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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

$80 based on 6 submissions
After Work (3 votes), Dinner (3 votes), Girls Night Out (3 votes)
angeliquemari

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.

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08 Aug 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

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.
02 Jul 2014 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

live up to the hype

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.

29 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

WOW!!!

I cannot recommend this newbie highly enough.  You feel like you're in a cool bar in New York or Europe as soon as you enter, and are made to feel welcome and are personally engaged from the moment you step through the door.  Eddie behind the bar is easy going and watching every move to make sure he anticipates your needs; Brendon's food is AMAZING - who knew cauliflower 4 ways could be so exciting! - and Khai runs the whole joint seamlessly.
A chilled, relaxed vibe, where the food is excellent and you feel welcomed.  Nice job guys!  I will definitely be back!
23 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

DO NOT GO HERE!

This place has probably one of the worst customer service ever in Singapore. Not only is the manager rude beyond words, he didn't even bother to ask how the meal was.

We ordered the salmon once I arrived at the restarurant and after 15 minutes, it still wasn't ready so we ask the server where our salmon was. She went to check on it and didn't bother to tell us whether it was being cooked or if she forget to place the order.


30 minutes into dinner, we again checked with the server where our salmon was and still she didn't give us a reply. So after 45 minutes, we were fed up and decided to leave and now she tells us the salmon is ready.

Honestly, how long does it take to cook a salmon? 15 minutes? Now the manager comes out and instead of being politie, starts off asking us, "so what is the problem here?" I don't think I have ever met such a rude manager in my life. Clearly he shouldn't be working in the f&b industry with this kind of service.

I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone as it was a horrible experience. 
The management of :pluck responded to this review:
25 Jun 2014
Thank you so much for your feedback which is invaluable to help us grow. I'm not sure if your version of the events that evening matches ours but we firmly believe that the customer is always right. We would love to have the opportunity to show you that we have taken your feedback seriously and can offer excellent customer service. We would like to invite you and a friend to come back to see that we have taken your feedback on board. Dinner on us!
Curry roasted cauliflower, almonds and grapes
16 May 2014 • 296 reviews • 14 followers

What a meal

I was, frankly, a little apprehensive about this Club Street newbie. But what a meal! Standouts were the curry-roasted cauliflower with almonds, grapes and quinoa (first food photo, $14) that showcased all the textures of the cauliflower - from nutty to earthy; the whole grilled squid with a crisp block of saffron rice and a red wine potato dashi emulsion (fifth food photo, $22) is teeming with umami; and the pork "double chin", as chef Brandon Teo described the tender, fat-marbled (and -lined) cut that replaced the pork belly with roasted apples, celeriac and walnuts (fourth food photo, $38). Desserts were fun and nostalgic - if you like pisang goreng and ovaltine and horlicks, you'd like chef Elaine Ng's (who formerly worked for @dominiqueansel) bananas, malt and honey dessert (last food photo, $10), served with a malt ice-cream, chocolate grounds and burnt thyme honey. We'll be back to try the grilled cheese-looking whole baked red snapper (sharing plate, $34) before chef Teo takes it off the menu, and the new dessert chef Elaine is working on (p.s. it involves a Thai tea ice-cream). Or you might beat us to it? You should.