food and booze in a vivacious ambience delivers a delightful dining experience every time!
Donoma is the newest restaurant on Keong Saik Rd, serving an urban American cuisine in a contemporary setting, filling in a modest conservative shophouse on an historical street, comfortably out of reach of the city’s increasingly glitz and glamour. The menu is grounded in a small selection of finely done standards that are use to signify upscale contemporary American cooking.
Meal types include American (New), American (Traditional), Breakfast, Brunch, Burgers, Cajun/Creole, Diners, Hot Dogs, Latin American, Sandwiches, Seafood, Singaporean, Southern, Steakhouse, Tex-Mex, Vegan and Vegetarian.
You will be surprised who you'll catch up with here. The Moment you walk into Molly Roffey's Irish Pub, be amazed with the view, convenience and service. Probably The ONLY SPOT in town and central area with Real People! Located in Plaza By The Park on Bras Basah Road, Molly Roffey's is an Irish restaurant-bar which serves European and Irish Food.
A laid-back restaurant-bar that opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner and screens both football and rugby matches. Try the Irish stew ($14.50); Guinness pie ($15.50); and combo breakfast set of grilled bacon, hash brown and sausages ($12.50).