Porta on Unity Street in Clarke Quay is a premium bistro that specialises in modern European cuisine in an eclectic setting. This culinary hotspot is housed in what can best be described as a combination of a secret warehouse and a country manor complete with a map room, a private alfresco veranda for diners and a retail section showcasing the prized ingredients used in Porta’s dishes. The menus at Porta change regularly which means that diners will always be presented with new and exciting options filled with seasonal flavours whenever they visit this Singapore restaurant.
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Great ambience, good food, definitely value for money with the quality provided. Will go back there again when there's an occasion for it! Good place for a date if you are willing to spend.
Excellent ambience and service. Impressed by the specialty tomato ketchup they offered. Definitely a must try. Look forward to returning
Nice ambience and it was a quiet evening. The food was pretty good save for the short rib which they had to substitute with a brisket which was a mistake as it was too tough. Other than that, the service was good.
If you’re in need of a European feast around Singapore and you’re drawing a blank on where to go, Porta on Unity Street in Clarke Quay should be your first port of call. Serving up sumptuous European dishes inspired by the Mediterranean alongside artisan cocktails and boutique tipples, this Clarke Quay spot has truly got it all. But what kind of food can you find at Porta? Well, on their a la carte menu you can pick from signature dishes such as the classic French-inspired confit lamb pastilla with thyme, onion and young pistachio sprinkles, spicy salmon tartare that features a kick of Sriracha sauce, furikake seasoning, crunch crystal pear and crispy seaweed.
We also recommend keeping an eye out for the hearty French roast chicken leg that comes served with poulet roti, Lyonnaise potatoes and wild mushrooms cooked in a rich red wine sauce. You’ll also love the tangy, wholesome and robust pork belly with a pineapple puree and charred leeks, and the prawn and chorizo pasta cooked with spicy pork chorizo, harissa, tiger prawns, tomato coulis, parmesan and capers.
But it wouldn’t be Singapore without brunch, now would it? So you’ll be pleased to discover that Porta’s brunch offering is second-to-none and available all week long from 8am to 4pm every day. Whether you fancy a croque-monsieur with generous servings of melted Gruyere cheese and ham, the PB pancake smothered with chocolate sauce, fresh banana and crunch peanut butter crumble, or the breakfast burg filled with portobello mushrooms, spinach and a fried egg, Porta’s brunch offering will have you drooling. Just make sure you book ahead to avoid disappointment!