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Telephone
9006 9012
Introduction
The latest addition on the Irving Place stretch of cafes, The Oven serves homely western dishes, mainly pizza and pasta. Often called the one-man show, don't be too surprised to find the Chef, James Loh cooking, serving and hosting your entire meal from start to finish. When customers walk through the doors of The Oven, they are greeted by his gregarious personality and impeccable customer service. While The Oven is more popularly known for its chicken dishes, the chef takes personal pride in his cured salmon and pizza - where the dough is made entirely from scratch continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 21:00
Mon - Sat
11:00 - 21:00
Sun
Closed
Other Info
Venue Rental
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/theovencafebistro/info
Signature Dishes
Chicken Spaghetti with Pomodoro Sauce
Review (1)
Today's selected lunch venue was The Oven Cafe Bistro located at the newly-turned hipster Tai Seng area.The cafe was small, but appeared more spacious because of the "Spartan design" (to quote my lawyer dining companion), with white walls, tables with strong lines and a minimalistic selection of paintings on the wall. They serve homely Western food here, mainly pizzas and pastas.The friend had the Chicken Spaghetti with Arrabiata Sauce (SGD$11.00), another recommendation. The chicken chop was well-executed, with a slightly crusty exterior flanking chunky, succulent chicken meat. The spicy tomato sauce was flavourful; though the pasta could have been a little less soft.I had the Bratwurst Pizza (SGD$9.00) which came in a crispy thin crust, sausages and cheese, baked to a lovely golden brown. The ingredients were simple, but the pizza tasted good - the balance of cheese and sausages accentuated each other; the pizza was not overly-dry, it retained a little moist at the top where it mattered. The crust was crispy - solid with good bite.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/08/lunch-at-oven-cafe-bistro-tai-seng.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)