O’Parl Cafe sits proudly in the entrance to The Arts House on Singapore’s Old Parliament Lane, and it’s a trip back in time as well as a nod to the future. The building itself – located around City Hall – is a fine example of colonial architecture, while the menu in the cafe focuses on modern flavours of Singapore. There’s a host of local delicacies spanning across daytime and evening menus, some highlights being the classic laksa or pork ribs with braised peanuts for lunch, as well the chilli crab pasta or British-style fish and chips for dinner. There is also a fine drinks menu that boasts international wines and well-brewed coffee. Reserve your table at this Singapore hotspot now.
I was at the cafe on a deal, the location was great. However, the ambiance needs improvement. For example, they allowed the clearing of plates within the same common room where food is eaten/served - making a lot of noise - this really gives a feeling that the cafe is a food court or hawker centre.
The food is nice! some items in the menu only available before 6pm and some after 6pm, will come again to try out for dinner
Had a dinner with my wife, the ambience is good, not crowded, found retro stuffs displayed that bring back memory. Ordered salmon and seabass and it taste good, plating is great too. A bit dissapointed that choco lava cake is finished, so we tried cream cheese lava cake. Too sweet for us. Overall its good dining experience