Redpan – is a brainchild of DP Architects x GRUB. They are a champion of local fun dining, serving creative interpretations of modern dishes with a spotlight on local ingredients and familiar flavours. continue reading
Mon - Fri
09:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
11:00 - 22:00
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Recently the Grub which is located in Bishan Park, has opened a new outlet in Marina Square. The restaurant is located in the new wing, just above Emporium Shokuhin and behind from the main shopping stretch. Please take note of its operating hours as its kitchen is not in operation during the late afternoon till 5.30pm. During this period, only drinks and cakes are available. If you plan to dine in here during the peak dining period, please make reservation before coming. Although only 3 -4 tables were occupied when the restaurant opened for the dinner service, the staff could not accept any more walk in customers as most tables were under reservations. Such a pity which I felt.From the booklet of menu, the prices of the dishes seem reasonable priced. However as the menu was undergoing a change, the heavy main courses from the grill were unavailable, as well as, selected items such as Seafood Chowder and Coconut Panna Cotta. The restaurant was not big in space. It was tastefully decorated in shades of grey and red. As most tables were under reservations, we were showed to a table by the entrance, which was a bit annoying as most people who walked past inclined to take a peek at what we were eating. Since most of the tables occupied were by the entrance, it was easy to get the attention of staffs. Although iced water was served, it was not refilled, even when it was empty.Chicken Cheese Arabiki Sausages ($8)Smoky chicken cheese arabiki sausages with sambal mayoBeware of the hot burst of cheese when you bite. The sambal mayonnaise was very good which we wiped it clean.'Lup Cheong' Macaroni & Cheese ($12)Chinese sausage, curry leaves and cheesy bechamel tossed with macaroniThis was best share with friends, because it tasted quite jelat after a few mouthfuls. It was quite oily at the bottom.Prawn & 'Hae Bi Hiam' Pasta ($15)Tagliatelle tossed with Housemade spicy shrimp paste, Sakura ebi and sautéed prawnsThe flavour was great, slightly spicy and tangy with hint of seafood taste but a bit too dry.Overall the food was not bad. The staffs seem pretty unexperienced in the way of serving and clearing the dishes. continue reading