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Spathe

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This casual diner at Mohamed Sultan offers a range of Spanish and French inspired dishes such as chorizo, chicken and seafood paella and smoked duck salad with grilled zucchini.

Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 67351035
$40 based on 30 submissions
After Work (11 votes), Brunch (7 votes), Relaxed (7 votes)
The Girl Next Shore

Comfort food, steady vibe!

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Everything's supposedly designed for sharing so if you're doing portion control you best grab some buddies to help you out.    The yellow fin tuna poke was a hit (SGD18). It looked and tasted like a mini timbale of a quasi modern twist on the classic tuna tartare. The fish was pretty fresh in its chopped state and the added flavour of avocado and roasted garlic made it rather special. The fried shallots gave it awesome texture ie the kind of crunch you need when eating something as delicate.   The potato gnocchi (SGD18) was good for the sauce (mushrooms, spinach, roasted garlic and dollops of pumpkin ricotta). The gnocchi itself was steady albeit a bit too filling.    I ordered an 'individual' serving of the Spanish octopus salad (SGD18) which arrived plentiful and was actually good enough to share between two to three people. I'm not a fan of sous-vide cooking but the octopus came out so tender and so moist! It had a pleasant smoky flavour and I can only imagine how delicious this would be if they used baby octopus.    We had the grilled aussie rib-eye (SGD38) with Spathe's garlic fries. The beef was good in the most unassuming way. Seasoned appropriately and served with some herby butter, this was my favourite dish of the night. The garlic fries were pretty good too!   Three 'Spathé Classics', a salad and a glass of full bodied red later, I was too full for dessert so we passed on pudding (we did have some mini Magnums a few hours later though). That ordering guide was pretty accurate! Our total bill came to about SGD120 (roughly £60) which I thought was a pretty good price for two full happy bellies.   Overall it was exactly what the doctor ordered after long work hours: exciting food, engaging service, laidback setting. I think Spathé succeeds in harbouring the feeling of comfort not just through their menu but also through the concept of sharing a good meal with good friends. I'd definitely go back.

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  • Garlic Fries7 votes
  • Sous vide Spanish octopus salad5 votes
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25 Nov 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Comfort food, steady vibe!

More on The Girl Next Shore

Everything's supposedly designed for sharing so if you're doing portion control you best grab some buddies to help you out.    The yellow fin tuna poke was a hit (SGD18). It looked and tasted like a mini timbale of a quasi modern twist on the classic tuna tartare. The fish was pretty fresh in its chopped state and the added flavour of avocado and roasted garlic made it rather special. The fried shallots gave it awesome texture ie the kind of crunch you need when eating something as delicate.   The potato gnocchi (SGD18) was good for the sauce (mushrooms, spinach, roasted garlic and dollops of pumpkin ricotta). The gnocchi itself was steady albeit a bit too filling.    I ordered an 'individual' serving of the Spanish octopus salad (SGD18) which arrived plentiful and was actually good enough to share between two to three people. I'm not a fan of sous-vide cooking but the octopus came out so tender and so moist! It had a pleasant smoky flavour and I can only imagine how delicious this would be if they used baby octopus.    We had the grilled aussie rib-eye (SGD38) with Spathe's garlic fries. The beef was good in the most unassuming way. Seasoned appropriately and served with some herby butter, this was my favourite dish of the night. The garlic fries were pretty good too!   Three 'Spathé Classics', a salad and a glass of full bodied red later, I was too full for dessert so we passed on pudding (we did have some mini Magnums a few hours later though). That ordering guide was pretty accurate! Our total bill came to about SGD120 (roughly £60) which I thought was a pretty good price for two full happy bellies.   Overall it was exactly what the doctor ordered after long work hours: exciting food, engaging service, laidback setting. I think Spathé succeeds in harbouring the feeling of comfort not just through their menu but also through the concept of sharing a good meal with good friends. I'd definitely go back.
07 Nov 2014 • 162 reviews • 3 followers

Sorry but nope, not again

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The 12 hour Slow-cooked Pork Belly ($24) came with poached egg and creamy mashed potato. The pork belly was indeed not crispy. It was braised, tender and rather delicious. 

The Belgian Waffle with Fried Chicken and Cheese ($17+$3 for cheese) was ok. The waffle was fluffy and the fried chicken went very well with the cheese. 

I would say the food is pretty decent but nope, I would not return because 1) no ventilation; and 2) lack-lustre customer service. I must declare that I do not have any high standards in service but this truly made me want to place my head in my hands and heave a huge sigh of exasperation.


14 Oct 2014 • 12 reviews • 28 followers

Awesome Beef Burger and Nice Ambience

For Full Review and Photos: http://goingmerrily.blogspot.sg/2014/10/spathe-public-house-review.html

I got the Spathe Cheese Burger $14 which comes with Cajun Fries. I don't have to describe much about the burger, you can see how fat, juicy and awesome the patty (medium rare) is. To top off the experience, there is a splatter of eggs benedict's yolk sauce on the side to dip your burger in - 10/10.

We also got the daily special Chocolate Nutella ice blend $9 which was a delight.
Eggs Royale
05 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

spathing brunch

Perfect combi of poached egg,cheese and smoked salmon on the bread. One of the better brunch places to visit on Sundays. Pretty and unique settings, unlike any others. Definitely coming back!
29 Sep 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Brooklyn Inspired? I guess the brick wall

On a lazy Sunday I thought of trying an American Restaurant for a long lunch, a nice juicy USDA steak and a Californian Red. One of the websites directed me to this place and I must say its an overall dissapointment.
First, the menu says this place is Brooklyn Inspired! I didnt expect to see a Brooklyn Legend like Peter Luger's here, but atleast a bit of Brroklyn in the menu. To me there was nothing Brooklyn about this place except the brick walls I guess.
Service is quite pretentious, the Aussie Manager/Server seems to be friendly but he is not.
I have been in the food and beverage industry for nearly 40 years, and I have never seen a restaurant serving pre poached eggs. Most customers were asking why the poached egg was so hard and the Manager said thats how we serve it!
I could see from my table the chefs taking pre poached eggs from a large pan and dropping them into boiling water to heat them up!
Bacon is finished in the deep fryer.
My Rib Eye Steak was tasteless, could be I am used to USDA Beef and this was Australian.
The chocolate Brownie was stone hard and was inedible and after one bite I told the server its too dry and hard, he stared at me and smiled? I still had to pay for it.
Californian Cab was reasonable at $49.
Most people ate breakfast dishes with poached eggs, I am wondering why?
I will not return. I spent $150 and only the wine was good.