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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

$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."

The HGW community like this place for...

  • 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 • 1 follower

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."
19 May 2012 • 1 review • 0 follower

nice place.

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!)

19 May 2012 • 1 review • 25 followers

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



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!

08 Apr 2012 • 49 reviews • 1 follower

Restaurant Week Lunch Menu

There were a few good dishes from the set menu, particularly the Salad of the House and the Crispy Duck Confit. However overall the restaurant week menu was not as impressive as I had hoped for. Hopefully I can try out their ala carte menu some other time since I've heard great reviews about their other dishes.

For photos and a more detailed write-up, check out:

http://goodfoodishappiness.blogspot.com/2012/04/table-at-7-restaurant-week-series-asian.html

24 Dec 2011 • 153 reviews • 11 followers

Table at &

This is rather a small and cozy restaurant, I reckon that it probably can only accommodate 40-50 pax? So do make a reservation if you wanna try this out!

We went there to celebrate my bdae in September, after hearing ravings of it from friends. When we were there, I already got good feelings. Service staff was very helpful to explain the dishes to us and serving of each course was rather prompt.

Our Orders:



1) Char-grilled Seafood with special Shrimp Sambal, Mesclun Salad and Lime - $18


OMG! We really loved this! The squid and prawns were so succulent and chewy with a nice charcoal grilled aroma. And the squid was HUGE but the prawns can be bigger lah =p

Loved it when restaurant is willing to "invest" in good & fresh ingredients - the seafood was good on its own. And if you wanna it to be better, tip it with the sweet sauce (with a tinge of spiciness) that came with it.



2) Twice - Baked Caramelized Onion & Gruyere Cheese Souffle , White Wine Fondue Sauce - $16


The name itself is already so impressive! Wait till you get to eat this, I guarantee you that you will definitely love this! And if you dun, then I will come and finish it for you! =p

I really adore French Onion Soup but this had exceeded my expectation. I cant find any trails of onion but I can taste the sweetness of it. I guess the onions were probably mashed together with the cheese, cleverly hidden from those who dun like onions. I particularly like the part where it was a bit char da (caramelized/burnt)... wah, I tell you... super nice ar. I literally licked the bowl lor. *Drooled*

This is a must order!!

I'll be back here for this dish, so please dun remove it from the menu!!



3) Home-made Crispy Duck Leg Confit served on Smoked Bacon, Lyonnais Potatoes, fine Beans and Port reduction - $32


I really dun understand why the name of the dish need to be sooooo long! It was quite a handful to type and probably half of it, I dunno what it means. Oh well...

And yes, it is Duck Confit  AGAIN! If you have been following my blog, you will know that I have eaten duck confit for at least 4 occasions in the past few weeks.

The duck confit here was one of the better ones. Well, looking at the price, I will expect so, dun you? The skin was really crispy and yet the meat remain moist and tender. Thumbs up!

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