Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:30
Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 03:00
Sun: 12:00 - 22:30
Supply & Demand is a modern Italian Southeast Asian bistro and bar.
Full review HERE
This was our second visit to Supply & Demand. The first time we came, we had some asian appetisers and other items, which were all quite disappointing. This time, we went straight for the pizza and truffle fries, and enjoyed our meal quite a bit. I would recommend this place, but ONLY for the pizza and western appetiser items. Don't bother with anything else.
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.
I'm a frequent goer & I shall say in terms of the food, it's pretty exceptional. Really enjoyed their 'Morning After' Pizza & Garlic Truffle Fries. Service wise, that depends on how busy on that particular day (which is understandable). I mean c'mon? You don't expect your food to be on the table right away, when you took a while to settle what to eat, right? Quite upsetting to see bunch of personal feedbacks from others. I'll still recommend this place for a good dine & gathering. Keep it up S&D crew!
Watching the young girl behind the bar pour a glass of wine so meticulously that she may as well have used a ruler to ensure she didnt pour any more that the absolute minimum amount should have been a sign to get out of there fast. Although the view is great and the vibe here is good theres not too many positves about this place. For starters there is no comlimentary water, and our bill included the $2 charge for a bottle we never ordered. Avoid the octopus salad, at $14++ for 4 small pieces of pickled baby octopus on a sad excuse for a salad (wilted lettuce and 1 cherry tomato cut in half) its simply a rip off. Theres the safe dishes like pizzas and fried chicken that appear to be value for money, but dont venture far from these if you dont want to be disapointed. Also theres no happy hour on the weekend, so dont expect much change from $20 for a drink (although that could buy you 10 bottles of water). Overall this is just another disapointing tourist trap that is framed around a half decent view of marina bay. Wont be rushing back.