From all-day breakfasts to tapas and comfort-food classics, Cheng’s Gourmet Food Bar seems to have it all. The gourmet cuisine on offer at this local hotspot has become the talk of Singapore, drawing in foodies from all over the city to stop in for some of the city-state’s tastiest eats. Found along Clementi Road just steps from the National University of Singapore campus, Cheng’s is popular with local students and teachers looking to relax with some excellent food and drink . Stop by for snacks like the truffle fries, fire-crackle squid or spam fries before you chow down on popular items like the wagyu charcoal burger, the cajun chicken leg confit and the salmon served with a homemade lemon butter sauce. There’s much more to discover at this Clementi hotspot – book your table now to see what’s fresh and new!
Had the burger. Decently sized and really tasty. Huge range of craft beers available as well. Recommend the spam fries as well! Thoroughly enjoyable visit
nice place with good ambiance. food is not bad too. Ultraviolet floral cooler is a must try for it's pretty visual effect. Taste wise was pretty normal.
Nice and quiet place! Food is tasty. Pulled pork pancakes super good value. Gula melaka hotcakes a little sweet and heavy, but otherwise really good as well.
Food was awesome and the service was great as well. The ribs I had was just a bit too tough for my liking. The ambience was great for chilling. Would recommend this place to others 👍
Hipster café with the expected decor and the so-so service. But better than expected food. Wagyu burger had good comments from those at the table but one noted the bun was a little mushy. The portion however was substantial and pleased everyone. Tomyam pasta was tasty but a little dry. Needs some moisture - perhaps prawn stock - to bring out the flavours better. The grilled fish with brown rice had a thumbs up. The coffee however was a let down. So overall a better than average experience for the food, but perhaps skip the coffee unless all you need is a caffeine boost.
Food was good and served quickly. Please note that the opening time is (or was when you are reading this) wrongly listed. We booked for Sunday at 11:30am, but when we arrived they did not know about our reservation and stated they were opening at 12:00. Once we showed our reservation confirmation they let us wait inside.
Food was above average but first impressions weren't great when I saw the number of unavailable items on the menu. The fish and chips was good. Chicken confit was tasty but it was just warm. Could do better.
Had the set lunch which was value for money. Decent food but nothing to shout about. My friend asked abt gluten free dishes and they did not seem to have any.
1. The coffee machine was working when we were there. 2. 2 items out of the entire Brunch menu was not available 3. Quality of the food weren't great. I ordered the Carbonara and it was rather bland. My partner ordered the Big Breakfast and he said it's bad too. Definitely not going back there again. And considering that it's a Sunday brunch time, mthe place is awfully quiet with just another pair of customers present.
Decided to go there for dinner with my family because of the glowing reviews I read online. The service was good but the food was a real disappointment.