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Introduction
Infusion @ Dempsey harmonises an impressive range of foods from Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden. Their exclusive menu is put together by the finest chefs and seeks to reacquaint diners with the stark beauty of fundamental flavours assembled in novel ways. Whisky-lovers can also revel in one of the region’s largest malt whisky corner. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
18:30 - 23:00
Mon
Closed
Tue - Sun
18:30 - 23:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Review (2)
Level4 2011-07-04
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Even though im not a steak lover, i actually thought it was awesome! However, it might be abit pricey. $36 for the steak :/ but thank goodness there's 20% off for ocbc card members! You should really come here. Their dessert was superb too! Ordered their chocolate molten cake. The chocolate literally melted in your mouth! Whoo! AWESOME FOOD HERE! You really gotta try it! continue reading
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Level2 2011-03-23
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It is easy to find a parking lot on a weekend afternoon at dempsey. You will need to walk a few steps down to locate the restaurant. The waiter was quick to show us to our table as reservation was made. Infusion offers alfresco dining too for those who loves the sun. For just $20 (rounding up), you can eat from those offered under ala-carte and self-service buffet. Top up $5 (rounding up) to get free flow of juices, coffee or tea, or $25 (rounding up) to get free flow of wine. Juices include apple, orange, and cranberry. However, the waiter told me that they don't have cranberry juice when i ask for it. A bit disappointed with it. Also, when i ordered a ham & egg benedict from the ala-carte menu, i ended up with disappointment again when the waiter told me that they run out of stock for it. There wasn't really a lot of people there. So i figured they didn't run out of stock for it. They just didnt offer it on that day. Also, the menu shows that either laksa or mee siam will be offered. But there was none at the buffet table. However, i think the peaceful environment and the food make up for the negative part. I love the nonya kueh and the egg with cheese and mushroom omelette. They also offered different ways on how you would like your egg to be cook; overeasy, scrambled, sunny side-up. We ate so many eggs that we developed an egg phobia after the brunch. Haha! But i would say it is worth a try since it is cheap; $20 nett. Do note that Weekend brunch is from 11am-2pm. continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)