Mon - Sun: 11:00 - 23:00
Free valet parking service with minimum spending of $50 in one single receipt.
Spuds & Aprons offers a wide range of Asian and Western dishes. Located 100 metres above the sea at Faber Peak Singapore Spuds & Aprons offers diners a relaxing view of Sentosa Island, Harbour and a running cable car line. Opt to chill at the air-conditioned dining room or relax in the alfresco garden as one tucks into comfort signatures at this casual F&B joint.
Went with my family (4 adults + 2 kids) for a dinner celebration. Made reservations on the HGW app, promptly got a call from their reception to confirm the booking. Dinned in the air-conditioned section. We got the 4 pax combo that came with 1 fries, 1 appetiser, 4 main courses and 2 deserts - great value for $120++. They even threw in 10% discount and extra small desert with MasterCard promo!
Generous portions, especially the baby back ribs. We should not have ordered the kids meal ($10++), as there was more than enough for the adults. My kids loved the wicked fries and the adults loved the chili crab in a tux. Favourite dessert was the cempedak (jackfruit) b&b pudding.
They even let us move outside to enjoy our desserts in the cool evening air! Fantastic views of Sentosa, Harbourfront and sunset views over Pasir Panjang. Kids could run around the garden outside, though it was a little wet after the rain.
Will definiteky return for the nice balance of value, food and ambience.
I was there with my family 2 days back.
The sunset was great and overall ambience is fitting for Al fresco dining on a hill top.
However the food was rather inconsistent and some were in needs of great improvement especially the Tobiko crested cod fish, the Asian Caesear salad and the very medicore steak.
Let me start with the good ones.
The Grilled Tako is great, resting on a great greens and has a nice very light citrus sauce - Perfect.
The chilli crab in tux is wonderful favourful and the overall taste is packaged very nicely.
The average is the chicken wings - no marinade.
However both my child & i could not bring myself to eat the soggy baked Cod fish.
This is for trying to hard to package the fish and failed miserably.
The tobiko crest is totally off - it look more like unslightly cakey mentaiko looking coating than tobiko. The few shimeji mushroom does not help at all and i do not know what the watery sauce is.
I wonder if their chef will eat this creation of his and what would he say.
What could go wrong with a Caesar salad : the very base of it is the sauce. The crispy vegetable is totally ruined by the very weak and tend toward too much sour sauce. Even if i buy a commerical caesar sauce from supermarket, it would have made a more superior salad.
The bak kua is a good fusion twist but the whole total taste of leaves is wrong.
The steak is so mediocre - a good western grill hawker store could give us more value for monies.
I would not consider coming back for dinner.
After looking at the (mostly) negative reviews on the service standards on this page, I am determined to leave a positive one after my experience at the restaurant.
25th December 2015
I called earlier in the day at 12pm to reserve a table for two for dinner (7.30pm), and the person answering the phone took down my details and information politely and kindly.
7pm - we reached the location and after a while of flipping through the reservations book, found my seat. Do note that they make the reservations under the first name, not the last name as the SG culture usually dictates. Our table was not at the best location (ie. not window seat) but the view was still pretty good nonetheless.
We ordered our food, and being the type of person who goes for the most value-for-money meal, chose the combo for two (sgd70 before taxes and service charges). As my partner and I were rather ravenous, I asked the female staff (do they call them waitress at this restaurant, or female staff, or female server?) if I should order another entree course of wicked fries. Here the service was impeccable as the waitress explained that the main course do come with the fries (and also a sample portion of wicked fries) and that the additional order might be rather wasteful and not required. And we went with her suggestion, which was good as it turns out that the meal was quite filling in the end.
When I went to the washroom, I discreetly requested to the host that I wanted a more quiet and private location, as I wanted to have a nice conversation with my partner and not be distracted by all the chatter around. While numerous seats were already reserved, he suggested that I might like the al fresco area outside where there are comfortable sofas that seemed perfect for lounging and relaxing on, and definitely a good quiet location where conversation would be pretty private (and romantic). It was really good extra service which he was shown. However, while the sofas are a good place to lounge about, it was quite dark and not a good place to be having a main course dinner. Do keep in mind the spot for romantic drinks and chit chats though. I turned down his suggestion and went back to the indoor dining area where my table was orignally reserved.
The food was served really hot, and the wicked fries (sample portion) was already quite filling. The mains (Norwegian Salmon and BBQ baby ribs) were also tasty and came in a large portion was satisfied both of us. The desert (some bread thingy) was a little too sweet for my liking, but my partner found it to be quite delicious.
In summary, despite all the negative reviews on the poor service standards shown, I found the visit to be rather pleasant and enjoyable. The outdoor dining area is great if the weather is cooling and not raining or hazy (darn unpredictable singapore weather). While it may be quite inaccessible for those who do not own a car, the place is great for a private / romantic dining / chilling-out spot.
Full review HERE
The service was honestly quite terrible, and the place was more like a canteen than a restaurant (although the outdoor seating did look a bit more... elegant and put together) but I guess I would go back for the asian food if i happened to be climbing up mt faber or sth... but would not make a trip there for no reason. Having said all that, the food was much more affordable than i imagined and actually quite value for money.