Please take note that tables have a maximum dining time of 1 hour 30 minutes.
Thank you. The guys behind The Laneway Market are back to push the envelope with Brine, a light and cosy restaurant in Bugis that offers tasting portions with an international flair. You’ll find them serving up quirky dishes like torched tenderloin tartare and battered John Dory burger with homemade tartare sauce and tomato basil concasse from its premises on North Bridge Road – making them a breath of fresh air in the Singapore F&B scene. Brine is definitely a name to watch, so book a table now to make sure you don’t miss out.
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Love the vibes here! Quaint resto with open kitchen concept and kinfolk-esque interior on point. Food was really enjoyable, had Omakase for 2 and each dish was carefully crafted and most were very tasty! Will revisit just for the intimate ambience.
Great set lunch menu although I wish the selection is wider. Superb and unusual dessert!
Lunch hour on the day I visited was quiet so nice for those who like to have a quiet lunch. Seabass main as part of the lunch set was nice but the fish was too small. It is a cosy and small place.
Named after the cooking technique that involves soaking lean cuts of meat in a salt-and-water solution to retain moisture and bring out the most of their natural flavours, Brine is the latest venture brought to you by the same team behind Katong hotspot The Laneway Market. Situated on the ground floor of Hotel Clover on North Bridge Road in Bugis, Brine tests the boundaries of casual fine dining with a contemporary selection of bites that draw influences from around the world.
From your seat at Brine’s light and cosy space in central Singapore, watch chef Christopher Tan put together dishes like the five-day ponzu-brined ribeye and mussels sauteed in garam masala, parmesan shavings and papadum – elegantly served in tasting portions as part of a four- or five-course menu. For dessert, you can’t go wrong with the coconut ice cream with salted corn and cubes of torched mango, guaranteed to bring a deliciously sweet finish to your visit here. Few international restaurants in Singapore are as daring and innovative as Brine, which makes it a name you’ll want to take note of in the local F&B scene. Skip the lines and get in on the action at this Bugis gem by reserving a table ahead of your visit.