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(Closed) Graze (Rochester Park)

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Nestled in the brilliant and fresh surroundings of Rochester Park, Graze is set in a pre-colonial style mansion offering a selection of Western and Asian dishes. With more than 5000 square feet of greenery and outdoor architecture, Graze is the ideal venue for weddings, parties and events.

Tue - Sat: 12:00 - 16:00

Tue - Sat: 18:00 - 00:00

Sun: 09:30 - 16:00

Sun: 18:00 - 23:00

Closed: Mon

+65 67759000
$70 based on 87 submissions
Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (38 votes), Dinner (33 votes), Romance/First Dates (29 votes)
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A Colonial Brunch

The idyllic black-and-white colonial house setting of Graze might be enough to blow you away, but it gets better: try the signature Cast Iron Pan ($25) – HungryGoWhere users’ top voted dish. A beautifully-laid platter of comfort: fried egg, Cumberland sausage, bacon, potatoes, mushrooms, tomatoes and baked beans. Bonus points for a vegetarian version, and for putting together five worthy items for the kids ($10-$13). Wait for 11am to hit – that’s when the freshly-shucked oysters ($32) and 200-day grain-fed ribeye ($49) become available. Read more Best Brunch Places reviews here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-brunch-places-in-singapore--*gid-981f0400/photos/#09c80700

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• 18 Oct 2013 • 230 reviews • 4 followers

A Colonial Brunch

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The idyllic black-and-white colonial house setting of Graze might be enough to blow you away, but it gets better: try the signature Cast Iron Pan ($25) – HungryGoWhere users’ top voted dish. A beautifully-laid platter of comfort: fried egg, Cumberland sausage, bacon, potatoes, mushrooms, tomatoes and baked beans. Bonus points for a vegetarian version, and for putting together five worthy items for the kids ($10-$13). Wait for 11am to hit – that’s when the freshly-shucked oysters ($32) and 200-day grain-fed ribeye ($49) become available. Read more Best Brunch Places reviews here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/52-best-brunch-places-in-singapore--*gid-981f0400/photos/#09c80700
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• 26 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Is the food really as good as the review here says???

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I attended a wedding dinner at Graze in June and the service from the restaurant ruined a joyous occasion. The service was slow, with a long wait in between the courses. Most guests were at the restaurant before 7pm but by the time the main course was served, it was close to 9pm. There was no refill of the bread basket and the main course served was not warm and the beef was overcooked.

I understand from the host that there was a new chef at the helm and apparently from the food served, not as good as one would expect from reading the reviews. The saving grace is perhaps the ambience but do I want to travel all the way there for the food? Definitely No..
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• 08 Aug 2013 • 244 reviews • 1 follower

great australian brunch at this colonial house in buona vista

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hotos and more: http://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2013/08/08/graze-at-rochester-park-buona-vista/

one of my favorite places in singapore, ever. it was love at first-second-third-and-you-get-the-drill visit, but this is my first brunch visit in nearly four years - and it's just as enjoyable as it was back then. perhaps even better, because they now have the genius offering of a breakfast platter, and I certainly can't turn down a plate with every jentacular goodie on the menu.



the place is gorgeous - great upkeep and cheery furnishings (certainly in better condition than its one rochester neighbor) - quiet but not awkwardly so, and a great hideaway for some brunch. and if you're tired of paying too much for brunch and having to leave still-hungry, this place bucks that horrid trend with good portions.

still a favorite, and always the first place that comes to mind when I think about brunch.
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