Boosting an inviting and peaceful environment, The Disgruntled Brasserie is housed in one of the latest luxury boutique hotels- The Club Hotel. Housed in a charming 19th century shop house, the design of the restaurant is reminiscent of the hotel’s plantation theme — the Ann Siang district was formerly a nutmeg and clove plantation.
The Disgruntled Brasserie intricately embraced with handmade Venetian leather banquette and booth seats; with a wine cellar on one side, and a hand painted, geometric silk wall on the other.
We managed to catch the gorgeous tri-coloured sunset during our dinner!
As the saying goes: “Good food is all the sweeter when shared with good friends”, The Disgruntled Brasserie has recently introduced the communal dining concept which is perfect for intimate get-togethers. Diners can choose from a variety of dishes on the menu and share them with their friends!
Newly appointed Chef de Cuisine Desmond Goh loves to create extraordinary dishes out of ordinary ingredients which are accessible, affordable and local. Thus, the new menu at The Disgruntled Brasserie will continue to honour the concept of small and large plates, to encourage flexibility and communal dining. For someone just like me who likes to sample different types of dishes over a meal, communal dining is the perfect choice!
We sampled a few dishes and here we will introduce our favourites of the night.
Gruyere Cheese Soufflé- $16++
We started off with the Small Plates and one of the table’s favourite of the night is the Gruyere Cheese Soufflé, a twice baked soufflé served with caramelised onions and chardonnay fondue. Not only was it visually appetising in a beautiful hue of golden brown, the inside of the soufflé was so moist that it melts in our mouth with every bite. Such a memorable dish which we truly enjoyed.
Chilean White Cod- $38++
As soon as this dish was brought out, everyone’s eyes widened in excitement to try the dish! The Chilean White Cod was lusciously bathed in Remy Martin VSOP, scampi butter and finally drizzled with Normande Sauce. The cod fish was plump and juicy, and the Remy Martin VSOP adds a flavourful taste to the cod’s sweetness making it a well-executed dish.
Chocolate Fondant- $18++
We were wow’d by The Disgruntled Brasserie’s beautifully plated desserts, especially the Chocolate Lava Cake – pure bliss! A chocolate lava cake is a beautiful way to end off the night. A dollop of pistachio ice cream and crème an glasses served on the side. Definitely take your time to savour in this dessert, each bite an indulgent and unforgettable experience.
The Disgruntled Brasserie has also launched a 5-course weekend brunch menu in April. Priced at a very attractive $48++ per person, diners also have the option of paying an additional $38++ per person to enjoy free-flow prosecco, wines, beers and juices.
Cheers to the weekend! <3
The Disgruntled Brasserie
Address: 28 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069708 (Map)
Opening Hours (Closed on Monday):
Tuesday – Friday | 12.00pm – 3.00pm (Last order at 2.30pm
Tuesday – Sunday | 6pm – 11pm (Last order at 10.30 pm)
Saturday & Sunday: 10am– 3.30pm
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org /+65 6808 2184
This is written in collaboration with The Disgruntled Brasserie.
With lots of love,
An Affair With Food
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