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Platypus Kitchen

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Platypus Kitchen is a Mediterranean bistro in Bugis Junction that specialises in hand-made pasta dishes and seasonal Mediterranean fare.

Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

+65 63334434
$25 based on 60 submissions
After Work (19 votes), Lunch (13 votes), Dinner (12 votes)
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Juicy lobster

Enjoy it tremendously!  especially the set meal ~ with Lobster burger and truffle fries. A La Carte good is also nice.  It's nice and good restaurant for gathering  , dating. btw, we a bit disappoint for the dessert .. Not really good. 

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• 17 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Juicy lobster

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Enjoy it tremendously!  especially the set meal ~ with Lobster burger and truffle fries. A La Carte good is also nice.  It's nice and good restaurant for gathering  , dating. btw, we a bit disappoint for the dessert .. Not really good. 
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• 12 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Won't Come Back Again

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Note: rating only for the lobster roll. Simply put - expensive and not worth it. Bun was small (think gardenia hot dog bun that you buy outside. suspect they might be using that) and a handful of fries. Saw it from some blog review but regretted this decision. My gf thought the same. If you want to impress your gf, this is not the place to bring. 
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• 22 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

One of the worst experience ever

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I have just left the restaurant with my boyfriend, and I have never had such a bad dining experience. Firstly there weren't any lobsters, but we decided to go ahead anyway. We ordered a pumpkin soup, Crispy Duck salad, a Truffle Mac n Cheese and a Squid Ink with Scallop pasta. Let me break it down for you. 

Pumpkin soup: Was decent, with bits of bacon and cheese. No complains and in fact I would pay for it again.

Crispy Duck salad: The Crispy Duck, Ladies and Gentlemen, is a few spoonful of DUCK FLOSS. DUCK FLOSS GUYS. With a few slices of oranges, handful of almonds and some greens. And that will set you back 12 freaking dollars. 12.90 to be exact. I would suggest changing the description on the menu to clarify.

Truffle Mac and Cheese: I couldn't taste or smell the truffle. Couldnt taste much of the cheese, just a white cream sauce. absolutely nothing special about it, I would rather get those frozen mac n cheese from 7eleven, and definitely not pay $18.90 for it. 

Squid ink and scallop pasta: Check out the size of the scallops. I have circled it in red for your convenience sake. first bite and i was overwhelmed with all that garlic. Sauce was sour and the pasta was mushy. It was so bad that I had to return it. 

i requested for it to be sent back to the kitchen, which the staff was very nice to let me swop it for something else. And I chose the truffle carbonara, but it was another disaster.

Mushy, poor consistency, dry,  no depth . I felt like I was eating a clump of mess. Couldn't take a second bite. We asked to cancel our order, which the manager was nice enough to comply. 


I am not a picky eater at all, and I have never sent food back to the kitchen. It was such a bad dinner. The bill would have came to 30 per pax if we did not cancel the order. Not worth my money, effort and calories. We were looking forward to a nice and enjoyable dinner but it was such a disappointment. Im not even sure if I would return to try their lobster roll. 



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