High-ceilinged retro-industrial space at Tanglin Village's Block 7 offers European and American grub
First published on . Updated on 22 Apr 2013.
This high-ceilinged retro-industrial space at Tanglin Village's Block 7 offers European and American grub – four types of mussels and fries ($20-$36), steak frites served with skinny fries ($36-$40) and a 200-gram Angus beef cheeseburger ($24). Former Nautilus Project and PS. Café chef Danny Ong heads up the kitchen at this 130-seater indoor/outdoor space that looks out onto the tropical surrounds of an 1860s colonial barracks area. The drinks list is extensive: the honey & ginger ($15) packs a kick, while the Pineapple-Basil Margarita (Jose Cuervo Reposado, pineapple chunks, fresh basil, sugar, salt, sprite, $16) is a happy mix – excellent starters for the well thought out The Big Hangover brunch (eggs, bacon, sausages and mushrooms on a plate with a Dempsey Bloody Mary and a glass of Berocca, $35).
The perfect balance of cool yet relaxed. The pulled pork burger was amazing and the cocktails we tried were both interesting and very well made. Nice to see they have a late food menu for when just out for a drink in Dempsey. Will definitely return sometime soon.
Posted on Wed 11 Apr 2012 17:15:01
Penny said: “Relaxed, Brilliant Service and Delicious Food!”
Had a great time last Saturday night at Dempsey Brasserie! Service was good, the manager took us through the wine list and recommended a great NZ Sauvignon Bland and the mussels and french onion soup were yummy.
Posted on Wed 07 Mar 2012 18:34:42
Landy said: “A bit of a letdown”
Not terrific. The advertised "feel" of the NY Meatpacking District was less than expected. Seemed more like a Belgian bistro in taste and offerings...e.g. mussels and frites?
I had the Angus Cheeseburger...the cheese was minimal, the beef was acceptable, the fries - excuse me -frites - were not up to par....let's see some steak fries come out next time!