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Potato Head Folk

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Potato Head Folk is known for their fantastic vibes with amazing casual foods. 

Tue - Sun: 11:00 - 00:00

Closed: Mon

+65 63271939
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Finally a Burger with Passion

Had the opportunity to dine in this restaurant for a late lunch while visiting Singapore. As a regular in Bali at the Beach Club I had high expectations and was not let down. Everything about this establishment is great.... Food, Ambience, Staff, Service coulf not be faulted. My favorite part of the luch was the Naughty Fries - simply stunning, so much so that I had a hard time sharing with my friend. Next time I visit I will try the rooftop as I hear it is also very special.

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• 26 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Finally a Burger with Passion

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Had the opportunity to dine in this restaurant for a late lunch while visiting Singapore. As a regular in Bali at the Beach Club I had high expectations and was not let down. Everything about this establishment is great.... Food, Ambience, Staff, Service coulf not be faulted. My favorite part of the luch was the Naughty Fries - simply stunning, so much so that I had a hard time sharing with my friend. Next time I visit I will try the rooftop as I hear it is also very special.
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• 24 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Fantastic Place

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I had hear so much about this place in newspapers and magazines, and finally got round to visiting it myself this weekend with some friends. I was blown away by the interiors of this old Chinatown building, super cool and creative. We had some drinks on their gorgeous rooftop bar (excellent cocktails) and then went to the restaurant for their burgers. The food was so delicious, burgers are burgers you might think, but these were so flavorsome and juicy, with great sauces - we had a few different ones and they were all good. It's not cheap for sure, but the service was chatty and quick and we had a lovely time - we will be back!
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• 21 May 2015 • 367 reviews • 55 followers

Eclectic, Whimsical, Vintage Decor & Tasty Burgers

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Full Potato Head Folk review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/05/potato-head-folk-three-buns.html


Opening in June 2014 along Keong Saik Road, the Potato Head Folk, in partnership with Three Buns, is the latest fashionable eatery under the umbrella of the Potato Head lifestyle group. Potato Head Folk & Three Buns looks set to be just as popular as their other, internationally reowned outlets in Indonesia.

Ambience at Potato Head Folk & Three Buns is novel, vibrant, and whimsical. Housed in a historic building, the 'Kitchen' on the 1st level is an organic community space, created for takeaway, counter dining, or street side dining, with a bustling, open atmosphere. The 'Dining Room' on the 2nd level is adorned with whimsical hand painted murals, well curated sculptures and art pieces, as well as eclectic vintage furniture that is functional, spacious, and comfortable, for casual sit-down dining. 'Studio1939' on the 3rd level is a cozy, intimate lounge and bar, whose elegant, sophisticated decor, and plush leather or rattan lounge chairs, lend well to long, relaxing conversations. Finally, 'The Rooftop' is a relaxing, bohemian tiki alfresco / outdoor dining space with an urban herb garden, offering views of the surrounding heritage shophouses and tall skyscrapers in the nearby business district.

Service at Potato Head Folk & Three Buns is decent enough. Staff give a good first impression with their snappy dressing and greetings, and will seat you quickly. They're also knowledgable enough about the various items on the menu, able to provide simple descriptions when asked, and able to offer recommendations. This also extends to drinks, as staff are able to describe the various alcohol available. However, they stike me as rather aloof and somewhat impatient when taking orders, like they're rushing you to make up your mind. While they do clear empty / dirty tables quickly and efficiently, they're not proactive, as they don't check on your meal, or whether you require more drinks. Decent service overall, but could be so much better.

Food at Potato Head Folk is provided by Three Buns, a Western gourmet burger joint. Opened by Executive Chef Adam Penney; who worked in various restaurants in London, England, including under Chef Gordon Ramsay in Aubergine Restaurant; the food here is mostly handmade, including the burger patties, sauces (even the ketchup and mayonnaise is home made), and the artisanal burger buns, which are baked fresh twice a day for lunch and dinner. Their burgers are juicy and packed with flavour, but the use of premium ingredients and a bespoke approach means that prices are high as well. Burgers are priced ala-carte, without any side dishes, not even fries. Budget about SGD $35 per person for a burger, side, and drink here. Portions are decently sized for 1, or 2, people at most. Overall good food, but be prepared to spend!
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