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#02-14, Robertson Walk, 11 Unity Street, 237995
American, Beer, Fusion, Western, Wines
+65 67378863

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 22:00

Fri: 12:00 - 00:00

Sat: 10:00 - 00:00

Sun: 10:00 - 17:00

Mon - Thu: Last order at 09:30
Fri: Last order at 22:30
Sat: Last order at 22:30

$42 based on 61 submissions
Dinner (24 votes), Brunch (21 votes), Chillout (18 votes) ...

Restored upholstery and wooden furniture liven up the interiors of this casual American eatery and bar that's situated at the second floor of Robertson Walk. Diners can expect fantastic food and desserts that are bound to be hearty, filling and comforting.

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Latest Review for Hummerstons

Overall RatingBased on 42 reviews
Most helpful review:

Freedom Fighters

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 5 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 253

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Dinner tonight was at

Hummerstons. A lovely joint tucked away in the hushed corners of Robertson

Walk. Set on the second floor of the vicinity, away from the prying eyes of

passerbys, my boyfriend and I were guaranteed of a private and ultimately

intimate dining experience. Needless to say, being the resturant’s 8th

day of operation (as revealed by our lovely waitress), crowds were sparse and

mainly close friends and family of the owners

Upon our entry into the

somber and livid lounge area of the restaurant, i noticed a drastic difference

in the separate design notions in the space, a light and airy, almost Japanese

inspired dining area, a darker more intense feel for the front of house tied

together by the most gorgeous long wooden table riding the center of the

restaurant. Personally, i much preferred the spacious feel of the former, the

gentle lighting exuding a warm glow upon our electrifying interactions.

The menu was simple,

featuring cafe classics with a twist.

With a bit of peeking, my eyes shifted to the dessert menu, wildly ‘colorful’

bits of words popping out before me. Neh, I digress. So back to dinner, we

feasted on the Hummerstons Burger and Smoked Duck Quesadilla for her and him


The Hummerstons burger

($24) was mildly introspective in some ways. The grilled beef patty(requested

to be done medium rare) done perfectly, my heart whispered for a wee bit more

flavourings and spices. Well, the spiced tomato-chllli aioli served on the side

did help. Sweet and spicy at the same time, this condiment was a delightful

touch, adding dimesion to the caramelized signature Hummerston fries (I adored

these!). Overall, a mild mannered dish, with some playful extra touches such as

the caramelized onions and applewood smoked bacon.

His smoked duck

quesadilla was a hodgepodge or flavours and textures. However, upon first

taste, it was slightly disappointing, the different components melding into a

swirl of unrecognisable flavours under the thick flour tortilla. I suppose we

were supposed to eat it when it’s hot, but my boy’s ‘leave the best for last’

concept kind of backfired on him as he grazed on the lush greens on his plate

before proceeding to the main. Still, the smoked duck chunks within were

delightfully pink and tender,

complimented by the slight kick of the chipotle coriander pesto and the

sweetness of roasted pears, it was an inventive approach with an interesting

casing, but it just didn’t work for me.

We complimented our main

courses with a bottle of Argentinean Malbec, which tasted slight fruity almost

akin to black currents. Full-bodied yet not over surging in tannins. Perfect

for a bit of over the table flirting.

Dessert came as a

surprise from the kitchen. A gift. That probably made it all the more sweeter.

Another twist on the

usual tarte tartin, stewed raisins and apples on a seemingly chewy bed, could it

be.. a giant macaron. I nibbled and chewed through it’s moist almond center.


To all the brave souls

out there who ventured out from their comfort zones to find themselves. Here’s

a toast to the freedom fighters.

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Dinner at Hummerstons

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 7

Portion for the Hummerstons Burger was generous for the price. The beef was done just the way it was requested. One shortcoming was that the burger tasted quite dry. The dish was served with fries & spiced tomato chili aioli which provided an interesting spunk to the dish.

The Spanish Pork was similarly a thick decent portion for the price. However, due to its thickness, the marinade was unable to fully be absorbed into the slab of meat, resulting in a relatively dry pork.

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Homely food and feeling at home....

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 5 | Service 5
Total Review: 1

It was our usual end-of-school term dinner and our daughter choose Hummerstons.  Our initial doubts were washed away once we walked in.  It was lovely, homely, fun yet sophisticated!  Food was gooood and service was friendly.  Hard to find such a place on a Saturday night

They had a new menu so we had the Mushroom soup, Hummerston Burger, Ribs, Coconut Tuna, bread platter and Calamari.  Presentation was pretty and inviting.  Definitely be back again to continue with the menu we couldn't fit our tummies into!

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