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The Platypus Kitchen combines exciting Asian ingredients with old school American recipes at its premises tucked away down Nankin Row just off Pickering Street near Raffles Place. Specialising in creating a range of tasty comfort food-inspired seafood dishes, this stylish Singapore restaurant within easy access of Telok Ayer, Chinatown and Raffles Place stations is known for its lobster rolls – offering a whopping nine different choices. On the menu you will also find a range of other delicious crustacean creations, from snacks and small plates to main courses.
Its good and i love it very very very much
It was really noisy and the food were very salty
food was great and the staff was really friendly! :)
Decorated in a casual American style, this trendy restaurant down Nankin Row (a side street off Pickering Street) near Raffles Place is known for their East Coast-style lobster rolls made with butter-poached lobster that has been doused in your choice of sauce and served in a perfectly grilled bun. With nine different choices of lobster roll available, flavours range from the traditional to more creative combinations, such as spicy roasted garlic, red miso and sesame and lemon and piquant garlic. You can also upgrade your roll with a range of tasty extras. These include lumpfish caviar, sea urchin cream, burnt cheddar and Japanese tobiko.
Other popular options on Platypus Lobster Shack’s menu include the crustacean bowl – a rice bowl jam packed with lobster, uni creme, caviar, chargrilled cheddar cheese, sesame, honey ponzu and chervil, and the lobster mac and cheese – a seafood-infused take on the American classic. One of Singapore’s most loved seafood restaurants, Platypus Lobster Shack in Raffles Place reels in quite the crowd, so be sure to book your reservation in advance to avoid disappointment.