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Opening Hours
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 18:00
18:15 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 16:00
18:00 - 22:30
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Cuban-inspired Corn On The Cob Deep Sea Threesome
Review (31)
Designed with the solace of a home away from home in mind, existing for the purpose of enabling its patrons to unwind, chill out and just enjoy meals or drinks in utmost comfort. It is a spacious gallery-residence with a rather rustic charm to it, and one of the prettiest (unexpected!) washrooms I have visited, especially amongst restaurantsService was good throughout; the only drawback was that food took a long while to be served.For starters, we had the Pumpkin Hazelnut Fries (SGD$12.00); both our eyes fell on that on the menu unanimously, and hence ordered one of it to share. The straw-cut fries were crumbly on the outside, with a lovely crispy batter of flour and hazelnut; the inside was a little mushy but endearingly sweet with pumpkin's flavour. Paprika and chilli joined the union of salty and sweet combination - the contrast was awesome; we were both glad we'd chosen this.Then my Lemongrass Chicken Salad (SGD$16.00) was brought over. This is officially one of the most interesting salads I ate as well - grilled chicken salad tossed with long ribbons (note, not shredded or cut!) pickled carrots, carrots and cucumber, tossed with zesty lime, chilli and coconut dressing (where is the lemongrass?). The result was a flavourful dish with tender chicken meat, crunchy strips of vegetables that the palate loves and we could not get enough of it.Finally, the Jamaican Jerk Pork Tenderloin (SGD$27.00) prepared with exotic Jamaican spices, and served with roasted garlic potatoes, roasted asparagus and peach-cranberry chutney. The pork was thoughtfully sectioned into smaller pieces, so that the diners need not do the hard work - but anyway the pork was so tender, cutting it would have been a breeze. Yes, so lovely it disintegrates in the mouth upon contact with the teeth, and the smokey hints merged beautifully with the herbs infusion, making this dish another palate pleaser.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to refer here:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/dinner-at-house-dempsey.html continue reading
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Level3 2015-04-26
Amidst the forage of greenery up at demspey hill, one might fail to notice this long colonial building all the way at the back. The curious however might chance upon this restaurant called House. Its interior stretches through the ground floor of the building, a bar and an al fresco setting give this cafe bar a feel unlike the usual eateries in Singapore today.with its revamped brunch menu, read on to find what's new below. had a couple of drinks before the meal, first the alcoholic one followed by a mix juice which cleanses the body. Macadamia-Crusted Pumpkin Salad a healthy yet flavourful dish to me. i like how the roasted nuts gives the mushy pumpkin a crunch texture, complimenting the dish perfectly. The light tangy dressing gave the salad a mustard finish. Turkish Salad half of its ingredients seem alien to me, and it is almost house is giving us a vegetarian treat that afternoon. Tabbouleh, falafel, hummus and tzatziki, any one knows what ingredients are these? HAHA! The Elegant Black Pepper Prawn Linguine this was the favourite dish of the afternoon. Linguine pasta tossed in black pepper sauced, sided with grilled prawns and a serving of carviar. It was a treat to the taste buds and a dish i fondly remember till today. Lean, Green Pasta nowehere near my favourite of the day, but for vegetarians, it may be a happy belly dish for them. Gluten free fusilli tossed with pesto, asparagus, french beans and broccoli. Everything green is on this plate. after the main course comes the cakes and desserts ... From the pomegranate red velvet cake, the bitter chocolate tart to the grilled gluten free almond cake, these desserts were all out in force. The gluten cake was my favourite and yes, more healthy as well.overallreview: full review and pictures @ http://shauneeie.blogspot.sg/2015/04/house-dempsey.html continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-18
Gals (& maybe guys?), do you like cakes & desserts & flowers and a photo bomb venue? If the answer is yes, you should try the Vintage High Tea at House! Be ready, as I bombed you with many many photos! KekeAlthough food were limited to mini pizza, sandwiches, puffs and cakes, they were definitely filling enough. Even my husband had his fill, and we cant stomach any dinner after this. That's the great part of hi-tea ~ settle your lunch and dinner in a meal! All the above for just $25++! There were lots of cakes and tarts to choose from, definitely a heaven for the sweet tooth. It was also very thoughtful that most items came in small portion, which allows diner to try out more varities.The not so good part is that this Vintage high tea is only available on Thursday and Friday, 3pm - 530pm. No problem for those still schooling ( it's okay to skip a lecture or two ma.. =p) but those working, probably can only do "pretend tai tai life" with the "sacrifice" of a half day leave. Visit http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2013/11/house-at-dempsey.html for more photos! ♥ ♥ ♥ continue reading
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Level2 2014-11-10
Totally love the ribs, the fries and every dish that was served. Not to mention we went there for a surprise birthday and it was a total sucess because the service was just top notched! Hanger Steak ($36): Slightly beefy taste that I personally don't like it but the meat is really soft. Birthday girl definitely enjoyed this. You love pork ribs ($29)? I totally love pork ribs and this-is-awesome. Okay I mean it's damn good and for the price you paid for the portion served is fantastic. The meat is really soft and the sauce was just... Too good. Okay I'm definitely missing this as I type. I will go back again for this ribs, really.For full review: http://www.pepperminter.com/2014/09/house-at-dempsey.htmlGreat place for a self reward treat as it's not exactly very cheap continue reading
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Level3 2014-06-01
The menu is presented in an olden-newspaper format and prices for mains here start at $20 upwards, exclusive of 10% service charge and 7% GST. There was quite a variety presented, from 5 varieties of fries; various appetisers, to mains which included pizzas, pastas and meat courses.House is really a decent choice if you are looking for a western meal in the Dempsey area, and its prices are considered average in the Dempsey area. Do give it a try for the multiple flavors and types of fries, if not for the Tiffin Punch and Tau Sar Pao.For more, go to http://herpenandfork.blogspot.sg/2014/05/house-dempsey-review.html continue reading
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