Address: 200 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508529 6475 0200 What they are famous for: Truffle fries Atmosphere: 8/10 Price: 7/10 Food: 8...

Food Review: The Coastal Settlement

10:04 PM Cassan 4 Comments

200 Netheravon Rd, Singapore 508529
6475 0200

What they are famous for:
Truffle fries

Atmosphere: 8/10
Price: 7/10
Food: 8/10
Service: 8/10

We had: 

Truffle Fries - $15
(Straight cut fries, white truffle oil, truffle mayo)

3 words: Heaven on earth. When it first came, H and I couldn't resist but to grab a bite because we were too amazed by the smell. This, my friends, is one of the best truffle fries I've tasted. I feel like I've had really good ones already but time after time, I keep finding places that offer truffle fries better than the previous ones I had. DEFINITELY A MUST-ORDER. 

Pizza with 2 different toppings - $25
(Wagyu beef + Turkey and cranberry pizza)

The wagyu beef was tender, and as you can clearly see, the toppings were overflowing. It went really well with the mushrooms because the whole taste was focused on the beef itself. The turkey and cranberry topping, on the other hand, wasn't as great. It got a little gelat after a while and I guess they could have been more generous with the cranberry sauce. 

The Settlement's Big Breakfast - $24
(Choice of 2 eggs, turkey steak, sauteed wild mushrooms, maple glazed streaky bacon, roasted pumpkin salad, artisan bread)

This is the first breakfast platter I've tried that I was sold to every single item on this dish. The eggs were runny and fluffy, bacon was a little crispy with a hinge of sweetness, turkey steak was amazing. And nope it did not taste like the luncheon meat you find outside even though they look similar. The sauteed mushrooms were my favorite. It was sauteed with cream sauce, just that this cream did not induce any gelat effects. Would definitely pay $24 for this over and over again. 

Got seated almost immediately even though it was really packed on the day we went. Food was served promptly and the service staff was friendly and attentive.

This restaurant had this vintage setting which I really adored. There were vintage cars outside the restaurant and they were selling old watches and other accessories inside. Check out the lighting from the pictures above! It reminded me of restaurants like Barracks @ House and PS Cafe just that the food here won hands down. Period.

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  1. Anonymous1:56 AM

    Bloody fking hell I went there and ordered some Crab Pesto Spaghetti and expected standard pasta color but it was entirely green and it was served with so much damn vegetables I thought it was food for pigs. Expensive as hell too. After eating it I went home and got a stomachache shortly after. If I could give a public review it would be a 1.5 out of 5.

    1. Haha pesto pastas are meant to be green! But oh man, I hope you're feeling better now! :/

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