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What you see is what you get at Roots Kitchen Bar, where diners are invited to chill out, eat and drink in a downhome and rustic ambience that epitomises Singapore’s bustling Little India. Known by critics and foodies alike for serving some of the city-state’s best European delights, the restaurant offers top-table cuisine at casual dining prices. Located on Dickson Road across from Moon Hotel, amid the excitement and hubbub of this vibrant neighbourhood, Roots Kitchen Bar beckons to the hungry, thirsty, curious or anyone simply seeking a good place to hangout.
Quiet and cosy place to chill and relax with friends
Cosy place with comfort food and drink. Nice for a place to chill.
Convenient to get to, great recommendation by staff, affordable prices for excellent quality! Will definitely return!
Roots Kitchen Bar is open from 11am to 11pm every day of the week except for Tuesday. Fresh ingredients, hot pans & sharp knives describes what’s going on in the restaurant’s state-of-the-art kitchen in Singapore’s Little India, where expert chefs cook up their unique take on European cuisine. There are plenty of opportunities for you to indulge in the signature dishes that have won the restaurant a regular following, such as the eggs benedict and caviar for brunch, served with hollandaise sauce made from scratch and premium prosciutto Parma, and the crispy, seared Atlantic sea bass with asparagus and freshly made seafood fricassee. Other highlights include the juicy London-style broiled beef flank with root vegetables, a red wine jus and creamy potato puree, shredded ocean crab pasta with a lobster bisque sauce, and the succulent Nagano pork rack on a ‘never enough’ bed of braised cabbage and pancetta.
When it comes to drinks, the strawberry Earl Grey tea is one of Roots Kitchen Bar’s most popular beverages and always refreshing, while hop heads give the thumbs up to the restaurant’s draught beers, the perfect way to cool down on a hot day in the hubbub of Little India. For a decadent finish, the cacao mousse served with blackcurrant granita and berries is a must-try. Roots Kitchen Bar is garnering rave reviews in Singapore for its food and great prices, so to secure a spot at this Dickson Road gem we strongly recommend an advance reservation.