Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Spathe Public House @ Mohamed Sultan Road

When most Singaporeans pass by this eatery along Mohamed Sultan Road, I think they will think of a "public bath house". Of course, Spathe is none of that.

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Spathe actually serves large portion of food which are meant to be shared among diners.

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We like the funky designs in the restaurant.

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First up was this 12-Hours Slow Cooked Pork Belly (S$24) with whole grain mustard, poached egg, Bordelaise sauce and creamy mashed potatoes. The pork was fork tender.

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Yellow Fin Tuna Poke (S$18) - Crispy shallots, avocados, shiso & yuzu vinaigrette

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This was one of the best salad we had for a long time - Sous Vide Spanish Octopus Salad (S$18) with baby spinach, orange, garlic soil, honey, wholegrain mustard vinaigrette. It's a great salad for a hot summer day. Fruity, tangy and full of goodness.

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Charcoal-smoked Tomato Soup (S$11) with Crispy St Maure goat cheese and basil oil. Those who don't like heavy goat cheese should avoid this dish. It was interesting to note that this tomato soup was in fact creamy white in colour.

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Confit Duck Puff with Foie Gras (S$18+S$9) with roasted onions

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Didn't really find the dessert nice - Sticky Toffee Pudding (S$12) with rum and raisins ice-cream

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Spathe Public House
8 Mohamed Sultan Road

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