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About The Quarters

Serving unbelievable Singaporean cuisine in Tanjong Pagar, The Quarters provides guests with the traditional cuisine they know and love in a casual modern environment. Located on Enggor Street, just a few minutes from Tanjong Pagar station and right in the heart of Sinapore’s busy Central Business District, The Quarters is open daily from 8am on weekdays and from 10am on weekends. A favourite among comfort-food lovers, The Quarters is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 8:00 am
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
8:00 am - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
8:00 am - 10:00 pm


The Quarters
16 Icon Village , Enggor Street #01-09
Singapore 079717

More about The Quarters, Singapore

The concept at The Quarters is relatively simple: to provide authentic, delicious Singaporean specialties in a laidback and friendly environment. Judging by the hordes of regulars making their way to this Tanjong Pagar restaurant on the daily, we’d say that the restaurant is successfully putting that concept into action. Inspired by the rich and varied cuisine of the island, the chefs at The Quarters on Enggor Street aim to present diners with the very best of the Singaporean kitchen.

Visit The Quarters in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar during the morning hours for a coffee on the way to work and prepare to be blown away by the rich, bold varieties on offer. Swing by for lunch and order from a number of mains such as the Ma Jie’s indulgence (cappelini with crab sauce) or the laksa bomb made with poached egg and crostini. A trip to The Quarters wouldn’t be complete without the restaurant’s famous dessert, the durian creme brulee, a unique and flavourful Singaporean take on the French classic.

18 The Quarters Reviews

18 Reviews
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Very good
Value for money:Reasonable value
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Leeann S.a year ago · 6 reviews

Good food. Steak was done well and the ambience was rather nice. Beer is recommended. Tasted great! Enjoyed my time there. Will be back for sure.

wei juan n.2 years ago · 10 reviews

We went there on sunday afternoon. There was no one there when we reached! Great quiet place for the girls to chill and chit chat. Food was not bad. There was only 1 service staff but she's friendly and patient. Great place to have a weekend lunch!

HYRUM L.4 months ago · 4 reviews

Food and service were both good. Nice place for a meal

Violet T.a year ago · 1 review

Pleasant, food is unique. Like it cos it's local taste. But a little too spicy for me. Staff very friendly and cool atmosphere. Will probably go again.

Janny W.2 years ago · 1 review

The Double-fried that are crisp-crunchy on the exterior, with salted egg yolk sauce on is one of best dip in, with other our dishes this is one bowl of fries. Started, couldn't stop and craving to no ends. , I should say, try and no regrets .. Duriancanboleh was the custard is smooth, creamy and satisfactorily sweet and rich enough, make our caught up with friends after a long day work.. wonderful my gf just love Lemongrass and Pandan ice cream cant stop with another bites

Claudia L.2 years ago · 5 reviews

Second time at The Quarters. Food standard was consistent. This time tried the Wagyu Beef salad. The beef was tender and succulent, and the sauce flavourful. Will continue recommending the place to my friends!

Paul C.a year ago · 3 reviews

The food was beautifully presented and super flavourful. Albeit, the portions can be small. Nevertheless the food was reasonably price. We tried the duriancanboleh which was superb; it was fragrant and smooth. However, we did not know about the durian kaya bomb till the end. Definitely will come back to try other dishes and that durian kaya bomb

Jia Ying K.2 years ago · 2 reviews

Food was okay. Serving size for truffle fries was generous, though I thought their pasta serving could afford to be bigger for the price. Not enough for a hungry guy or someone with a big appetite, but would easily satisfy most office ladies. Quiet and pleasant enough place to have a catch up with friends, if you go in the evening, since this area caters to the CBD lunch crowd.

Natalie W.3 years ago · 26 reviews

Chilli crab pasta was great! Well balanced sweet and spicy level! Didnt really fancy the satay rice burger as the rice patty was too hard for my liking :( Also tried the brownie with buah keluak ice cream! Fudgy and moist brownie was commendable but the buah keluak ice-cream wasn't to my liking with a sour and slightly bitter aftertaste. Service was attentive and friendly though! :D

Karen T.a year ago · 2 reviews

Visited on a weekday night. Place was consider spacious for cafe in Singapore. Ordered cappuccino, salted egg yolk fries, salted egg yolk chicken burger and prawn paste chinese. Food was not "wow" but passable. Service was very good.