9732 5607
Sugarhall is a fun dining destination serving up flame-grilled goodness, boozy beats, and deliciously smooth spirits and cocktails. continue reading
Awards and Titles
Asia's 50 Best Bars 2017 - #38
Opening Hours
18:00 - 02:00
Mon - Thu
18:00 - 01:00
Fri - Sat
18:00 - 02:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Mai Tai ala Sugarhall Bumbo Old Fashioned Rum & Raisin Negroni Dark & Stormy Hanging Tender Steak Rib Eye Steak
Review (1)
Level4 2016-02-21
Full review's at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2015/11/invited-tasting-revisit-sugarhall.htmlSugarhall's fare is fantastic, with every dish a slamdunk, and service is upbeat, knowledgeable, and gregarious. So it's quite shocking to find the restaurant far from a full-house on a weekend night.I have a supposition: the fact that the restaurant is 2 (or 4) or shades too dim may cause diners to think of Sugarhall as a watering hole that serves yummy nibbles, instead of a restaurant that serves superb cocktails. I would, audaciously, suggest that the restaurant brighten up (a lot) during dinnertime, and only turn down the lights (and up the music) sometime during last orders. That may lend some credibility to Sugarhall being a restaurant first, and cocktail bar second.We had:1) Short Neck Clams ($18): fat and impossibly sweet clams, swimming in a broth spiked with birds eye chilli for a punchy heat. Delicious to the last drop.2) Broken Pork Sausage ($14): wonderfully textured, complemented by the charred cabbage slicked with bonito butter. It would be awesome if the cabbage could be offered as a side dish.3) Tasting of Beef ($76): extremely well-priced, which I agree. Incredibly juicy, and intense with flavour, every mouthful was heady with smoky singe. We ate these unadorned, without the accompanying chimichurri sauce which was laced with parsley.4) Whole Spring Chicken ($32): best roast chicken we've had in a long while, even if the presentation of the head and feet might seem pretty gross to some. Brined in rosemary, this was luscious and succulent. So delicious, in fact, the cucumber yoghurt dip was rendered redundant.5) Burnt Carrots ($12): beautifully sweet with an orange-ginger glaze and cranberry compote continue reading
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