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Quentin's the Eurasian Restaurant

Asian, European, Fusion, Western

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23 votes

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Tue - Sun: 11:30 - 14:30

Tue - Sun: 18:30 - 22:30

Closed: Mon

$21 based on 18 reviews
Eurasian aunties would be pleased with the food at Quentin’s the Eurasian Restaurant. For starters, it’s cooked by Quentin Pereira – the son of the author of ‘Robin’s Eurasian Recipes’, a cookbook book endorsed by neighbour and former First Lady, Mrs Nathan. See what foodies like this place for
Gerald Ang • 16 Feb 20148 reviews 0 followers

Had sunday lunch here in Feb 2014. Great ambience to relax. I believe it's more cosy on weekend nights to have a drink or two

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The HGW community like this place for...

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  • Children/Family8 votes
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  • Lunch8 votes
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  • After Work4 votes
  • Brunch4 votes
  • Hidden Find4 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering4 votes
  • Wheelchair Friendly3 votes

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What others are saying...

Gerald Ang • 16 Feb 20148 reviews 0 followers

Had sunday lunch here in Feb 2014. Great ambience to relax. I believe it's more cosy on weekend nights to have a drink or two

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SamanthaS • 23 May 20131 reviews 0 followers

As a Singaporean, i am quite ashamed to say that i have not known about Eurasians let alone their unique cuisine until a friend of mine who is a regular patron at Quentin's finally brought me along for dinner last Friday. Quentin's is the only full-fledged Eurasian restaurant in Singapore-with of course a modern twist to some of its dishes. Their "Oxtail Curry Debal" is to die for!!! It is without a doubt very sinful but hey, You only live...

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Dexter Roche • 16 Feb 20137 reviews 0 followers

Having extensively travelled in Goa (my wife is originally from Goa) and loving the Portuguese influenced Goan food, Quentin's was like a slice of Goa but with its own local twist.
 
The restaurant is housed in the Eurasian Community centre off Dunman Road, and has a very private quiet setting. There are no malls or crowds but just a patch of grass in between the restaurant and the road. As you enter, there are photos of old Singapore and...

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