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Breakfast, Buffet / All You Can Eat, Larger Groups, Eating Outdoors, Late Night Food, Families with Kids, Drinks
Friendly service. Food served were relatively good. Apple pork burger and sides were good. However, butter pancakes can be improved with more layers instead of just 2.
Lovely and attentive staffs. Awesome food and ambience. Recommend the BBQ char Siew burger and the Parmesan wings. Try the sweet potato fries too. Cheers.
Breakfast set consisting of toast, eggs and coffee/tea at $8.90 is good value. Although there are limited "brunch" type options for the menu. Otherwise, our family loved the ambience of the cafe. :)
Willin Low’s credentials as a chef are undisputed. The New York Times has credited him with transforming Singapore’s rich culinary heritage; fashion and culture mag Wallpaper* praised his down to earth but modern and imaginative technique; and publication house Phaidon recently showcased Low in their star chef compilation Coco: 10 World-Leading Masters Choose 10 Contemporary Chefs. Yet while Low knows that while a burger is the perfect template for wild invention, he also knows when to not mess with the classics. Purists should know that Relish @Cluny Court’s bacon cheeseburger is just that, simple bang-for-your buck burger goodness, no frills! But there’s far more to Relish than just your run-of-the-mill patty-and-bun combo – it’s up to you to make a reservation at this prime Bukit TImah burger joint to explore the possibilities.
Ratcheting up the traditional American burger a notch are options like the blue cheese beef burger, something Singapore gourmet burger fans might already be familiar with, but here layered with poached Williams pear and walnut butter. Low brings to bear his signature ability to fuse Singaporean street food traditions with seemingly incompatible cuisines with the soft-boned char siew pork open focaccia burger (South East Asian and Straits cuisine, American, Italian…), and the inspired Malaysian creation, te Ram-Lee burger. On the beverage front, burgers and beer are perennially good bedfellows, and Relish caters to this time-honoured match with a fantastic selection of craft beers and ales. Pair the Brewerks Golden Ale with the signature Wild Rocket beef burger with sarawak pepper cream and sun-dried tomato relish and you’ll see what we mean. A very popular spot at the intersection of Bukit Timah Road, Farrer Road – and the MRT at the northern end of the city’s beautiful Botanic Gardens – reservations are absolutely essential.