Had a chance to experience a taste of 1933 at the newly opened Capitol Piazza last week! 1933 is the latest F&B concept launched by...

[Adv] 1933 Singapore

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Had a chance to experience a taste of 1933 at the newly opened Capitol Piazza last week! 1933 is the latest F&B concept launched by the BreadTalk group and serves a wide range of food and beverages with Asian flavors and a hint of Western Influences. 

Diners can look forward to hearty soups served in bread bowls to all-time favourites like Hainanese Kampong Chicken Rice, Grilled Pork Loin, Fish & Chips, or salads and side dishes. 1933 is also known for its milkshakes made with scoops of Ben&Jerry ice cream and  specialty coffees brewed with Torrefacto coffee beans served in espresso style. They also serve a selection of freshly baked bread and tarts! 

Address:
15 Stamford Road, L1-83 Galleria, 
Capitol Piazza
Singapore 178906

Opening Hours:
Daily: 10am to 10pm 
Last Orders: 9.30pm 

Tel:
 63843660

Facebook/Instagram:
https://www.facebook.com/1933.SG

@1933.sg
#1933sg #Capitol1933

Interior, with 2 storeys and an 80 seater
(1st Storey)

Bar Counter

2nd Storey

Menu






We had:

1933 Specialty Coffee - $4.50

From left: Melon Melody ($10), Berry Bliss ($8)

I wasn't a fan of the Melon Melody concoction, but I loved the berry bits in my berry bliss!



Sawadee Greens - $14.90

A Thai-styled seafood salad with distinct Thai flavors! We were fans of this dish and I was heartened by their use of fresh prawns instead of the frozen ones. It's really unique, with minced pork bits and their special Thai dressing. 

1933 Power Carrot - $9.60

For a bread bowl, $9.60 sounds pretty reasonable since that's almost the same price you have to pay at Soup Spoon. Served in a French bread bowl, the soup contains ingredients like carrots, onions, cream, ginger, butter and topped off with some orange zest to give it depth. It was thick, creamy and rather filling I must say!



Nanyang Curry Chicken in Bread Bowl - $14.90

If you're a fan of the Golden Pillow Curry, you might love this! The curry chicken bread bowl at 1933 offers a similar concept, with a richer curry base. They were really generous with the chicken pieces though I would have preferred if they were deboned! They were also carrot and potato chunks in this! 



 Grilled Pork Loin - $28.90

This was a rather interesting concept since it was the first time we saw pork served like this. The pork is dipped in thyme, bay leaves, honey and brine, accompanied by sauteed potatoes in olive oil. It also comes with 3 different dips for you to choose from - Mushroom, Hainanese, Black Pepper. My personal favorite was the Hainanese sauce which had a tinge of spiciness to add a little more kick to the dish. I felt that the pork loin was a little tough though :( 



Hainanese Kampong Chicken Rice - $16.90

Friends who know me well would also know that I'm a sucker for chicken rice. I know it might seem a teeny bit ridiculous to pay $16.90 for this, but hey, you really do pay for what you get. WJ and I had chicken rice recently, and it really paled in comparison to this. The kampong chicken was selected for its tender and less oily meat while the rice was cooked in chicken broth to achieve that fragrant goodness. It's also served with garlic lime chilli, dark soy sauce and freshly pounded ginger!


Gula Melaka Pandan Cake - $8.90

The cake is baked and topped with whipped cream and bits of palm sugar, accompanied with Gula Melaka syrup. You could also taste the Gula Melaka sugar in the cake itself! The chef at 1933 put in more effort and came up with a different whipped cream base for the cake which reminded us fondly of the milkmaid condensed milk which we absolutely loved!

More pictures from the tasting!


A huge thank you to 1933 Singapore and The Influencer Network for the invite!

We definitely enjoyed ourselves!

Oh, and don't forget to hashtag #1933sg and #Capitol1933 when you upload your photos to Instagram! You can stand a chance to win a $33 dining voucher when you do that! 


Toodles! 

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