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Screening Room is an entertainment venue like no other, promising to fuse everyone’s favourite pastimes of film, food and nightlife in unique and novel ways for truly memorable experiences. continue reading
Opening Hours
18:00 - 00:00
Mon - Sat
18:00 - 00:00
Payment Methods
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Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Rebluchon Scottish Salmon
Review (3)
Level4 2014-08-24
Having passed by The Screening Room so many times, and yet I still didn't know how interesting it could be. There's a restaurant, a pub, a movie theater all in one, featuring movies by Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and other classics such as "Casablanca". French movies are also available, so one just needs to get a drink and immerse themselves in the shows.That night, we didn't get to watch any flicks because that area was reserved for an event, hence we went up to the roof-top bar, La Terraza. So, no "food meets film" experience for me as yet (except if you count Golden Village's Gold Class theaters).The rooftop bar area was not big, and it was filled with merry drinkers chilling out on this cool evening - drinks, music and the tantalizing smells of hot food filled the air.Tiny colored lights are strewn around the place, giving it a festive sheen of light, yet dimmed to a romantic and mysterious ambience.We had beers by the breeze. Well, I seldom take beer, really, but since I was having sore throat and beer is known to be "cooling", I took it. This is a lovely place, and I wouldn't mind heading back to try its palatable-looking food as well as catch some old movies.For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to check out:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/08/drinks-at-screening-room-la-terraza.html continue reading
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Level2 2011-06-26
Previously known as the two-starred Damenlou Hotel (大門樓旅店) until 2007, the 5-storeyed historical building on Ann Siang Hill was taken over the following year and transformed into a film and foodie haven called The Screening Room, with dining, wine, and theatrical experiences all under one roof.I have been recommending this place to friends without having been there. At last, I got my chance early this month.Our delightful appetizers raised the bar for the dishes to come.Can't decide what to order? Their platters are good to start with.Feeling adventurous, we chose the less common Greek Platter ($18) that comprised selected bites with alien-sounding names.Tastebud was particular impressed with the kakavia greek fisherman stew that came in a cup. Intense in flavours and complex in taste, it warmed the heart in a unique way that left me lost for words for the next couple of minutes.Next, juicy Grilled Potobello Mushroom ($10), drizzled with sea salt and olive oil.Danish hake fish ($28) enveloped in a potato crust fried to crispy brown, garnished with trout roe and citrus fruit salsa.It was decided which dessert we wanted, to end this grand dinner.Mahalabia ($14) it was called, the yogurt crème was livened up by the pomegranate and peppermint bits. Refreshing bites of crushed peppermint provided a lovely balance to the tangy yogurt.I don't usually eat yogurt, but here I devoured it.No one leaves The Screening Room without visiting its star attraction for the night - La Terraza. It was Time Out’s best alfresco bar for 2008.Take comfort from the casual yet stylish settings of rooftop bar as you take a sip of icy cool beer and soak in the spectacular view of CDB skyline. continue reading
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Level4 2010-07-11
You would probably heard of Corriander Leaf Cooking School but Screening Room Bistro might be the first time you heard of it’s name. It is a posh bistro as well as movie threatre on the second floor. The restaurant is a Mediterrean sequel to owner local Celebrity Chef, Samia Ahad’s blockbuster Persian-Asian Original, Corriander Leaf in Clarke Quay. It is just opposite Kki sweets and beside ”The Patissier”, perhaps you might want to have lunch here before grabbing some desserts.‘Screeing Room has 5 floors:1. The Roof top: The TerraceFantastic position to overlook Chinatown, with alfresco area for gatherings and probably have some wines.2. The Film Theatre:Film and private bars showing films from all over the world. Private screeings can be organized by making bookings.3. The StudioIt’s highly customizable facilities and mini-studio allows you to hold a conference, private cocktails and dinners and even fashion shows!4. The RestaurantModern Asian menu is served by Culinary Director of Corriander Leaf Group, Samia Ahad.5. Malt Vault (bar)Showcases some of the world’s sought-after single malts and place for Whiskey lovers. Expect Fusion food to be served here and the menu is 70% similar to the Corriander Leaf Bistro. Screening Room offers a 3 course set lunch priced at $28.50++ and menu changes weekly. Ala-carte available as well because on the pricey side. They offer ”bar-bites” where they serve some of the appetizers in small portion which allows you to sample various dishes. Chilled prawn with quail egg, cucumber & herb mayoThe amuse bouche was a chilled prawn topped with a quail egg with some fish caviar. The prawn was really fresh and sweet. I like the herb mayo which goes well with the small slice of cucumber and prawn. Mesclun salad ($8++) A simple mesclun salad to start off. The radish (in pink) taste like wasabi which has a slight bitter taste. Crabcakes in homemade tomato chutney – bar-bites portion ($12++) They offers quite a variety of bar-bites items which I faced some difficulties in choosing what to order. I narrowed down the choices from the hummus to the lamb-kebabs. The staff recommended the Crab-cakes to be one of the popular bar-bites item.They offer 3 pieces of crabcakes for bar-bites portion and 5 pieces for ala-carte. The crabcakes coquettes were very crispy and filled with generous crabmeat, onions, capsicums, corriander leaves and some other stuff which I am unsure and of course , a dash of Indian spice.The Tomato chutney that is served along with the crabcakes has a strong aroma of Indian spices and it was a little spicy . The chef added some black mustard seeds, indian spices together along with tomatoes. Those who are not used to spicy and indian food should are advised to drink more water! Roasted cod with tomato & red pepper fondue & flamed roasted provence vegatable skewer ($33++) Surprisingly, the roasted cod is the only fish item being offered as the Mains. The roasted cod is served in a tomato-based fondue, alongside with a vegetable skewer.The cod is roasted and has a crispy skin and silken and fish meat. The cod is topped with red capsicum relish that has the soft texture of Jelly. Every bite melts in my mouth and it is that delicious.The tomato fondue has a tangy taste and the taste reminds me of tomato-based food in Indian cuisine due to the addition of onions and herbs.The vegetables - Zucchini, squash, eggplants and tomatoes are lightly sprinkled with some sea-salt and roasted. Just look at the burnt edges, I probably had to skip that. The roasted vegetables were slightly burnt, resulting in a bitter taste. Overall verdict: The restaurant is very quiet and ideal for a quiet and relaxed lunch. The food served here focuses more on fusion thus some of us might not be able to get used to the taste eg. Pakistan and Indian food. Screening Room is popular for it’s movie screening and now it is another excuse for me to go back again for food! continue reading
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