Have you been looking for the perfect place to have brunch, or perhaps you’re just sick of the same ol’ same? We know just the place for you. Named after the best day of the week, Saturday House on Upper Paya Lebar Road has enough truly phenomenal American- and European-inspired specialties to keep you coming back again and again. Offering only the best selection of beer alongside a number of other drink specials, this Singapore hotspot is a great place to start the evening off right.
Owned by Adrian Koh, the mastermind behind Changi Bistro, Saturday House aims to make every day feel like the weekend, with the fantastic atmosphere, indulgent American- and European- inspired foods and truly phenomenal beers. The environment inside is casual and low-key, and on any given weekday you’ll come in to find the restaurant full of happy patrons sipping on their tall hefeweizen beers, imported straight from Bavaria. The offering at Saturday House reminds one of what home-cooked, non-corporate American cooking might look like, including favourites like the ribeye steak, grilled pork collar and smoked leg of lamb. Feeling brunchy? Order the bolognese toast, grilled bread topped with beef bolognese and eggs cooked sunny side up. End your dinner with the molten lava cake for the perfect conclusion. Situated on Singapore’s Paya Lebar Road, you can’t go wrong with a meal at Saturday House.
Friendly staff good food great service! Thanks again for your hospitality!
Five of us were there on 2nd Sep, Sunday for dinner. Nice quiet place. Food was good and value for money. Die Die must try, the Mushroom Soup.
A good place to chill out and food is good
Good food and place. Nice Vibes in the evening. Near bus stop, a must visit if you are around the area. Price is decent too.
Enjoyed my dinner with my family at Saturday House. Food is good, at a reasonable price. Service was excellent. My sons age 14 and 16 enjoyed their dinner and we will definitely return to Saturday House for dinner. Will introduce to my friends and family. Parking may be a problem. we went at 6pm, and have no problem looking for parking space, I suppose if we go after 7.30pm, parking might be a issue. Overall, is a enjoyable dinner.
Had a good lunch with a group of colleagues today. At 12 noon, we were the only group of diners and the environment was rather relaxed and it's great for gathering. Not too noisy and the only staff hopping around was very friendly. We wanted to order their set lunch but seems they have only 3 choices and happened that few of us are lactose intolerant and anything butter or cheese does not interest them at all. And the other item on the menu contains beef which does not go well with them as well. Most ordered from the main menu and the popular item is the Grilled Pork Collar, it yields a tender bite and well char-grilled. One of the colleagues ordered the BBQ Chicken Leg which arrived looking like the Grilled Pork Collar which is well char-grilled as well. The sides served are the same, which contains veg and a portion of mashed potato. I must say they are rather tasty. We had colleagues who ordered the set lunch and I must say it is value for money. Regular portion and comes with soup and drink. The Crispy Sio Bak is very crispy as claimed, only thing is that is a little expansive and I find it a little salty. Well... It's suppose to be small bites that goes well with cold beer.
We ordered creamy wild mushroom soups, oven baked cheese nachos, marmite wings, mixed grill combo, spaghetti carbona, fruit punch and ice lemon tea for a family of 4 for our dinner. The mushroom soup is thick, creamy and flavorful. It comes with a piece of garlic bread that is crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. The cheese nachos is good! The pickled jalepaneos give a balance to the dish that it is not too cheesy. We hope the salsa sauce can be of bigger portion because by the time we finished the sauce, we are left with a quarter of nachos to go. In the end the kids dipped them with their mushroom soup. The marmite wings remain juicy though deep fried. However it has a bitter aftertaste from the marmite sauce. A little bit disappointed with the mixed grill as the grilled pork collar is not fully cooked. The waiter is quick to send back the dish to the kitchen to re-cook the pork. Overall, we enjoyed the pork collar the best, among other grilled meats. Spahetti carborana is very creamy and the spaghetti is cooked just right but my son find it a tad too salty. On the other hand, we find the fruit punch too sweet. Luckily the ice lemon tea came with a bottle of sweetener that we can adjust the sweetness to our taste. Overall, we have an enjoyable evening and will come again.
i have always enjoyed Saturday House, whether it is for a drink or a family meal. the service is friendly and parking is easy. patrons are very considerate and will move their car to ease your access or exit from the carpark. i tried the new pork recipe and it was delicious especially when you wash it down with dark Paulaner beer during happy hour. nice and cosy ambience.
Been passing this cafe so many times however did not bother to visit until I saw it at Quandoo when I was looking for nice cafe near my area, hence give it a try this time and to my surprise the food is pretty nice, ambience is good too. Quiet and nice for chill out during a peaceful Sunday. Will be back there again to try out other dishes and desserts.
The staff was polite and the food was really good especially the Marmite Wings. The mushroom soup also taste good. Overall, the ambience was just right for a catch-up with an old friend as the place was quiet and the weather was not too hot after a light rain. I will definitely come back again with my family.