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Very quaint place, great food and super service. This is the only known Carribean restaurant in Singapore and when we visited for a special occasion, we werent disappointed at all.
Great food including good vegetarian options as we had a vegetarian in the group. The “risotto” was delicious. Amazing variety of rums to choose from!
Affordable and tasty food. Cocktails were great!!!! Ambience was also very good! I will definitely revisit the place!
Our third time at Lime House and it continues to be a great choice. Ambiance is relaxing, jerk chicken is great, and they now make their own Caribbean-style beer! We will be back again for sure!
Lime House has a lively, colourful and inviting ambience in an old shophouse. The service was warm, friendly and knowledgeable, and we were informed that the kitchen is helmed by a Chef from Barbados and the owner is from Trinidad (both places of which I've visited). The Caribbean Set Dinner we tried was authentic and absolutely scrumptious! Even our children who are usually picky eaters loved the unusual flavours of the blackened sea bass and jerk chicken (which was quite spicy). We'll definitely be back!
The restaurant's interior is wonderfully decorated with reggae music playing in the background. Everything you would imagine in a carribean restaurant. I came here to celebrate my husband's birthday and I was a little worried that it would not match his expectations as he is from the carribean but he loved it. I can't recall the names of the dishes we ordered. We got a chickpea dish as a starter. It came with what I can only describe as a fried dough/bread thing. For our main courses we ordered baked sweet potato stuffed with vegetables and jerk chicken. Definitely request for hot sauce if it doesn't come with the dish you order. It packs quite a punch. We loved all the dishes. The only thing that wasn't particularly fantastic was the spiced banana bread. It wasn't bad but it wasn't great either. But I don't think it's a big deal because you probably wouldn't have much room for dessert anyway. The food portions are pretty generous :) we left very happy with our meal.
After attempting to visit Lime House 3x, we FINALLY had the chance to experience their cuisine. Definitely need to note that lunch is not served at both locations. Outside of that little annoyance, their food was on point! With few items on the menu, they've managed to master most of them. Downsides...VERY loud, I believe one waitress (or maybe the manager), holds the fort down and makes up for the other "challenged servers." As with quite a few singaporean restaurants, service is struggling a bit. Overall, an enjoyable food experience and great location! Pop next door to Cufflink Club for some tasty drinks afterwards!
3rd time here so I've pretty much tried everything on the menu haha. They have revamped the menu so they took out and added some things. Glad that the jerk chicken and curry goat were still on it. They added a new water filtration system so you gotta pay $2 if you get water to cover the costs. You might as well get a drink (maybe that's the marketing strategy haha). 1 for 1 drinks and mains with the entertainer app. Service was not very attentive and a bit slow at times. Gets noisy past 7pm for dinner too. But go there for the food and you won't be disappointed.
Great food and cocktails! We had the jerk chicken and curry curry goat mains. Both were really delicious! Jerk chicken was tender while the curry was full of flavour. Kept eating it even though we had already finished the rice and were quite food! The flavour is addictive! I also had the Francis Drake cocktail. If you love sweet cocktails, then get this! It was love at first sip! Also used the Entertainer app for 1-for-1 mains. Super worth it in the end! Would definitely be back to try more! :)
This place is fab. Was my second time there and the food experience it surpassed all my earlier expectations. Food was exceptional. Presented on the plate were what appears to be nothing vastly different from local Singaporean cuisine, but there were distinct elements that dished out the Carrribean flavours and sets it apart from food within the region. Restaurant was fairly packed and the boss Chris took the effort to address diners at every table. Genuine and sincere he also took the extra step to answer additional questions we had.