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Top Must Try Dishes
Truffle Fries15 votes
Wagyu Beef and Mushroom Pizza7 votes
portobello fries7 votes
Truffle Fries; Char-grilled Wagyu Beef and Mushroo3 votes

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Alfresco/Outdoor Dining19 votes
After Work16 votes
Brunch16 votes
Dinner15 votes
Chillout13 votes
Hidden Find12 votes
Children/Family11 votes
Large Groups/Gathering11 votes
Lunch11 votes
Quiet9 votes
Ala Carte7 votes
View/Scenery7 votes
Birthdays6 votes
Breakfast6 votes
Romance/First Dates6 votes
Supper6 votes
Anniversary5 votes
Girls Night Out5 votes
Relaxed5 votes
Boys Night Out4 votes
Business Dining3 votes
Large Groups3 votes
Live Band3 votes
Nice Deco3 votes
People Watching3 votes
Private Dining3 votes
Vibrant/Noisy3 votes

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hungryearthling
 • 20 Apr 2014 3 reviews 0 follower
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Huge servings for the mains and nice decor. Not the best service but definitely fast. Had to queue for some time on a Saturday night as no reservation is allowed. You may want to take bus 29 from tampines as the direction for non-drivers is not stated on their website (not even on gothere.sg when I typed the address). Mushroom lovers will love the juicy portobello fries.
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I spent $44 per person.

Must tries: portobello fries, Margherita pizza

I also recommend this place for:
After Work, Chillout, Dinner, Vibrant/Noisy

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Chubby Botak Koala
 • 18 Mar 2014 249 reviews 18 followers
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For the complete Chubby Botak Koala experience, click here:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2014/03/the-coastal-settlement-reminiscing.html


Ever wonder on how Singapore looks like in the past? Or do you want to re-live the past of Singapore atmosphere in the 70s? Or are you are looking for a quick escape from the hectic Singapore? The Coastal Settlement is the place to be. Located in an 'ulu' (not easy to reach) location, off Loyang Ave opposite entrance of Changi Air Base, this place is not easy to reach. 
 
We started with Portobello Fries ($15), Crumbed Portobello slices with truffle mayonnaise. The portobello mushrooms are sliced to fingers size, coated with bread crumb and fried. It has a nice crispy texture and retaining the juicy mushroom inside. Nicely executed and a must try for mushroom lovers. The truffle mayonnaise dipping was just too overpowering and cover up natural taste of portobello. Personally, just a normal mayonnaise or the Japanese version will be good enough.
 
For our main brunch, I had Rosti Sausage with fried egg ($21), while LD ordered Steak and Eggs ($32). The rosti is nicely done, with the crispy outer part while maintaining the moist internally. The sour cream provide a counter balance to the rich rosti and sausage. The baby spinach are dressed with a dash of balsamic vinegar. Yum!! Rating
 
LD's Steak and Egg ($32) consist of 250g Angus Rib Eye, Scramble eggs, truffle fries, mesclun and veal jus. Yup, this is a huge one and I end up finishing 1/3 of it. The scramble eggs are smooth and fluffy. The steak was of a good size, cooked to medium rare with nice charred mark. It is juicy and tender, but not the better cut of Angus steak though. The truffle fries is not to our liking, however it goes well when we dip in to the sour cream on the rosti.
 
To accompany my brunch, I ordered a latte ($6). Nicely presented with a latte art finishing. The coffee is smooth, bold with a little acidity at the end. According to the service staff, they use home roasted beans, but decline to let me know from which roaster. LD's homemade lemon barley ($7) came with a lemon wedges, not slices. If you want more lemon flavour, just squeeze it.
 
Service is good and efficient but not extraordinary. We did not need to wait long for our food as it came at a regular interval. The dining atmosphere is just fantastic, feels like we were transported back to the 70s. We were so amaze by collection of 70s items, we just can't stop taking pictures. A very nice place indeed.
 
Overall, The Coastal Settlement really provide us with a location sit down, relax and transported back to the 1970s in Singapore. For those that who don't know what the 70s are like, it can be an educational visit as well. The food are quite good so your tummy will be well taken care off. Getting here might be a challenge, however if you know how to get to Change Village by public transport, The Coastal Settlement is just a couple of stop before the bus interchange. Cheers!!
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I spent $48 per person.

Must tries: portobello fries, Steak and Egg, Rosti, Sausage with fried egg

I also recommend this place for:
Ala Carte, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Anniversary, Boys Night Out, Brunch, Business Dining, Children/Family, Dinner, Girls Night Out, Hidden Find, Lunch, Nice Deco, Night Out, Parties, Relaxed, Romance/First Dates, View/Scenery
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ArcticStar
 • 11 Mar 2014 207 reviews 1 follower
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Finally got to meet *Sharona again, this time we go to The Coastal Settlement as agreed. This cosy, pretty little cafe is located at 200 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508529 and the number to dial is 6475 0200.
 
As promised, The Coastal Settlement offers a village homely environment filled with haylcon of the nature outdoors and a peek of the sea not far off. Wacky furniture are strewn above and around hte restaurant / cafe  The comfortable setting in this spacious compound brings one away from the hectic-ness of citylife, into a world where one could totally relax and curl up on their seats to enjoy good food and, uh, hard-to-get service (only efficient when clearing plates).
 
We shared the 12 Hours Coastal Wings and Drumlets - half a dozen of crisp-skinned delicacies with succulent flesh and slight tinge of spiciness. They practically crumbled and melted in the mouth like molasses, and the chilli dip goes well with the chicken.
 
Next, we actually wanted the Truffle Fries but were informed that they were running out of shoestring fries, so we had settled for the Portobello Fries they recommended. This was an interesting item and the first time we tried it - large pieces of portobello mushrooms fried till crispy on the outsisde and a lovely golden-brown shade. The inside is soft and respledant of the strong flavor of the dark mushrooms.
 
For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/03/brunch-at-coastal-settlement.html

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Must tries: Truffle Fries, portobello fries, chicken wings, blackforest in a jar

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