The entirety of Bugis is known for fantastic food, it is no surprise that you can get overwhelmed. They range from many different cuisines to cultures and even regions. But if you’re looking for something unique, you should definitely head down to this local hot spot, The White Label!
Magnificent Restaurant At North Bridge Road
The White Label is known for its brunch dishes, pastries and many more delicious meals. But not many knew the hardship and uphill battle they had to face. As mentioned before, they were in the heart of Singapore’s food community. To be more specific, almost every big name in the food industry has ties to Bugis- Arab Street. Yet they continue to thrive, serving a unique French-style cuisine, with a mix of Asian flavours. They even survive two years of the pandemic, whereas many others have unfortunately not.
This restaurant is elegant. The marble tabletops, the emerald green furniture, the golden silverware and of course the brick counter at the front. Its beauty is simple and pleasing to the eye. The placement of the tables, as well as the colour scheme, makes the interior more open feel. Even the lighting is abstract and gorgeous. This restaurant was made with love, down to the nail on the floorboards.
Classical French Dishes
Let’s start with the starter. The Lobster Bisque with Garlic Bread ($15.00) is a crowd favourite. The soup is also paired with garlic bread. The soup itself is heady and rich. You can taste the lobster flavour in the dish! The soup is unbelievably creamy and sweet from the lobster. Pair with the crusty and garlicky bread, and you have yourself the best dish to whet your appetite!
Their Cherrywood Smoked Contre-Filet ($36.00) is a showstopper! When served, you are given a plate with a giant dome filled with smoke. The server then reveals to you a cloud of smoke, with a smoky-sweet scent of Cherrywood that immediately permeates the air. The steak is juicy and tender- perfectly seasoned. The Pomme Puree is luscious and buttery and the sauces help to balance out the dish.
At last, their pièce de résistance- Squid Ink Spaghetti ($26.00). While this dish has been a trend as of late, The White Label has added its twist to it. Not only do they use Squid Ink pasta, but they also incorporate a traditional Malay seafood dish called “Sotong Masak Hitam”. Combining the strong, seafood-forward Sotong Masak Hitam with the richer flavours of Squid Ink Pasta, you got yourself a match made in heaven. Although, we caution you that this dish can be very spicy.
Hurry Down To The White Label Today!
Do note that The White Label serves brunch from opening till 10pm, so don’t miss out on that. We suggest booking the day before as they tend to get packed quickly. Come on down today!
Address: 734 North Bridge Rd, #01-01, Singapore 198702
- Mon to Fri, 11.30am to 10pm
- Sat & Sun, 10.30am to 10pm
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