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
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.
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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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!
A regular must-have in eateries across eastern Canada, this national dish is for those with an over-the-top love for carbohydrates. At Hummerstons at Robertson Walk, the Montreal Poutine ($19.80) is a mountain of chunky fried potato wedges drenched with brown sauce, and studded with roasted mushrooms and foie gras. The usual cheese curds are replaced by gooey Quesillo Oaxaca cheese from Mexico because the curds are hard to ship internationally, which puts this version further away from the original. Stillhttp://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/10-canadian-foods-you-ll-find-in-singapore--*gid-5d3d0400/photos/, we’ll take what we can. For more Canadian Eat reviews, read here
It’s no wonder Hummerstons is always packed for brunch – there is no weak dish on their menu: from boxes of fries ($14) and poutine ($15-18) to 12 mains including a health-conscious maple granola ($17), Hummerstons Brunch Burger ($27) and California-style fish tacos ($24). Desserts and drink offerings are also full-fledged here – the Tarte a Roon ($12) is a deft pile of caramelised apples, cinnamon raisins and butter pecan ice cream on a warm macaron; while the drinks span wines from all over, to spirits and beers. Don’t bother calling, get there early – they’re notorious for not picking up their phone. For more best brunch reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-brunch-places-in-singapore-*gid-981f0400/photos/#0bc80700