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Chef Ryan Clift of haute cuisine restaurant The Tippling Club has opened a casual dining establishment at Tiong Bahru, serving modern bistro grub with a rustic twist. Open Door Policy offers an diverse menu consisting of starters, fish, meat and desserts.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

Sat, Sun & PH: 11:00 - 15:30

+65 62219307
$54 based on 95 submissions
Vibrant/Noisy (16 votes), Dinner (15 votes), Brunch (13 votes)
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Great food but a bit pricey

After hearing about ODP's new menu in the City Nomads Tiong Bahru guide, I decided to head down and check out their brunch menu. Firstly, not just because of the hipster neighborhood, this place gets packed at weekends. The menu is pretty good all round and there's something for everyone. Personally I adore their beet risotto with feta which is amazing. Just a bit rich haha. 

Overall good spot for lunch. Would be curious to check out for dinner and see how.

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• 16 Apr 2015 • 152 reviews • 28 followers

Great food but a bit pricey

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After hearing about ODP's new menu in the City Nomads Tiong Bahru guide, I decided to head down and check out their brunch menu. Firstly, not just because of the hipster neighborhood, this place gets packed at weekends. The menu is pretty good all round and there's something for everyone. Personally I adore their beet risotto with feta which is amazing. Just a bit rich haha. 

Overall good spot for lunch. Would be curious to check out for dinner and see how.
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• 16 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Good food, poor service

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Food was generally good. But service was slow. Had to wait 1 hr for mains to be served. Was told that kitchen prep the food in the order that it was ordered, but we saw other tables who came it later than us been served first.
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• 07 Dec 2014 • 48 reviews • 0 follower

Good food in a great neighborhood, but far too noisy inside

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Return visit after 10 months.
Location - great.
Ambiance - things has not changed much since last visit 10 months ago. Still cool and hip, some say try too hard. But acoustics inside is horrible. It gets too loud when neighboring diners get too excited. Because the table are TOO CLOSE to each other. Lighting is acceptable.
Food - great. Still as good as we remembered. Similar offers. Desserts are a must.
Cocktails are limited. Good wine selection.
Service - warm, friendly. But service staff should look neater and more presentable. Bartender look sloppy. Two of junior wait staff not only looked sloppy but needs to tidy up hair and clean the face.

Would we come back? Not a strong drive to come back.

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