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Table at 7

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Master chefs Karl Dobler and Eugenia Ong of Table at 7 present a luscious menu of specially prepared cuisine inspired by both European and Asian dishes. Among them are favourites such as the wagyu oxtail rendang and Manado-style kurobuta pork.

Mon - Sat: 18:30 - 23:00

+65 68366362
$104 based on 28 submissions
Dinner (8 votes), Quiet (6 votes), Fine Dining (5 votes)
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The only restaurant where you can have the best of both worlds

For a full review, please visit: http://foodiepink.com/2014/12/02/table-at-7-by-karl-eugenia-mohammed-sultan-road/. Enjoy :)

"Sandwiched between The Patissier and Chikuwa Tei, Table at 7 does not stand out from its shopfront as compared to its more-famous neighbours. I’ve heard about this restaurant from my sister, who was raving about their Indonesian dishes. Unlike fusion restaurants, Table at 7 utilises a two-prong approach. The husband (Karl) and wife (Eugenia) behind this restaurant specialise in Western and Indonesian respectively. Instead of combining both specialties, they did it the smarter way – providing diners with separate menus, one for Western food and the other for Indonesian. In this way, the power duo is able to go further in creating authentic dishes, which in turn cater for a larger audience."

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  • Foie gras3 votes
  • grilled king prawns2 votes
  • mushroom cuppuccino duck confit2 votes
  • wakyu oxtail rendang2 votes
  • Baked Caramelized Onion & Gruyere Cheese Souffle1 vote
  • roasted rack of lamb1 vote
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• 14 Jan 2015 • 126 reviews • 3 followers

The only restaurant where you can have the best of both worlds

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For a full review, please visit: http://foodiepink.com/2014/12/02/table-at-7-by-karl-eugenia-mohammed-sultan-road/. Enjoy :)

"Sandwiched between The Patissier and Chikuwa Tei, Table at 7 does not stand out from its shopfront as compared to its more-famous neighbours. I’ve heard about this restaurant from my sister, who was raving about their Indonesian dishes. Unlike fusion restaurants, Table at 7 utilises a two-prong approach. The husband (Karl) and wife (Eugenia) behind this restaurant specialise in Western and Indonesian respectively. Instead of combining both specialties, they did it the smarter way – providing diners with separate menus, one for Western food and the other for Indonesian. In this way, the power duo is able to go further in creating authentic dishes, which in turn cater for a larger audience."
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• 19 May 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

nice place.

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I had dinner with a friend from germany, this is a great restaurant and worth the money. (Starter & main corse with 2 bottles of wine -> S$ 300)

We enjoyed the evening with good service, great food and a "Damenspitzerl" (this is a german phrase and means that girls are never wasted, just a little bit drunk :)

Dear Karl & Eugene, like Arnold Schwarzenegger said "i'll be back!)

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• 19 May 2012 • 1 review • 25 followers

great & authentic food for an affordable price. I will be back!!

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The location looks nice, but especially the creative flower arrangement on the tables made the whole ambient nicer. The waiter was very helpful with recommendations, the menu is great and it was hard to do a decision. I finally choose the foie gras, which was really delicious! As main course I went for the roasted rack of lamb, which was probably the best I had in my life. As it was enough food we skipped the dessert and got another bottle of wine, the wine list was just too tempting. Overall it was a great evening if you want to go for fine dining with a smaller budget. We definitely will be back soon!

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