Own this restaurant?
Dear diners, please be aware that non-Quandoo vouchers cannot be used in conjunction with online booking. If you wish to use non-Quandoo vouchers, please call the restaurant directly.
Brought to you by the same folks who came up with the cutting edge BW Furniture, Club Meatballs in Singapore’s Chinatown is a meeting point for foodies, design aficionados and coffee addicts. This one of a kind dining establishment serves so much more than meatballs, featuring a menu complete with big hearty breakfasts, incredible salads and innovative international main courses, plus decadent desserts that have local foodies hooked. Found at China Square Central down Cross Street, Club Meatballs is an optimal choice for great food in the heart of the city.
See below for Club Meatballs' Specials!
Nice food, nice service, good environment. Will be visit again.
Food was great and the place was very cosy, child friendly as well. Waiting was okay and prices were reasonable. Will be back!
Club Meatballs is one truly innovative restaurant. The setting alone is stunning – it is, after all, backed by Singapore’s BW Furniture – with its semi-open kitchen, sleek wooden tables and mood lighting. Seating up to 70 guests, this Cross Street restaurant is suitable for a large gathering and is more than ideal for celebrations of any kind. This creative hotspot also serves an array of excellent drinks that’ll have you and your friends buzzing, and thankfully, it’s located just steps from Chinatown and Telok Ayer MRT stations for when you’re ready to stumble home.
Here at Club Meatballs in Singapore's Chinatown you’re invited to ‘pimp your balls’, which is a lot more fun than you may think. Start by choosing your meat balls – there are beef, chicken, pork, fish and falafel varieties – before deciding what to put ‘under your balls’ (we recommend the creamy mashed potatoes or tagliatelle pasta). Finally, select from an array of international-inspired sauces including the rich creamy truffle mushroom sauce, red wine and onion sauce or the homemade pesto. But there’s a lot more innovative cuisine where that came from, so make sure to book ahead and stop in to see for yourself what all the fuss is about.