Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00
Sat: 12:00 - 16:00
Mon - Sat: 18:30 - 22:30
Come to wild rocket - after all, this is what happiness is about - sharing good food and drinks, having lively conversations and laughter around a table with family and friends in a wonderful environment.
Nestled in the quiet enclave of Mt Emily Park, Wild Rocket is one of the few places in bustling Singapore, where you can dine in the tranquillity of a restaurant on a hill. The space is modelled after a traditional Japanese chashitsu, or teahouse complete with a rock garden path flanked by textured paper that welcomes one into three main areas: the main a-la-carte section; a long concrete counter for omakase patrons where Chef Willin regularly serves personally; and a recessed area reminiscent of the tokonoma, an alcove used for private dinning. From the ceiling to the walls and onto the exterior façade is an amazing wooden carapace made up of 15,000 meranti batons which is not only an art installation but acts also as a sunshade.
Full review HERE
This was a great dinner that we had at Wild Rocket, and I would definitely be back here again for Chef Willin Low’s creations. We were here for a birthday dinner, and each birthday diner got a complimentary pandan puddingish cake drizzeld in gula melaka. Everything from the bread, to the starters to the desserts were good (of course, some better than others, but all generally not bad) and we enjoyed ourselves alot.
The tasting menu at $78+++ is delicious. It is a great place to have dinner with friends as the ambiance is cozy. With the Survival Chic's offer of 30% discount, it is fantastic!! Thanks to the Chef, and he came to take a picture with our group :-)
Outstanding fusion food in mixture of local delight and european cusine. Small portion and pricey although. The aroma, presentation and delightful food more than make up for it. My favorite is the 'tau yew bah soy sauce pork ragout rigatoni'.
minus point - the chef didnt came over to our dinner table while he went to greet others : (