By day The White Rocket is a quaint cafe and the perfect place to cosy up with a coffee or catch up with friends over some lunch, by night it turns into a stylish bar, the ideal spot for a late night rendezvous, with the understatedly trendy decor creating the perfect backdrop to any occasion. During the day, tuck into a superfood salad, a juicy burger or some classic carbonara accompanied by some artisanal coffee or cold-pressed juice, or head on over in the evening and pursue The White Rocket’s carefully curated selection of whiskies which includes Scottish single malts and signature Japanese selections, some craft beer or fine wine. Situated on Stanley Street, The White Rocket’s Raffles Place location couldn’t be more convenient, whether it's for a working lunch, a post-shopping fuel up or a night out on the tiles. Snag one of the best tables at this Singapore hotspot by making a booking in advance!
The White Rocket has a really nice ambiance for a Friday night out with friends! The food served was very yummy too! I will be back here again :)
Food is not bad, did not waited too long for it to be served. even though the place was not big, the service staff were not attentive
we had lunch at the white rocket, and the service was good. they also have a special set lunch which provided a good as compared to usual price
We were the first to get to the restaurant and were one of only two diners during lunch. Food was excellent and service was good since there was only as many diners as number of staff. Recommended.
Pulled pork sandwich is Super yummy. Weird though that only lunch items are available to use with The Entertainer during dinner. Would rather be able to try the dinner items with The Entertainer too
The food was mediocre, during the time i went for lunch. The cabonara i had was too soupy for my comfort. Will return for the dinner menu.
good location, food is delicious too. it will be better if there is better ventilation
Bad service, mediocre food, even ran out of spoons, thoroughly unacceptable. Wine served didn’t taste fresh and seemed like it’s been kept for a awhile.