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Occupying the ground floor of Kam Leng Hotel at Jalan Besar, Suprette is a diner and bar with an American-inspired menu available from breakfast to dinner. In addition to craft beers and singe malts, the cocktail list is a mix of classic and modern tipples.

Mon - Sun: 07:30 - 00:00

+65 62988962
$28 based on 28 submissions
Brunch (8 votes), Breakfast (7 votes), After Work (6 votes)
Evelyn Woo-Becker

Really really good food

Been there a couple of times and the food and beer offerings never failed to excite and entice. interesting neighbourhood to explore as well.

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Based on 28 votes
08 Jan 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Really really good food

Been there a couple of times and the food and beer offerings never failed to excite and entice. interesting neighbourhood to explore as well.
02 Jan 2015 • 175 reviews • 6 followers

Suprette: Hipster & Nostalgic Hipster Bar At Kam Leng Hotel

Located along the eclectic Jalan Besar is Suprette, a modern hipster bar cafe that marries a wide array of American-inspired mains and drinks in Kam Leng Hotel. This bar cafe is on the intimate side as the vicinity allows to accommodate slightly over twenty guests.

Check out Suprette's set lunch which is priced at $15 and comes with soup, main and drinks! Awesome deal!

Pumpkin soup as starters, which was Suprette's soup of the day. Creamy and lightly flavoured.

I had the Steak Sandwich. Each mouthful was bursting with flavour from the thinly sliced beef (medium well) accompanied with sweetness from caramalized onions.

Chickpea Burger ($17) for the lady. It is a herb and vegetable flecked burger and Suprette decks it with Tahani dressing. Majority of its flavour seems to be from potato and beetroot.

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26 Aug 2014 • 237 reviews • 40 followers

a Top 3 Burger for sure

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The end of my burger drought came in the form of a Suprette Burger ($20, +$3 for extra bacon), this was not just another pretty looking burger stack as it seems like, and somehow I can't get it out of my mind. Here at Suprette, the kitchen doesn't stinge, loading the wax-paper lined platter with an initially intimidating mountain of fries that would unknowingly disappear in a matter of time; seconds optional and highly dangerous. The cook on the beef patty was spot on, a slight pink in the middle teasing me with it's moist innards. The melted gruyere cheese forming a nappage over the patty, lending that edge of complex savoury notes to the construction.    First trip was a charm. Now it was time to put it to my test of 'repeated visits'

The Ken's Heart Attack Burger ($45) is the most dressed-up  version of a burger I've ever laid eyes on. Reaching staggering heights with a double patty, bacon, gruyere and mushrooms all layered by a master builder in the confines of his kitchen. The strips of perfectly fried bacon with the gooey cheese making it a comforting mess of umami and saltiness with a touch of earthiness from the mushrooms. As much as the monster burger carried sensible flavors, it would be crazy not to share this with someone.    My verdict  on this burger aligned with the many opinions I've heard thus far, this is your secret go-to burger. One that fills the voids of broken dreams and horrid days. The cat's out of the bag.

13 Aug 2014 • 376 reviews • 3 followers

fashionably dated place with modernistic food

I took a short walk back to Suprette Restaurant, Bar, Cafe located at the vintage-Chinese preserved back-in-time looking Kam Leng Hotel. Everything about this hotel was so ... old-fashioned and stagnant in time, fashionably dated - from the corridors to the interior.

It is a small restaurant / bar / cafe catering to breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks crowds, prising itself on being "compact" and serving comfort food. The service crew is very amicable and helpful, so we took up their recommendation of The Suprette Burger (SGD$20.00) - beef patty, gruyere cheese and fries.

It was a huge burger, looking even more tantalizing next to the bed of golden crispy fries nestled next to it. Our efforts to ignore the bread were futile, because it was sweet (buttered), toasted crispy and came with lots of aromatic-tasting sesame seeds. The patty itself was great tasting especialy with the melted cheese upon it; and being succulent and juicy added points to it. Not bad, really, a rather pure taste although it doesnt has the charred / smokey flavor I prefer; and I am thankful its sweet flavor is not obliterated by heavy garnishings of garlic, pepper or onions.

I had a Mocha (SGD$5.00) to go along with the meal. No sugar was needed - the thick layer of chocolate sauce at the bottom sweetened the bittersweet, nutty and slightly citrusy coffee and gave it the perfect touch already. I did not even regret that they did not have soy milk today ( my original request), since the original tasted great on its own.

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Besar breakfast
28 Jul 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Nice breakfast

Nice quiet place for breakfast. Ordered the Besar breakfast and poached egg. Portion was big and taste was good. I liked the cappuccino too. Service was excellent.