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(Closed) E Food and Wine

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E stands for the last name of John Erdos, the owner of this restaurant and the adjoining art gallery located at Dempsey Road. E Food and Wine is comprised of both indoor and alfresco dining areas, serving hearty comfort American dishes with an Asian twist.

Tue - Fri: 11:00 - 23:00

Sat: 08:00 - 23:00

Sun: 08:00 - 19:00

+65 64758806
$36 based on 12 submissions
Chillout (7 votes), Lunch (7 votes), Quiet (7 votes)
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Delicious food - perfect setting!

I've visited this restaurant 3 times now (twice for lunch and once for breakfast) and have thoroughly enjoyed it each time. The service is prompt but not in the way, the ambiance is casual and peaceful and the setting is lovely, nestled in to the jungle.

I've had the croissant french toast, crab cakes and tuna steak - all have been incredible! Portion sizes are decent for the price, especially considering the location. And they have, hands down, the best Bloody Mary and best brownie in Singapore! Simply awesome!

If you are looking for a quiet meal with quality food in a beautiful setting, this one is perfect.

The only draw back for me is no eggs Benedict on the breakfast menu - but the french toast was incredible and made up for it. And it is somewhat difficult to find the first time.

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  • brownie3 votes
  • Bloody Mary2 votes
  • chicken cordon bleu2 votes
  • Beef Rendang1 vote
  • Chicken Mango Wrap1 vote
  • Chicken Wings1 vote
  • Crab cakes1 vote
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• 22 May 2012 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Delicious food - perfect setting!

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I've visited this restaurant 3 times now (twice for lunch and once for breakfast) and have thoroughly enjoyed it each time. The service is prompt but not in the way, the ambiance is casual and peaceful and the setting is lovely, nestled in to the jungle.

I've had the croissant french toast, crab cakes and tuna steak - all have been incredible! Portion sizes are decent for the price, especially considering the location. And they have, hands down, the best Bloody Mary and best brownie in Singapore! Simply awesome!

If you are looking for a quiet meal with quality food in a beautiful setting, this one is perfect.

The only draw back for me is no eggs Benedict on the breakfast menu - but the french toast was incredible and made up for it. And it is somewhat difficult to find the first time.

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• 20 May 2012 • 239 reviews • 0 follower

Warm milk

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Got milk! - http://phuachiuyen.blogspot.com/2011/05/mothers-day.html

My only memory was the warm glass of milk I had. The food was normal so I'm not sure if I'll make a trip back.

Maybe I'll just be back for some drinks if I happen to try other food around Dempsey.

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• 26 Feb 2012 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

An alternative place in Singapore but not really worth the value

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Had a groupon voucher so we decided to try this place out. E food and wine is hidden in a small corner of dempsey.. it's a great place to hang out with a small group of friends for a chat.. very casual setting. We ordered a fish&chips and tuna steak salad.

Tuna steak came in a generous portion of tuna and salad. I found it funny there wasn't any dressing that came with the salad, when we asked for dressing they only had their in house dressing(made of cheese n garlic) and honey mustard.

The fish n chips was above average at most, and the portion I felt could have been bigger. 2 small piece of fish and a whole lot of fries, can't really tell the difference in taste with botak jones.

French onion soup was very normal, and came with bread with some cheesy spread.

A reviewer earlier mentioned abt service up to the point the mains arrived, i felt it was true. The staff had excellent service but had a feeling that they were kinda short handed.. I had to grab my own chilli sauce. Would have given them a 10 if not for that.

Conclusion: Good place to try out or with a discount, don't think its worth the price tag... especially beef rendang for $25.

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