The team at Singapore’s Mad Nest on East Coast Road are shaking up the city’s restaurant scene. They have thrown out tired notions of set menus, a single head chef and an overriding theme and replaced it with eclectic cuisine championed by a number of young chefs with food from Japan, North India, Thailand and China. This menu is matched with beers, wines and spirits suitable for the global range on offer in this Katong eatery.
This place has a variety of Thai, Japanese and North Indian food that is good. Excellent service with friendly staff as well. I would go there again.
Atmosphere was good to relax and chill! Oishii maki tasted deliciously good. Worth the try 😋 portion for tofu and soft shell crab too big for 2 pax but overall tasted good too!
First time trying the grilled salmon belly here as a regular customer, I really do recommend it. Tom yam seafood fried rice has generous portion of ingredients.
Guests to East Coast Road’s Mad Nest are welcomed into a dining room that speaks of the restaurant’s quiet ambition. The Katong dining space is awash with minimalist beige and greys, allowing the food’s bold colour and flavour to speak for itself. Diners are invited to choose from a menu which demonstrates the skill and tenacity in the kitchen. Choose from sushi, meat fresh from the tandoor or the team’s beloved Thai-Chinese fusion dishes.
East Coast Road Mad Nest is among Singapore’s most ambitious offerings. Blending art, a global mindset and a commitment to doing things their own way, the Mad Nest team are changing things up in Singapore’s Katong. As the dining room doubles as a gallery space, there room is constantly evolving, showcasing art from Singapore's up-and-coming designers and artists. Perhaps this is the crux of the reason that the Mad Nest is pulling dinners from across the city – blending art, food and globalism, they can only succeed in ultra-modern Singapore.