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17 votes

65093589

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Mon - Fri: 18:30 - 23:00

Sat: 18:30 - 23:00

Sun: 07:00 - 11:00

$75 based on 15 reviews
Lying at the heart of the CBD,this restaurant that specialises in British roast beef serves a delish USDA prime roast with garlic mashed potato and Yorkshire pudding. Executives in the area might be keen to try out its set menu that includes dishes like seared shrimp fricassee and Eton mess. See what foodies like this place for
DreamLove Eat • 12 Jul 201447 reviews 1 followers

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The Royal Mail. Interesting Name. I heard that it used to be the post office during Sir Stamford Raffles times. I was previously introduced to this place by my friend when he couldn’t make it for the restaurant week appointment. Nice Ambience. It was a great choice and value for money.

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  • Dinner7 votes
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  • Fine Dining6 votes
  • Lunch5 votes
  • Quiet5 votes
  • After Work4 votes
  • Corporate Events4 votes
  • Anniversary3 votes
  • Romance/First Dates3 votes

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DreamLove Eat • 12 Jul 201447 reviews 1 followers

Read my full review with more pictures
http://www.eatdreamlove.com/royal-mail-ascott-raffles-place/
 

The Royal Mail. Interesting Name. I heard that it used to be the post office during Sir Stamford Raffles times. I was previously introduced to this place by my friend when he couldn’t make it for the restaurant week appointment. Nice Ambience. It was a great choice and value for money.

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ArcticStar • 09 Jul 2014211 reviews 1 followers

An elegant restaurant c** bar that serves modern European cuisine focusing more on British flavors, the concept here was actually inspired by a vintage brass mail chute located in full view at the lift lobby of The Ascott. A concept exuding Old World charm dating back to the days of Doris Day's letter writing era, Grace Chang and policemen in shorts (and possibly, handsome postmen on bicycles).
 
My main course was served first - the Pan Seared Duck Breast...

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Kbombgoh • 04 Jul 201411 reviews 0 followers

The ambience is romantic with candlelight at the table, dim soft lighting and jazz music in the background. The service is excellent and attentive. The food is worthy of fine dining standard. We were serves complimentary appetizers of asparagus and smoked salmon. The complimentary bread is very unique with a choux pastry texture. The Prime rib roast English cut is perfectly succulent, accompanied with Brussels sprouts with blue cheese, roasted garlic, Yorkshire pudding, and pine nuts, with veal jus. The...

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