SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Chopsuey Cafe (Martin Rd.)

The second outlet of the popular Anglo-Chinese cafe, serving fusion nosh

The second outlet of Anglo-Chinese restaurant serves up similar food to their Dempsey Hill flagship. Housed in a joint airy space with PS. Petit, Chopsuey serves dishes like prawn toasties; crispy duck pockets made with shredded duck confit, white buns and black bean sauce; their signature smokey sweet and sour pork collar; and five spice lamb ribs with julienned cucumber.

The second outlet of Anglo-Chinese restaurant serves up similar food to their Dempsey Hill flagship. Housed in a joint airy space with PS. Petit, Chopsuey serves dishes like prawn toasties; crispy duck pockets made with shredded duck confit, white buns and black bean sauce; their signature smokey sweet and sour pork collar; and five spice lamb ribs with julienned cucumber.

Food aside, they've got a curated list of Asian-inspired tipples with equally kooky names like Coolie's Cooler (a mix of Pimm's, wen jun with bitters and grenadine); a whisky- and absinthe-based Opium Brew; and Oo-Long Island Iced Tea. 

Venue Details
Address: Chopsuey Cafe (Martin Rd.), 38 Martin Rd., Singapore, 239072 Singapore
Phone: 8188-6177
Website: www.pscafe.com
Area: Robertson Quay
Cuisine: Asian, Fusion
Open since: June, 2014
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 11:30am-midnight; Sat-Sun 10:30am-midnight
Nearest trainSomerset
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