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Specialising in bringing the taste of the Mediterranean and Australia to hungry Singapore foodies, Plonk is a must for anyone with a love of delicious, fresh and quality food. Located in Serangoon Gardens along Maju Avenue, you’ll find an array of dishes ranging from small tapas dishes to pizzas and mains, and a particularly tempting drinks menu as well. Combining the culinary influences of the Mediterranean with a casual Australian dining vibe, this venue is the ideal choice for relaxing and enjoying some stellar food with friends or family. Just be sure to reserve in advance, however, as this is a local favourite for very good reason.
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nice ambience, good food and great place to chill with drinks
Ambience was fantastic, food was excellent and the service was very thoughtful. A little noisy when crowds came in but it was bearable. Could be a little brighter though, as the dim lights made us all sleepy!
The food is without a doubt the star of the show at Plonk. Serving up an extensive array of tapas and options from the a la carte menu, no matter what you’re in for, whether it’s casual drinks with friends or a fully fledged meal, this Serangoon Gardens hotspot has got you covered. If you’re in for brunch, tuck into The Works with eggs your way, bacon, chipolatas, field mushrooms and Plonk’s special baked beans on toast, or a serve of smashed avo topped with feta and cherry tomatoes on homemade Turkish bread.
If you’re visiting Plonk a little later on, sample a few tapas that are ideal for sharing. This Singapore spot is brimming with Mediterranean classics such as chargrilled calamari topped with chilli, lemon and fresh herbs, garlic and rosemary potatoes and Italian-style meatballs served with aged parmesan. For those with heartier appetites, keep an eye out for Plonk’s beef rendang with couscous and raita, wagyu beef burger with all the trimmings, black truffle mushroom risotto or one of the mouthwatering pizzas. You’ll find Plonk on Maju Avenue in Singapore’s Serangoon Gardens where reservations are essential to avoid disappointment.