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Roosevelt's Diner & Bar

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Address: #01-02, Dorsett Residences, 331 New Bridge Road, 088764
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.

Mon - Thu: 08:00 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 08:00 - 00:00

Sun: 08:00 - 22:00

+65 65383518
$29 based on 35 submissions
After Work (13 votes), Brunch (11 votes), Chillout (7 votes)

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Food Review: Roosevelt's Diner and Bar

For the full review and more photos, head over to http://toroamtheworld.blogspot.com/2015/08/food-review-roosevelts-diner-and-bar.html

At the ground floor of apartment Dorsett Residences, Roosevelt's Diner and Bar is conveniently located outside Outram Park Exit H. The interior is spacious and I love the high ceilings that give that relaxing and cool vibe. I was here to try their new weekend brunch menu.

Brioche French Toast Waffles ($14++): This is actually a brioche bun soaked in Amaretto-laced moisture, and then pressed into the waffle machine. So you get this bun-c**-waffle creation! The texture quite dense to me - well, rightly so I guess since it's not your normal waffle batter. For people who don't like bread, perhaps you should stay away from this, because you'll complain that it's too gelat. But I enjoyed the combination of everything - I tasted a bit of cinnamon which was just right to go well with the mixed berries sauce. And with that Vanilla ice cream, how can it go wrong?

Spiced Potato Bacon Hash ($14++): This dish consists of spiced potato, bacon, poached egg and served with house-made tomato relish. Even though I don't like potato and hence the dish wasn't my top favourite, I have to say that the potato was delicious and the spices sure did give it lots of flavour. A tip: break the poached egg and mix everything up together.

Crab Cake Benedict ($21++): A more unique twist to the classic (and perhaps overdone) Eggs Benedict, this one replaces the usual ham/smoked salmon/mushrooms with crab cake! It's served on english muffins and with a thin layer of garlic mayo, plus a side salad. The eggs were runny and nicely poached. But I can't quite get the taste of the crab cake... Except its saltiness.

BBQ Baby Back Ribs ($22++): Even though I'm not a meat person, I was delighted that the meat fell off the bone with one slice of the knife/fork! It was tender, not too salty and oh-so-good with the BBQ sauce! And I like the accompaniment of the corn salsa too!

Breakfast Waffle Candied BLT ($14++): Essentially all the breakfast items sandwiched between two crisp layers of waffles. And it was so delicious! It sounds like a very plain idea but the tastes, aesthetics... all worked for me. On the whole it was a bit salty but I guess cos there's bacon. But I still love this dish - and oh yes, the waffles! It didn't turn soggy despite the many fillings inside. And you'll think that you'll feel gelat since it's waffles right? But no, it filled me up just fine!

Apple Berry Crumble ($10++): All my favourites in this dessert. Muesli and berries crumble mixed with some apple slices and then topped with vanilla ice cream, this was polished clean!

All in all the newly introduced food in the weekend brunch menu are worth a try. Some dishes are rather unique, like the Brioche French Toast Waffle and Spiced Potato Bacon Hash.

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• 21 Dec 2015 • 26 reviews • 0 follower

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For the full review and more photos, head over to http://toroamtheworld.blogspot.com/2015/08/food-review-roosevelts-diner-and-bar.html

At the ground floor of apartment Dorsett Residences, Roosevelt's Diner and Bar is conveniently located outside Outram Park Exit H. The interior is spacious and I love the high ceilings that give that relaxing and cool vibe. I was here to try their new weekend brunch menu.

Brioche French Toast Waffles ($14++): This is actually a brioche bun soaked in Amaretto-laced moisture, and then pressed into the waffle machine. So you get this bun-c**-waffle creation! The texture quite dense to me - well, rightly so I guess since it's not your normal waffle batter. For people who don't like bread, perhaps you should stay away from this, because you'll complain that it's too gelat. But I enjoyed the combination of everything - I tasted a bit of cinnamon which was just right to go well with the mixed berries sauce. And with that Vanilla ice cream, how can it go wrong?

Spiced Potato Bacon Hash ($14++): This dish consists of spiced potato, bacon, poached egg and served with house-made tomato relish. Even though I don't like potato and hence the dish wasn't my top favourite, I have to say that the potato was delicious and the spices sure did give it lots of flavour. A tip: break the poached egg and mix everything up together.

Crab Cake Benedict ($21++): A more unique twist to the classic (and perhaps overdone) Eggs Benedict, this one replaces the usual ham/smoked salmon/mushrooms with crab cake! It's served on english muffins and with a thin layer of garlic mayo, plus a side salad. The eggs were runny and nicely poached. But I can't quite get the taste of the crab cake... Except its saltiness.

BBQ Baby Back Ribs ($22++): Even though I'm not a meat person, I was delighted that the meat fell off the bone with one slice of the knife/fork! It was tender, not too salty and oh-so-good with the BBQ sauce! And I like the accompaniment of the corn salsa too!

Breakfast Waffle Candied BLT ($14++): Essentially all the breakfast items sandwiched between two crisp layers of waffles. And it was so delicious! It sounds like a very plain idea but the tastes, aesthetics... all worked for me. On the whole it was a bit salty but I guess cos there's bacon. But I still love this dish - and oh yes, the waffles! It didn't turn soggy despite the many fillings inside. And you'll think that you'll feel gelat since it's waffles right? But no, it filled me up just fine!

Apple Berry Crumble ($10++): All my favourites in this dessert. Muesli and berries crumble mixed with some apple slices and then topped with vanilla ice cream, this was polished clean!

All in all the newly introduced food in the weekend brunch menu are worth a try. Some dishes are rather unique, like the Brioche French Toast Waffle and Spiced Potato Bacon Hash.
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• 10 Sep 2015 • 19 reviews • 0 follower

Decent food, chill atmosphere

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Roosevelt Cafe, located at outram MRT Exit H, is a typical American style cafe. Rugged decor, dangling light bulbs, dim lighting. They have happy hour for house pours until 8pm. Their salted caramel milkshake is a must order and really awesome!

Read more here: https://jayellesays.wordpress.com/2015/09/10/roosevelt-cafe/
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• 18 Jul 2015 • 48 reviews • 0 follower

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Full review: http://nkikichua.blogspot.sg/2015/05/roosevelts-diner-bar-new-bridge-road.html

Roosevelt’s Diner & Bar is situated in a quiet corner of Tanjong Pagar, away from the crowd yet easily accessible via NEL Outram Station exit. They offer hearty all-day dining in a casual setting, with a huge slant towards artisanal and gourmet fares.

The latte art is super instagram worthy! However, it is a tad too sweet for my liking, as I prefer it to have a slight bitterness after-taste. As part of their weekend brunch, I would recommend Crab Cake Benedict - crab cake, English muffin, poached egg, garlic mayonnaise and served with side salad. Something different from the usual egg benedict and is reasonably priced for a real crab cake! It is a good deal :)

Something on the regular menu and it's only available from lunch to closing, BBQ Baby Back Ribs. The meat was tender and flavourful. If you are a meat lover, this could be for you. I got to say Roosevelt is pretty generous with the servings!
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  • BBQ Baby Back Ribs [$22 (half), $28 (full)]

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