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Supply & Demand (Orchard Gateway)

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Address: #02-13/14, Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road, 238858

Supply & Demand is a modern Italian Southeast Asian bistro and bar.

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 67026218
$30 based on 31 submissions
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3+1 set lunch...if you ask them

tried their set lunch menu today. there was 3 of us, we had, herbed infused roasted chicken, chix mushroom pizza, clam squid marina psta and gammon pizza. The last mains was only ordered when we queried about the 3+1 promotion. 

Anyway the set lunch comes with free flow basic salad and 1 bread with olive oil. Food is good, ambiance is nice but i would rate the service average with my experience above.

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• 30 Dec 2015 • 105 reviews • 2 followers

3+1 set lunch...if you ask them

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tried their set lunch menu today. there was 3 of us, we had, herbed infused roasted chicken, chix mushroom pizza, clam squid marina psta and gammon pizza. The last mains was only ordered when we queried about the 3+1 promotion. 

Anyway the set lunch comes with free flow basic salad and 1 bread with olive oil. Food is good, ambiance is nice but i would rate the service average with my experience above.
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• 29 Dec 2015 • 95 reviews • 0 follower

Great Pizza

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View the full menu with prices here: http://chewingyum.com/2015/12/21/supply-demand/
                                                                                                                   
Supply & Demand is yet another, often talked about Italian-Asian fusion restaurants. However, I have to say that its popularity is well deserved. I was pleasantly surprised by how good their pizza really was, and thoroughly enjoyed their other offerings too. They have a very extensive drinks menu as well, so its perfect for a nght out on the weekend. Great place to check out.
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• 20 Dec 2015 • 441 reviews • 57 followers

Modern Italian, Southeast Asian Flavours

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Full Supply & Demand review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/12/supply-demand.html


Styled as a casual Italian meets Southeast Asian fusion restaurant, Supply & Demand, which is operated by the Cre8 Group, first opened in the Esplanade in September 2013, with their second outlet in Orchard Gateway opening in May 2014. While it started life as a modern Italian Peruvian bistro and rooftop bar, Supply & Demand, whose name references a business economics term, has since evolved by offering more familiar flavours.

Ambience at Supply & Demand is one of the highlights. Industrial chic meets faux greenery, with an eclectic mix of furnishings that resemble both a European countryside home, as well as a streetside cafe. Along with warm decorative lights, wooden shelves lined with books and bottles of wine, faux trees, faux lawn carpets, soft leaf green cushions, and a open kitchen, Supply & Demand exudes a comfortable feel, the sort of place you can linger and pass the day. Love the place!

Service at Supply & Demand is decent enough, but forgettable. Staff are friendly, polite, and efficient, quick to seat diners and take orders. Empty / dirty tables are cleared quickly. Staff display very simple product knowledge, though this is alleviated somewhat as the menu has ample descriptions of each dish. But there is very little engagement overall, and seeing as this is primarily an Italian restaurant, I expected a lot more interaction.

Food at Supply & Demand is all about classic, rustic, Italian dishes in hearty portions. There is also an experimental selection of fusion dishes, inspired by Southeast Asian flavours that the founders experienced on their travels. The Peruvian aspect seems to have been mostly dropped. Generally, I find most dishes here to be decently executed, with above average taste. Prices are affordable for the quality of food, and good value for money, budget about SGD $27 per person for a meal here (without drinks). No surprise that Supply & Demand is often crowded at meal times!

Brewed from barley malts, the Beer Peroni Nastro Azzurro (SGD $9 / $15) is a straw golden coloured pale Roman lager, whose name means 'Blue Ribbon' in Italian. A really light European beer, refreshing and great for summer days!

The Polenta Piccolo (SGD $17) features 2 poached eggs over 2 blocks of fried polenta cake, topped with thinly sliced prosciutto crudo di parma / parma ham, drizzled with hollandaise sauce, and sprinkles of grana padano cheese, with a garden salad on the side. I loved how the perfectly poached, runny egg yolk mixed with the polenta cake, which has a nice crisp exterior, and a soft grainy interior. The polenta cake is stuffed with summer vegetables, such as carrot, zucchini, and spinach, and I love its savoury sweet taste.


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