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Singapore’s favourite local dishes get a fresh, modern makeover at the popular PappaSan Restaurant. Found inside of the chic Dorsett Singapore Hotel In Keong Saik, PappaSan brings Singaporean and international fusion delights to the masses, all made from scratch daily using the very best gourmet ingredients and seasonal produce. Boasting incredible original artwork including a huge hand-painted mural on one of the dining room’s walls, the restaurant offers a truly stunning setting on New Bridge Road.
I was hoping it would live to its hype over its chicken rice. Unfortunately that was not the case. Rice was not fragrant enough and a tad dry though it come nice and hot. Chicken was not that juicy and presentation was not the best. Chilli sauce was decent. I would rather have the popular hawker ones over this. Steak was cooked well and sides were tasty and complemented well. Would recommend this instead.
tasty and copious main course -- however we waited 50 minutes for our dish. the waitress apologised and served us a big fruit platter which was good service recovery.
A hip fusion restaurant found inside Singapore’s chic Dorsett Hotel, PappaSan Restaurant merges local traditional cuisine with dishes from all across the world, allowing guests to sample an array of bold flavours served in one chic place. Known for its artsy atmosphere – especially its hand-painted mural of a mysterious woman along the main wall – and its modern furnishings, the restaurant is the ideal spot for a trendy private event or corporate function. PappaSan’s location on New Bridge Road in Keong Saik, just a few minutes from Outram Park station, is as convenient as it gets for local foodies.
PappaSan Restaurant’s menu is chock-full of unique international specialities, plus local options including the popular PappaSan chicken rice with seasonal veggies, poached farm chicken and the restaurant’s very own house-made chilli sauce. If you’re looking for something a little more western, the Richman Burger is a gourmet way to satisfy that craving – consisting of a Wagyu beef burger topped with foie gras and cheese, this meaty option is sure to leave a lasting impression. Be sure to wash your selection down with one of the restaurant’s thirty international beer varieties, or indulge in a bottle of fine wine. Reservations are highly recommended for this iconic Singapore restaurant.