#01-02, Dorsett Residences, 331 New Bridge Road, 088764
American, European, French, Western
+65 65383518

Mon to Thur,
Lunch 11:00 to 15:00
Dinner 18:00 to 22:30
Lunch 11:00 to 15:00
Dinner 18:00 to 22:30
Lunch / Brunch 10:00 to 18:00
Dinner 18:00 to 23:30
Lunch / Brunch 10:00 to 18:00
Dinner 18:00 to 22:30

$29 based on 38 submissions
After Work (14 votes), Brunch (11 votes), Chillout (8 votes) ...

Roosevelt's Diner & Bar take you to a unique dining experience here at New Bridge Road. They serve artisal hot sandwiches, pastas, burgers, and selective gourmet mains with fine selection of wines, beers, spirits and mixed of cocktails.

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Latest Review for Roosevelt's Diner & Bar

Overall RatingBased on 38 reviews
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Big easy comfort food at Roosevelt's Diner & Bar

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 3 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 74

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We all know that everyone is talking about Tanjong Pagar but look a little further down the way to Outram Park and there are some openings to note there also. First Candlenut reopened at the Dorsett Hotel, and now Roosevelt's. Tucked away at the Dorsett Residences just behind one of the entrances to Outram Park MRT, so you would be forgiven for missing it. But look a little closer and you'll find the latest opening in the cafe-c**-diner world offering hearty, casual all day dining.

With a heavy American influence from the NYC-style industrial chic interior to the calorific menu, there's nothing complex about the food here - just good old Western crowd pleasers which will definitely tick that comfort food box.

Always on the quest for a juicy burger, Teddy's 100% U.S. Beef Burger ($20) was a serious contender for our pick of best burgers in Singapore. Juicy and flavourful thanks to a blend of seven secret spices plus all the usual fillings wedged in-between a brioche bun, this is one mean burger done right!

For a serious food coma and ultimate modern American diner experience, slurp a Salted Caramel Milkshake ($8) down along with it for a seriously naughty and delicious treat.

If you're more down with fish than cow, check out the Truffle Snapper Pie ($19). Available only for dinner and billed as being the ultimate fish pie, this is one seriously comforting dish to sink your troubles into with juicy chunks of snapper in a creamy, truffled-up sauce housed under a pastry roof.

While the aroma from the Penne Chicken Pesto ($15) as it arrived was promising, unfortunately the flavour didn't quite match the scent and was a little too slathered in sauce for our liking...but of course this is more the pasta of Brooklyn then Bari.

If there's room for afters, the Apple Forest Berries Crumble ($8), with its wafts of cinnamon and seriously crunchy topping straddling juicy chunks of apple interlaced with berries is definitely worth ordering.

If you're looking for a new brunch (or all day breakfast) spot, then Roosevelt's provides the perfect laid back vibe along with its oozy Eggs Royale ($17). But if it's more wine that is on your mind then with house pours starting from $11 a glass (or $5 for a little 75ML one!) this makes Roosvelt's a worthy spot for an after work tipple or two especially if it's during their one-for-one happy hour which takes place Monday - Friday 5pm - 7pm.

Roosevelt's is an easy, something-for-everyone, at any time of day kind of place with a laid back vibe, which makes everyone feel welcome with its comfort food. If you're looking for a new casual dining option, then hop on a little further beyond Tanjong Pagar, and enjoy the big easy that is Roosevelt's.

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Purple Taste: [Media Invite] Roosevelt's Diner & Bar @ New Bridge Road

Total Reviews: 294

Located at New Bridge Road, conveniently within 2 minutes walk from Exit H of Outram MRT station. Of course, the directionless me took the wrong exit and ended up having to walk for about 8 minutes to get there. Roosevelt is just round the corner of Dorsett Residences. Can't miss it, and easily recognizable by the neon lighted Teddy in a suit that smokes a cigar.

entrance to the diner
Roosevelt's Diner offers a comfortable space suitable for small and large groups alike. It also offers brunch menu whole day long everyday till 6pm. So, if you have any brunch items cravings, there isn't a need to wait till weekends! Just pop by Roosevelt's to satisfy those cravings.

interior there's a vespa in da house!
Let's have a look at what's available in the brunch menu.

menu no kidding, brunch menu available everyday till 6pm
What's the first thing that came to mind, when someone says "American Diner"? For me, that'll be milkshake, burgers, pies and jukebox. Yes, I watched a tad too much TV.

