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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Lime House Chope

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    Curry goat at Lime House, Singapore
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    Lime House restaurant interior, Singapore
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    Lime House lounge interior, Singapore
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    Lime House events space, Singapore
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    Paradise salad at Lime House, Singapore
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    Coffee and Jerk Ribeye at Lime House, Singapore
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    Deconstructed pina colada at Lime House, Singapore
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    Cocktails at Lime House, Singapore

The buzz: Restaurant owner Chris Morris—who hails from Trinidad and Tobago—brought in London-based celeb chef Hasan Defour to consult on the menu at Singapore’s first Caribbean resto. The laid-back joint is on a really happening Chinatown stretch, right by izakaya Mariko’s and cocktail bar The Cufflink Club.

The vibe: The decor of the two-storey establishment is homey and rustic featuring raw unfinished walls, mismatched vintage tables and chairs, plus an antique Peranakan door fixture. The ground floor’s a restaurant, and the second floor’s a comfy lounge. Both spaces are relaxing hangouts, with cool reggae beats (thankfully, not played too loudly) and airy surrounds.

The food: Well-spiced and filling Caribbean classics served up in generous portions. There’s a fiery curry goat with rice and peas ($26) as well as some sweet-savory jerk chicken with textures of sweet potato ($24). Plus, lighter bites such as the Paradise Salad ($12), a refreshing mix of tomato, mango and rum dressing, which you can soup-up with jerk chicken ($3 supplement) or prawns ($5 supplement) for a full meal.   

The drinks: A variety of rum tipples like the Jamaican rum punch ($16), a potent combination featuring rum and 7-Up, and the rum julep ($19), comprising rum and lime. There are also some wines, from Piper Heidseck Brut ($26/glass, $130/bottle) to easy drinking new world house pours such as Indomita Varietal Sauvignon Blanc ($11/glass, $65/bottle).

Why you’ll be back: Besides having a monopoly on the market for Caribbean food in Singapore, the setup of the place is truly inviting.

Book a table at Lime House with Chope

Events Happening at Lime House
Limeyard serves up beers, cocktails and finger food for three hours for a chill after-work session.
Priced at $25 for two-courses and $30 for three-courses—with three choices for each course—this Caribbean set lunch might include Caribbean fish cakes to start, and jerk chicken or curry goat for mains. You can also add side dishes like macaroni pie ($4) and fried plantains ($4) to your meal. 
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Phone: 6222-3130
Lime House, 2 Jiak Chuan Rd., Singapore, 089260 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Outram Park

Opening Hours:

Tue-Sat noon-midnight

Cuisine:

Gastropub

Open Since:

July, 2013
3.77778
 
 
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