9755 5015
Quietly tucked away in the charming dining enclave of Rochester Park you will find the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life in the city. Our restaurant serves a delectable array of contemporary international cuisine made with fresh ingredients, love and a whole lot of tastiness. For tipplers, the bar is stocked with a great selection wine selection, premium spirits and some delicious home made cocktails. continue reading
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18:00 - 22:30
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18:00 - 22:30
18:00 - 23:00
10:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 23:00
10:30 - 14:30
18:00 - 22:30
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Level4 2017-12-24
The restaurant was located at one of the black and white colonial bungalow, some walking distance from the MRT station. For lunch, only Noshery was opened with a limited lunch menu, which consisted mostly of sandwiches, rice bowls and desserts. Although it was a hot day, the place was quite cooling and relaxing with all the greenery around. Iced water was served after order was placed.Smoked Brisket Sandwich (S$15++)Polka Bread, House Smoked Brisket, Chipotle Aioli, Onion Jam, and GherkinAlmost didn't order the sandwich as I thought that the bread would be rather hard. Turned it was alright with crusty powdery crust and chewy soft inside. The sandwich filling was tangy with hints of spicy.Lavender Honey Roll (S$7++)Lime Fromage Blanc, Roasted Pineapple, Yogurt Sorbet It looked like a slice of swiss roll, served with a scoop of ice cream with some crumbles. The roasted pineapple tasted strongly of alcohol, which peaked up the plain icy roll. The sorbet tasted more ice cream with its milky texture.Homemade Ginger Beer (S$4++)The drink was served with a wedge of lime, and tasted refreshing.Do take note the restaurant will be closing at the end of this year. continue reading
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Level3 2014-03-03
This is my first time to the restaurant. After walking up a small slope from a little lane at the back of Star Vista, I found this restarant on top of a hill, full of greenery. There is a swing inside the restaurant which is not in my photos, which is quite interesting. The mushroom soup is blended with various fresh mushroom and is very rich, I can taste the grinned mushrooms in the soup. The restaurant also added truffle on top of the toasted bread and it is really yummy The cod fish is fresh and pan fried to perfection, not over cook and the skin of the fish is pan fried till very crispy which is what i like. The chef also compliment the fish with watercress sauce which is quite refreshing. There are also mesh potatoes underneath the fish which is what I love, I love to eat fish with mash potatoes, and the mash is not instant, it is truly mashed potatoes. Cheese cake is rich and goes very well with the berries sauce and the presentation is very pretty Dates pudding with cream sauce is yummy too Will definitely come back to try other items. continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-28
Tomato soupMushroom SoupEarl Grey TeaDuck Confit Crepehearty breakfastCarbcake benedictsticky date cakeCheesecakeWent to Nosh for brunch with family. Since we had a gift card, we had a 3 course meal for 2 which include a soup, main course and dessert. I really liked the amibience there as the place gives a very relax garden feel. Both soup were rich and creamy. The duck confit crepe was super delicious, the sauce went very well with the whole crepe. I was a little disappointed in the crabcake benedict as it is one of their signature dish. There was a clash of flavours nonethless but I just didn't really like it. The desserts were also very nice the sticky date cake was appropriately sweet and the cheesecake was quite special too. I recommend people who love to brunch to try out Nosh! continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-18
Had brunch at nosh during one of the weekend with my boy friend and both of us love the ambience of the place! the place gives a very relaxing feeling. a place that is very suitable for couples to have brunch together.I had smoked salmon benedict egg which cost SGD $18. The portion is normal, taste wise is pretty average too. was expecting the salmon to be more tasty. But it isn't awful too.My boyfriend had seafood aglio olio which cost SGD $22. I have try a few bites of it and it taste good. the prawns are huge and fresh. however, i will find that is a bit pricey. Overall, i will return again in future mainly for the ambience continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-04
for photos and more reviews, visit http://thelittlemomentsofmylife.blogspot.com/Nestled in what almost resembles a giant treehouse in Rochester Park is Nosh. there are actually many food places popping up there! and with the circle line, that area is now so much more accessible started off the meal with this lovely starter which they called fried italian flatbread i’m not wrong. it was sooooooo delicious! if you’ve ever eaten those pizza biscuits that they sell in grocery stores, this is the bread-version of it! deliciously seasoned with various herbs, it had a crispy exterior, and a dense chewy interior that was absolutely lovely.we ordered some appetizers to share – the seared scallops ($18) was a beautifully harmonized dish. the soft tender scallops melted in my mouth, and they were contrasted with the woody, slightly sweet flavour of crunchy candied walnuts. and this had to be the most yummy spinach i’ve ever eaten!!!! super melt-in-your-mouth soft, and so flavourful.the mango avocado creviche ($18) was very interesting to eat! following the instructions of the waitress, we each took a piece of the tortilla chips (crunchy and nicely seasoned!) and plopped a serving of the black cod, heirloom tomatoes, fresh chili, avocado and mango onto it, and into our mouths it went. nice combination of flavours and i really loved my drink!!!! this has to be one of the nicest drinks i’ve ever ordered. usually i’d get a little sick of the alcohol taste after awhile, but my Stay cocktail ($15) made of kaffir lime, yuzu and vodka had the most refreshing taste that i loved it so much and i could have more more more the sweet-sour flavour of the yuzu was just awesome i ordered the braised veal cheek ($25) which came with saffron risotto and was flavoured with various herbs like garlic, cinnamon and clove. this was SO tender that the meat just fell away easily when prodded with a fork, and simply melted in my mouth. a dish rich in flavour, the risotto was creamy and smooth, and added even more body to the meat.i loved how the kurobuta pork belly ($25) was fried so beautifully, without any hint of any oiliness. it came topped with apple chutney, and very interesting sides – sweet potato mash and sweet potato chips. the chips were thinly sliced, and held a touch of sweetness, distinguishing it from your ordinary potato chips. the sweet potato mash was equally wonderful, very light and easy to eat.the sambal snapper ($25) was one punchy dish! it was really quite spicy haha. i have to say that i was pretty surprised a western restaurant could do this asian dish so well. the tamarind rice that came with it was nicely flavoured with a variety of spices and tasted delicious!the braised lamb shank ($29) was not really my cup of tea, since i dont like lamb. but the gamey taste was relatively minimal! and the meat was super tender too. continue reading
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