Jack’s Place, a popular 49-year-old Singaporean restaurant chain with 17 outlets, has revamped its menu, decor and food presentation.
Jack’s Place, a popular 49-year-old Singaporean restaurant chain with 17 outlets, has revamped its menu, decor and food presentation. Classic favourites such as Jack’s grass-fed beef cuts and Uncle Jack’s fish and chips are now parked alongside modern additions like curly truffl e fries and spicy buff alo wings. The homegrown chain has also introduced Cola Café, which serves quick/light bites, desserts (such as cakes and Udders ice cream) and drinks (including coff ee, of course, plus craft beers).
Brussels Sprouts has an ongoing (till December this year) $50 promotion for two pots (one main-sized and one starter-sized) of their mussels. The delicious choices include an SG50-inspired special with a diff erent Asian-inspired sauce every month. Naturally, Belgian beer is the joint’s recommended tipple with which to wash down a hearty meal. The restaurant’s three outlets are at Robertson Quay, Big Splash and Sentosa Cove.
LOVE ME TENDON
Ramen Keisuke has opened its latest outlet, Tendon Ginza Itsuki, at 101 Tanjong Pagar Road. The 24-seater shop dishes out authentic and reasonably priced Japanese tendon (tempura rice) served in Arita porcelain bowls. The new eatery is one of the ramen chain’s four “engine cylinders” in the area, with the other three being Keisuke Tori King, Keisuke Gyoza King and Takeda Shouten Sake Bar. Together, they form a Tokyo soul-food “alley” in the historic heart of Singapore’s Central Business District.