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WOLF is proud to be the first pork-centric restaurant in Singapore. Aside from dedicating a large part of its menu to preparing the humble pig in a multitude of delicious ways, WOLF also offers diners other meats including beef, quail, fish and seafood. Pork-chop lovers will also be thrilled with WOLF’s large selection of top quality pork chops including Iberico, Mangalica & Nagano. 

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 00:00

Closed: Sun

+65 65572224
$58 based on 8 submissions
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More hits than misses

Had lunch at Wolf during Singapore Restaurant Week where 3-courses sets are available. Appetiser of Swimmer Crab, shreds of the crustaceans seasoned with cumin and salt flakes among others, went well with thinly shaved carrots which were sweet and tart at the same time. Nagano Pork Chop 280g, medium done unless otherwise requested, was mostly tender with parts a tad tough or too bloody for my liking. No need for the recommended apple mustard puree or juniper berry sauce as well as the complimentary Horseradish and mustard. Sides of mesclun and maple-glazed sweet potatoes – lovely with smoky charred taste and caramelized sweetness accentuated by a sprinkle of salt, suffice. Dessert of Rosemary Lemon Posset, served with pistachio shortbread that was neither crispy on the outside nor crumbly inside, was tangy but too creamy. See full review and pictures at http://live2eatdottravel.blogspot.sg/2014/10/wolf.html.

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• 02 Nov 2014 • 87 reviews • 0 follower

More hits than misses

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Had lunch at Wolf during Singapore Restaurant Week where 3-courses sets are available. Appetiser of Swimmer Crab, shreds of the crustaceans seasoned with cumin and salt flakes among others, went well with thinly shaved carrots which were sweet and tart at the same time. Nagano Pork Chop 280g, medium done unless otherwise requested, was mostly tender with parts a tad tough or too bloody for my liking. No need for the recommended apple mustard puree or juniper berry sauce as well as the complimentary Horseradish and mustard. Sides of mesclun and maple-glazed sweet potatoes – lovely with smoky charred taste and caramelized sweetness accentuated by a sprinkle of salt, suffice. Dessert of Rosemary Lemon Posset, served with pistachio shortbread that was neither crispy on the outside nor crumbly inside, was tangy but too creamy. See full review and pictures at http://live2eatdottravel.blogspot.sg/2014/10/wolf.html.
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• 10 Sep 2014 • 304 reviews • 21 followers

Not Three but Five Little Piggies

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For the complete Chubby Botak Koala dining experience, click here:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2014/09/Wolf.html

To name a restaurant WOLF is just a catchy genius. Opened by The Privé group, WOLF is a pork centric restaurant and focus on the nose to tail dining experience.

While you might be familiar with Kurobuta and Iberico pork, you will soon be intimate with Mangalica, Nagano and Duroc-Landrace type of porks as well. These are the Five Little Piggies that made up the Pork Chop selections for WOLF. For those non Moo Moo eater, WOLF is a definitely a new dining destination for you.

The restaurant is decorated to pay homage to the adult version of Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf. There is an engraved picture of the Wolf, along with the three little pigs are well-decorated on the walls the restaurants. For night dining, the restaurant is dimly lit and the setting is very comfortable. The music playing on the background is funky R&B genre.

While waiting for QC to arrive, we decided to place the order for starters to share. Pan Roasted Duck Liver ($32), Grilled Ox Tongue ($38) and one of our daring dish to try Grilled Beef Hearts ($22). Duck Liver is supposed to be the cheaper 'cousin' compare to goose liver. However, cooked it properly and combined it with port wine poached figs and aged balsamic vinegar, you can't tell the difference. It tasted velvety and melts in your mouth. Yum Yum.

Our Mains basically Pork Centric, we had Nagano Pork Chop ($40), Mangalica Pork Chop ($42) and Grilled Duroc Pork Collar ($30). As recommended by our service staff, we have ordered our pork chop medium rare because it is direct comparison on how we take our steak. This is the way to taste the tenderness and juicyness of the pork.

Nagano Pork Chop originated from Japan but breed in Canada. The texture of the meat are superior marbling, pinker meat, and the taste comparable to aged wagyu beef.

Mangalica Pork has the highest percentage of fats among the pork, resulting the meat that just melts in your mouth. It is flavourful, tender and succulent. For the Duroc Pork Collar, the meat is so tender comparable to any of the pork chops. Pork collar has a lower fat content and the combination with chimichurri tomatoes is just amazing. All the meats are well seasoned, the sauces seems to be well suited for decoration only. Amazingly delicious.

For desserts, check out the review here.

Service is impeccable. They know everything about the menu and patiently explain to us about the different taste of the pork chop. We were actually quite surprise that with the quality of the food, no other customer was there. Almost looks like we booked the whole restaurant.

Overall, I did not know that Pork Chop can be so good. After this experience, I will have think twice on what to order next time I choose between Pork Chop and Steak. For a truly wonderful dining experience, Wolf got two thumbs up by Chubby Botak Koala. Cheers!!

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• 09 Jul 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Perfectly grilled pork collar

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Had a lovely set lunch with the perfectly grilled pork collar and beef steak. The apple pie was also freshly made and one of the best I have tasted.... and I have tried most of the apple related desserts around.loved the ambience with pig motifs and chic ceiling design.  
It was just 10 mins walk from the office but we felt like we were dining in an exclusive private area.
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