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Supply & Demand (Orchard Gateway)

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

Daily: 11:30 - 22:30

+65 67026218
$30 based on 22 submissions
After Work (7 votes), Anniversary (6 votes), Brunch (5 votes)
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Hip Hang Out for the Young

Located at a rather obscure corner at Orchard Gateway, this restaurant is quite popular with the younger crowd, with its hip dining settings, mass market localised food and reasonable prices.

At a recent visit, I had the chance to try some of its local and Italian (localised) menu.

I started with the Garlic Truffle Fries ($17). A little pricey but certainly worth it with. Large cut fries with garlic chips paired with either mayonaise sauce or sweet chilli can be rather addictive.

From the Italian menu I had the Aglio Olio Shrimp ($16.90). Done al dente, the flavours were rather rich with a strong garlic influence - Singaporean style.

I also tried the Margherita pizza ($16.90), thin crust, tomato base with cheese.

From the local menu I tried the Curry Chicken ($16.90). Paired with acha, the curry was very rich in flavour, thick red with tender pices of chicken.

Overall though, expect localised average good at best. Supply & Demand is more of a place to be seen than a place for gourmet platters.

Service was rather efficient in the buzzing lunch crowd.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • The morning after5 votes
  • Pizza3 votes
  • Truffle fries3 votes
  • Prawns Aglio Olio2 votes
  • Tiramisu2 votes
  • Cabonara1 vote
  • Chicken1 vote
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• 27 Mar 2015 • 2013 reviews • 256 followers

Hip Hang Out for the Young

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Located at a rather obscure corner at Orchard Gateway, this restaurant is quite popular with the younger crowd, with its hip dining settings, mass market localised food and reasonable prices.

At a recent visit, I had the chance to try some of its local and Italian (localised) menu.

I started with the Garlic Truffle Fries ($17). A little pricey but certainly worth it with. Large cut fries with garlic chips paired with either mayonaise sauce or sweet chilli can be rather addictive.

From the Italian menu I had the Aglio Olio Shrimp ($16.90). Done al dente, the flavours were rather rich with a strong garlic influence - Singaporean style.

I also tried the Margherita pizza ($16.90), thin crust, tomato base with cheese.

From the local menu I tried the Curry Chicken ($16.90). Paired with acha, the curry was very rich in flavour, thick red with tender pices of chicken.

Overall though, expect localised average good at best. Supply & Demand is more of a place to be seen than a place for gourmet platters.

Service was rather efficient in the buzzing lunch crowd.
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• 22 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

BAD DINING EXPERIENCE. NO CUSTOMER SERVICE, NO SERVICE RECOVERY.

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i wouldnt even give a star to rate their restaurant if i was given an option.  about our disappointing experience.
 When we ask manager Naz ON DUTY, why did he not give us the bill 30 mins ago, he claim that it was not him who serve us earlier. But me and my friends were certainly sure it was him whom we requested from. He then claims that there was a shortage of staffs and tried to brush us off by mentioning that not only our table everybody else was waiting for the bill or their food and he is busy with the other tables. How does that make us less important than the other customers?
 After returning our bill, his sarcastic remarks was that: "at least i am not standing but working" without any apology and walked away .This is not what we have expect coming from a manager. We were extremely disappointed with the dinning experience at Supply and demand . will nv patronise again.  
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• 22 Jan 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

BAD DINING EXPERIENCE. NO CUSTOMER SERVICE, NO SERVICE RECOVERY.

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i wouldnt even give a star to rate their restaurant if i can. about our disappointing experience.
 When we ask manager Naz ON DUTY, why did he not give us the bill 30 mins ago, he claim that it was not him who serve us earlier. But me and my friends were certainly sure it was him whom we requested from. He then claims that there was a shortage of staffs and tried to brush us off by mentioning that not only our table everybody else was waiting for the bill or their food and he is busy with the other tables. How does that make us less important than the other customers?
 After returning our bill, his sarcastic remarks was that: "at least i am not standing but working" without any apology and walked away .This is not what we have expect coming from a manager. We were extremely disappointed with the dinning experience at Supply and demand . will nv patronise again.  
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