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Ding Dong is a modern South-east Asian-inspired eatery in a three-storey conservation shophouse that comprises a kitchen on the ground floor, 10-seater cocktail bar on the second floor and a dining room on the third. The menu feature exotic Vietnamese cuisine such as scotched quail eggs and wagyu pho. continue reading
Opening Hours
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 00:00
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 00:00
18:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash
Other Info
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Carbon Battered Prawn Tempura Asam Pedas Salted Barramundi Ding Dong Smoked Pork Bao Ding Dong Vietnamese Scotch Egg Ding Dong's Frozen Bibimbap
Review (3)
Level4 2017-02-08
The restaurant was located just across from the MRT station. The place was decorated in a loud and colorful way with lots of prints around. I was surprised that the place offered 3 course lunch set (S$38++) on sat and it was not crowded at all. The food offered here was a cross between East meet West, the fusion kind.Starter : Miso salmon gravadlax, ikura shoyu and yuzu sorbetThe sorbet was quite refreshing and tangy. One could not really taste the miso in the salmon.Main : Wagyu beef striploin, buah keluak sambal, seasonal mushroomI was attracted by the word "buah keluak" on the menu which made me ordered this dish. When the dish was served, I thought it was served with squid ink as the sauce was very smooth and dark in colour. Dishes with buah keluak were usually served in a coarse sauce. The taste of buah keluak was distinct in the sauce. The beef went quite well with the sauce. It was a different case for the mushrooms, which some tasted rather bitter while the big thin cracker like pieces were rather salty.Dessert : Jackfruit sticky rice, rice chip, coconut sorbetThe coconut sorbet was rich and creamy, but melted rather fast. As it was served on a flat rectangle, it was rather difficult to scoop. The sticky rice was a tab too dry. Would prefer it to be served hot and moist.Overall the food was interesting but the taste would need some improvement. continue reading
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I've always felt that there was a lack of trendy restaurants in Singapore serving up good Asian fare as well as great cocktails. That is, anyway, until Ding Dong came along. It's conveniently located along Ann Siang Hill (great for people who want to continue boozing after) and has a bright, colorful, playful interior. The menu boasts a "small plates" and "big plates" section which is perfect for those who like to order a few dishes and share. We started off dinner with Vietnamese scotch egg (a hard boiled egg, wrapped in sausage meat & breadcrumbs then baked! Yum!) which was a hit. The yolk was nice and gooey, while the meat was juicy and slightly crisp on the outside. I was also a fan of the calamari which was perfectly battered. The dark soy pork belly with garlic was another hit, though beware it is incredibly garlicky and probably should be avoided on first dates! Don't waste your stomachs pace on the lamb ribs as they were pretty gamey. As for the drinks, they were tasty & refreshing. Definitely get the Pegu Club if you want something that packs a punch!For full review and more photos, please visit www.treatsandmeats.com/blog/dingdong continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-10
Whenever I visit this restaurant, I will definitely ordered my favourite dish, which is their smoked pork bao. This signature bao is placed in the usual steam bun bamboo round container, which the white bun is soft and moist in texture. The added cucumber certainly has added the crunchiness to it and the crispy shallots is not really that stingy, but is really fragrant and enhance the taste of the juicy pork meat. At $19 per serving, is quite expensive but still worth the price for its good quality. I also like to order their banana fritters ($17) which is crispy and not too oily too. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)