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Telephone
6476 2922
Introduction
Strategically located in the heart of the hip Dempsey area, The Green Door set to become a synergistic space where diners can enjoy a garden atmosphere. The Green Door serves up Mexican Catfish Chopped Salad, Greenland Shrimp & Corn Fritters, Pork Rillettes on Toast and Buttermilk Fried Chicken which is ideal for sharing and guaranteed to satisfy. continue reading
Good For
Pets Friendly
Additional Information
Reservation Policy: The Green Door only accept reservations for groups of 10pax and above.
Opening Hours
Today
17:00 - 01:00
Mon - Thu
17:00 - 00:00
Fri - Sat
17:00 - 01:00
Sun
13:00 - 00:00
Public Holiday
17:00 - 01:00
Public Holiday Eve
17:00 - 01:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Chill-out
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
http://www.theprivegroup.com.sg/thegreendoor
Signature Dishes
Buttermilk Fried Chicken Mexican Catfish Chopped Salad Pork Rillettes on Toast
Review (4)
Level4 2013-09-27
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After the heavy dinner at Road House, we decide to walk over to The Green Door that is directly opposite to Roadhouse for a drink.. The Green Door is a very romantic chiil out place with many recycled items used for decorating.. Whisky sour $17, combination of bourbon and lime, Pauline commented that this drink is nice with nice bitter and sourish taste...Birthday gal decides to have Lychee martini $17, but she finds this drink too sweet and not much alcoholic taste...Virgin margarita w/ lime $14, a non-alcoholic drink that is refreshing and nice.. continue reading
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Level4 2013-09-04
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After the heavy birthday celebration at Roadhouse, we head over to The Green Door for some drinks. The Green Door uses lots of recyclable stuffs for their decor & it's a nice place for chill place. It's also quite nice if you're looking for a place for a romantic night's out.Whiskey Sour. Quite like the bitter-sour tasteBirthday girl's Lychee Martini. Janice commented that it's slightly sweet. continue reading
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The Green Door is a very nice and romantic chill out place. The decor style here is a collision of modern and rustic elements. From recycled water bottles to gramophone horns to bicycle parts, all were put into good use here.My Orange juice $6++. I'm not an alcohol drinker so I just ordered a regular juice from the menu.The orange juice is not freshly squeezed but tasted pretty nice...portion is sufficient too.Some of my friends' orders..My friend said her Lychee martini $17++ was a tad too sweet for her liking.Whisky sour $17++. A combi of bitter and sourish taste from bourbon and lime. My friend is pretty satisfied with her cocktail.Virgin margarita w/ lime $14++. Refreshingly bitter and sourish with a subtle sweetness. Nice too!Do check out the nicely decorated restroom while you are there..For more photos - http://midas400.blogspot.sg/2013/08/the-green-door-before-after-bar.html continue reading
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Went there for the launching party . We enjoyed DIY fruit cocktail. The Green Door is located in the most inside part of Dempsey . They can a lovely outdoor place with a swing. They provided a fruit island in the yard, many DIY tools for selections, so we could mix any fruit we want ;) I ordered one third cup of ya ya papaya wine ,the only one sounds fruity. First round I mixed it with some grape juice, then the cocktail tasted really too sweet and barely can taste the wine. So second round , I mixed it with two slices of fresh watermelon . This is a perfect try !! This mix totally tastes not strong ;) not too sweet but fruity and fresh. Thursday night would be a great day to go there since Friday or weekend it will be very crowded ;) continue reading
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