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Diners at The Dunearn Restaurant are the brightest of the bunch. Housed inside the famously exclusive National University of Singapore Society (NUSS) Graduate Club on Cluny Road, guests at Dunearn rub shoulders with some of Singapore’s elite. The kitchen focuses on excellence in Western cuisine, and guests are invited to make the most of the verdant surrounds when the weather is clement on the terrace, or take a walk after their meals.
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miss this place. I hope the new club house will be something like this
Really nice and cosy place. Food is good. So sad that the place has to shut down because NPark wants to take back the building.
love this place, pity that they are closed now. fantastic ambience, and food was great!
Singapore’s Botanical Gardens are the wonderfully peaceful spot that The Dunearn Restaurant, inside the NUSS Graduate Club’s Bukit Timah House on Cluny Road, stands. Away from the bustle and noise of the city, diners here can take a moment to pause and reflect – there’s a reason that this Western eatery is so popular with Singapore’s intellectual set after all. The Dunearn Restaurant prides itself on its superior Western cuisine and the chic ambience of its dining spaces, making it a popular choice for both intimate dinner with friends and celebratory lunches alike.
For most, university is the best years of their lives and so the opportunity to revive memories of that time is hugely appealing. The Dunearn Restaurant, inside of Singapore’s Botanical Gardens on Cluny Road, manages to do exactly that, without sacrificing the chic and mature vibe that makes the restaurant a popular spot for formal dinners. The sophisticated Western menu, coupled with the comfortable dining room has meant that this NUSS restaurant is a much sought-after destination of Singapore’s high society. Diners are reminded that The Dunearn Restaurant has a dress code and that a reservation is recommended.