You will not find a selection of such old school Singaporean dishes anywhere else!
The food is all awesome and I highly recommend the singgang and buakualat (I'm unsure if its spelt that way) fried rice !
asahi on tap and a great selection of craft beers!
def must try This joint I'm Joo Chiat!
Daily: 17:00 - 01:00
call our hotline on 6884 6884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 85117322)
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I've eaten twice at Immigrants now, and both times were huge let-downs. While my first dining experience could be put down to teething problems (I ate there with a friend shortly after Immigrants opened), the second time was really saddening, especially since I still have a vivid memory of previous good meals that Damian had cooked up before. Those super high standards that Damian used to hold have clearly fallen.
Having eaten regularly at Damian De Silva's previous stall...
We tried a number of dishes - the cold tofu with century egg, buah keluak rice, babi masak nanas, squid bombs, beef cheek rendang, ayam sioh and the sweet potato leaves lemak. Overall the food quality was good and quite satisfying. Be prepared for burning tongues as the different sambals are really HOT but shiok! The portions would be just about right for 4. We literally stumbled out after dinner because we were so full and mainly due to the...
We heard decent things about this restaurant and looked forward to trying the food. It turned out to be a huge waste of money, food quality not good, cocktails were horrible, chemical tasting. We tried the sambal anchovies, tofu century egg relish (the best of the dishes), beef rendang, chicken wings (o.k.), otak, and the worst of all - the squid bombs. Rubbery cold pieces of squid topped with chilli sauce. The menu sounds good but execution was terrible. Wish this had been better. The only redeeming factor was the pleasant waitstaff.