Located slightly north of the central districts, The Peak Bistro is adding to the Singapore foodscape with a myriad of Western, Canto & Indonesian cuisine. Foodies in the know have been waiting for this one, tucked away in Toa Payoh on Mount Pleasant Road because, despite being open for quite a while now, the restaurant was formerly only open to senior police officers. Now, however, you can feast on exceptional Anglo-Chinese cuisine in a picturesque colonial building, which during the evening is an idyllic setting for a romantic evening for two. As you’d expect from a restaurant of this calibre, reservations are absolutely essential.
The peak bistro is one of the most inconsiderate places in singapore. On the website they said they were open. Last week when I called to ask if they will be open on 1 July 2019 they said it will be open on 1 July 2019. It was meant to be a family gathering to celebrate my wife's birthday with our children. Quadoo reminded me in the morning of the appointment. We were excited to go. When we arrived it was in total darkness and NOT OPEN for business. I called and the explanation was that it was supposed to open on Monday but due to some management decision it will not be open till Wednesday. I asked the lady why they did not call to inform of the change? There was no apology just some lame excuse of the management said the date was changed to Wednesday. My son-in-law had to walk in darkness from the main road to the restaurant located in Mount Pleasant road. It was not a good experience.
Food are reasonably priced. The staffs are friendly and services are great?
Quiet and affordable place where family can go for lunch n dinner.
The Peak Bisto in Toa Payoh is one of the most exciting additions to the Singaporean foodscape. Set in a charming historic colonial building along Mount Pleasant Road, you’ll find an array of dishes to tingle your taste buds. Expect Western, Canto and Indonesian cuisine from The Peak Bistro’s a la carte menu, and we recommend mixing it up. What we mean is, kick things off with truffle fries, foie gras, deep-fried crispy tofu and the famous fish head curry that’s designed to share. Sound good?
Then, some of our favourite main dishes at The Peak Bistro are, of course, the Chinese abalone steamed rice, claypot braised tofu with salted fish and chicken, beef rendang cooked in local spices and served with steamed rice or the fully-loaded Peak Bistro burger topped with some of the best quality meat you’ll find anywhere in Singapore. With plenty more besides and an enticing set menu as well, you can rest assured that whether you’re after an Asian-style feast or something a little more European, you’ll be in heaven in this Toa Payoh restaurant.