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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. 

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 11:00 - 02:00

Eve of PH: 11:00 - 02:00

Sun: 11:00 - 23:00

+65 63779688
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Affordable food with a good view to boot!

Situated on the peak of Mount Faber, overlooking Keppel Bay and Sentosa Island, you could also see cable cars coming up from Sentosa. A breathtaking view. Spuds and Aprons occupies a huge space with both indoor and outdoor seating. The indoor air conditioned Dining Area can sit up to 48 pax, while the alfresco garden has a capacity of 160 pax.

I initially reserved a table at the Al Fresco dining area because of the good view, however I changed it later, thinking that it wouldn't be too nice if the weather gets too humid and warm at night. However, when I was there, it was pretty breezy since the bistro is located at the peak. We still went ahead with the little indoor area because of its cosy atmosphere, which shared the similar view as well.

The Food
One of the best things here is that, you would expect the prices of the food to be pretty steep given the location of the bistro. However, to our surprise, they were affordable, and by affordable I mean, their price tags are similar to your average cafe prices (cheaper than some even!). The menu can be found here! You guys can seriously consider coming here for your various celebrations or just have a nice chill out at this place!

We ordered their popular Wicked Fries and Gravy ($8) for our appetizer! For our mains, we had Crispy Pork Belly ($26) and Barbecued Baby Back Ribs ($26), and a Chempedek Bread and Butter Pudding ($10).

For full review and pictures, visit: http://fatassbean.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/review-spuds-and-aprons-bennys-26th/

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• 20 Nov 2014 • 30 reviews • 0 follower

Affordable food with a good view to boot!

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Situated on the peak of Mount Faber, overlooking Keppel Bay and Sentosa Island, you could also see cable cars coming up from Sentosa. A breathtaking view. Spuds and Aprons occupies a huge space with both indoor and outdoor seating. The indoor air conditioned Dining Area can sit up to 48 pax, while the alfresco garden has a capacity of 160 pax.

I initially reserved a table at the Al Fresco dining area because of the good view, however I changed it later, thinking that it wouldn't be too nice if the weather gets too humid and warm at night. However, when I was there, it was pretty breezy since the bistro is located at the peak. We still went ahead with the little indoor area because of its cosy atmosphere, which shared the similar view as well.

The Food
One of the best things here is that, you would expect the prices of the food to be pretty steep given the location of the bistro. However, to our surprise, they were affordable, and by affordable I mean, their price tags are similar to your average cafe prices (cheaper than some even!). The menu can be found here! You guys can seriously consider coming here for your various celebrations or just have a nice chill out at this place!

We ordered their popular Wicked Fries and Gravy ($8) for our appetizer! For our mains, we had Crispy Pork Belly ($26) and Barbecued Baby Back Ribs ($26), and a Chempedek Bread and Butter Pudding ($10).

For full review and pictures, visit: http://fatassbean.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/review-spuds-and-aprons-bennys-26th/
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• 24 Oct 2014 • 24 reviews • 0 follower

All day dining!

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It's great place for both day and night. Same friendliness and nice ambience yet so different. Food is nice and reasonable pricing though I've not tried the local selection.
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• 04 Oct 2014 • 179 reviews • 5 followers

For the ambience and the Chilli Crab in a Tux

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We had Chilli Crab in a Tux ($13) and Wicked Fries and Gravy ($8). The Chilli Crab in a Tux was basically chilli crab stuffed in potato skin and it was perfect! In fact it was probably the best dish of the night. Tangy crab meat in chilli sauce on grilled potato skin.

The Wicked Fries and Gravy ($8) was thick fries with melted cheese and gravy. The fries were kind of soggy and limp, and the delicious melted cheese on top of the fries did not save this dish. The fries might have been left out in the air for too long before they were served.

The boyfriend ordered the Crispy Pork Belly ($26). The Pork Belly was crispy and tender as the menu promised, but it lacked the punch and flavour that we expected. Served with roasted potatoes and rocket leaves, this dish was ok but not incredibly fantastic. 

I ordered Oven-Roasted Mustard Marinated Chicken ($19). The chicken skin was crispy and tasty, but unfortunately the chicken meat was dry and, just like the Crispy Pork Belly, was not sufficiently flavorful. Spuds and Aprons should work on their marination. I think that would save their meat dishes. The mashed potatoes was buttery and decent. 

A live band started playing at about 8:15 pm and the music was good. While the cool night breeze drifted in and music filled the air at Spuds and Aprons, we finished our meal and washed it all down with a pint of beer. The night view was perfect atop Mount Faber. 
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