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(Closed) Private Affairs

European, Western

54%100%

26 votes

6440 0601
$120 based on 17 reviews
Ji Lian's sister • 30 Apr 2011216 reviews 29 followers

rivate Affairs has chosen to go against the grain somewhat by locating itself away from most other high-end restaurants by placing itself in Joo Chiat Place. And so, as you walk towards the restaurant, you pass several excellent examples of hawker food and think, gee, I sure hope the Western meal I’m going to eat is not going to make me regret eating at any of these places. Does Private Affairs deliver? In my opinion, not really. The food is...

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Ji Lian's sister • 30 Apr 2011216 reviews 29 followers

rivate Affairs has chosen to go against the grain somewhat by locating itself away from most other high-end restaurants by placing itself in Joo Chiat Place. And so, as you walk towards the restaurant, you pass several excellent examples of hawker food and think, gee, I sure hope the Western meal I’m going to eat is not going to make me regret eating at any of these places. Does Private Affairs deliver? In my opinion, not really. The food is...

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banker • 06 Apr 20115 reviews 0 followers

Tried this place sometime ago, being brought there by my business partner; First impression of the place has very nice ambience, cosy and defintely looks high-class. Therefore, expectation is high. Service wise was ok, the kind of service you would expect from any restaurant. Being the only table for lunch, i cant imagine they serve the wrong dish i order. Thought of being mr nice guy to let this pass, as the food appearance does look good. However, they only...

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Drpiggy • 05 Apr 2011230 reviews 23 followers

Unlike most restaurants, I like Private Affairs’ complimentary bread because it’s toasted only after a customer is seated down and is thus always served crisp and warm.
 
Our first course for Restaurant Week's Set Lunch was the Grilled Cauliflower Royale with Smoke Trout Roe, Puffed Quinoa and Watercress & Walnut Salad. The Cauliflower Mousse was creamy and I liked it much, reminding me of a tofu cheesecake somehow. Quinoa (the crispy sprinkle atop the Cauliflower Mousse) is a grain-like...

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