Here, we had a chance to sample 3 flavours out of the 7 available milkshakes; Signature Salted Caramel, Strawberry Cheesecake and Oreo. In terms of flavours that stood out, it was the Signature Salted Caramel with its gloriously sweet and salty smooth concoction. The granola bar crumblies in the milkshake added a bite to the creamy smooth texture.

Signature Salted Caramel Milkshake @$10++
But my personal favourite, was the Strawberry Cheesecake. A lady's drink, if you may. Liked the milder fruity flavour of strawberries. Yummy.

Strawberry Cheesecake Milkshake @$12++
For food, we had a taste preview of an appetiser from the Dinner menu; the Pan Seared Hokkaido Scallops. Plump, juicy seared scallops served with housemade yuzu mustard ricotta, lovingly drizzled with umami'ish seaweed brown butter and topped with toasted hazelnut and ebiko. The contrast of textures between soft, firm and crunchy worked well and loved the flavours of chopped hazelnut.

Was actually looking for some bread to mop up the seaweed brown butter. So delish! But have to restrain self. Too much of a good thing, may not be good after all.

Pan Seared Hokkaido Scallops @ $24++

Next up, we got to try some wholesome salad bowls. For some Mexican flavours, one could opt for the Charred Corn Quinoa and should you prefer Asian'ish flavours, go for the Shitake Sesame Salmon.

Charred Corn Quinoa @$17++ pouring some hot sauce yoghurt over the Charred Corn Quinoa
Quinoa is a healthier...

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Revamped Menu

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 97

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Roosevelt’s Diner and Bar Revamped Menu 2016 was launched since a month. The changed is on both the Brunch and Dinner menu. I don’t remember what’s on their previous menu but somehow I feel that this menu looks more focused with limited dishes. Nonetheless, the selection was pleasing.


For those who are not familar with Roosevelt’s and its location. It is located at the ground floor of Dorsett Residences with Outram Park NEL MRT station at its doorstep. It is managed by the same group as Montana Singapore and South Bronx.





Roosevelt’s Diner and Bar Revamped Menu 2016


I was skeptical about Roosevelt’s Diner and Bar Revamped Menu 2016 as I have heard lots of negative feedback from both food and lifestyle bloggers even though I like the food served at Montana and South Bronx.  

We beginning our meal with an appetiser for sharing, the Pan Seared Hokkaido Scallops ($24). The pan seared scallops were sat on yuzu mustard ricotta with seaweed brown butter and toasted hazelnuts. Though on the menu it mentioned tobiko, it was missing on our plate. Neither was truly impressed by it, I was neutral. 

Our first Mains is from the highly recommended dish of the Seafood section, Squid Ink Fish and Chips ($26). When this dish was served, I admit that I got a shocked of my life. It looks like a burnt piece of fish. It tasted so much better than its look. 

Next is a hot favourite among our diners, the Chicken Confit With Truffle Potato Foam ($26). 2 out of 3 diners selected this as their fave. 

Our last Main for the night is the BBQ Baby Back Ribs ($26). This is the other signature Main at Roosevelt’s Diner and Bar Revamped Menu 2016. It was well seasoned with a light BBQ Sauce. It would be perfect if the ribs are tender.

Finally dessert time, there are 5 selections; Beer Battered Banana ($14), Apple Berry Crumble ($12), Chocolate Fudge Cake ($12), Churros Waffle ($12) and Salted Caramel Waffle ($14). We chose neither as we were recommended a newly created Waffle which is off the menu for now, a unique waffle with Strawberry, compressed Watermelon with mint and choya, Balsamic Vinegar Honey and Rose bud ricotta. OMG! We couldn’t imagine using balsamic vingear, mint and choya on waffle. This was so unexpected. We didn’t think that it turned out so unexpectionally excellent.

There are some excellent dishes. I would highly recommend the Chicken Confit With Truffle Potato Foam to the truffle fan. If you like fish and chips, go for the Squid Ink Fish and Chips and lastly don’t missed out on the newly created waffle.

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