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:pluck is a new social restaurant located in Club Street serving delicious and innovative dishes that are designed to invoke all sorts of sensations on the tongue. This open-concept kitchen and bar invites you to indulge in the simple pleasure of coming together to eat, drink and be with your company of favourite people.

Mon - Thu: 09:00 - 00:00

Fri: 10:00 - 01:00

Sat: 17:00 - 01:00

Closed: Sun

+65 62258286
$95 based on 7 submissions
After Work (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes), Girls Night Out (3 votes)
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I enjoyed every bite

Thoughtfully prepared, well presented food. The ingredients were combined in interesting ways so that it was worth it to eat in small bites and savor the nuances of flavor, temperature and texture.

The staff is attentive and friendly, and the ambience is hip.

Fancy food in a casual setting.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • bananas, malt & honey2 votes
  • curry-roasted cauliflower, almonds and grapes2 votes
  • Short Ribs, Winter Melon, Potato Foam1 vote
  • Swordfifh Tartar, Sesame Dressing, Watercress1 vote
  • belly of suckling pig, roasted apples, celeriac, walnuts1 vote
  • whole grilled squid, saffron rice & potato dashi1 vote
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• 31 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Would never go back

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The food and service was really sad at that price and location. My friends and i had higher hopes but was quickly brought back to reality. 

The most memorable moment was after we already sampled the dishes on the lunch a la carte. The server (only server) for a busy day politely informed us "the other dishes are not available because the chef is in a bad mood." 

Seriously if he has that much of an ego then close the doors and not cook if he's in such a bad mood. 

Don't waste your time, money, and calories here. Not worth it in any way what so ever. Rubbish! 

Recommended for a bad time.
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• 08 Aug 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

I enjoyed every bite

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Thoughtfully prepared, well presented food. The ingredients were combined in interesting ways so that it was worth it to eat in small bites and savor the nuances of flavor, temperature and texture.

The staff is attentive and friendly, and the ambience is hip.

Fancy food in a casual setting.
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• 02 Jul 2014 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

live up to the hype

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Finally we made it. We have been saying that we would visit Pluck everytime we walked pass them and finally we did. 

Pluck (or previously known as Shots) is great, great food, great ambience, great staff especially the bartender who gave us a lot of tips about cocktails and very friendly owners.

We started the night with Swordfish Tartar with Sesame Dressing and Watercress ..... oh yummmmmm we ordered the 2nd one. Then followed with Whole Grilled Squid with Saffron Rice & Potato Dashi, then Short Ribs with Winter Melon and Potato Foam - this one was my favvvvvvvv (the beef was so so tender). Since we're still hungry, the watress recommended Slow Cooked Egg, Maple & Sweet Corn - she said it was her favorite. Last dish was the Barely Cooked Norwegian Salmon, Cabbage & Pomegranate. The chef explained to us that it was cooked with very low heat for 20 mins in order to get that particular texture - we thought was ok, not that amazing.

Dessert - we ordered Bananas, Melt & Honey and Chocolate Cake (I think it was called something much more fancy but anyway). Both of the dessert were nice.

Again - great place, still serve coffee during the day and great food.

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