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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
SPRMRKT (Singapore Tyler Print Institute) Chope

  • SPRMRKT (Singapore Tyler Print Institute)
    SPRMRKT Daily
  • SPRMRKT (Singapore Tyler Print Institute)
    SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar
  • SPRMRKT (Singapore Tyler Print Institute)
    Sous-vide cooken chicken breast with bacon
  • SPRMRKT (Singapore Tyler Print Institute)
  • SPRMRKT (Singapore Tyler Print Institute)
    SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar

SPRMRKT has expanded beyond its McCallum Street space to provide more fuss-free meals with the opening of a cafe (SPRMRKT daily) and a restaurant (SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar) at the Singapore Tyler Print Institute.

Just like the original outlet, SPRMRKT is a casual cafe with your typical brunch fare like eggs benedict ($14), yoghurt and granola ($12) and sausages with mash ($17), alongside the usual pastas, burgers and craft beers. They're also putting up some artisal goods, from scented candles and books to fresh fruits and vegetables within their retail area of the establishment.

Above it is the new restaurant concept that's a little more swanky with its marble bar counter, soft colors and classic artworks. It also has different operating hours (11:30am-3pm and 6pm-10pm on weekdays; 9am-4pm and 6pm-10pm on Saturdays; and 9am-6pm on Sundays). Expect a variety of dishes with a local spin, such as their Spanish octopus with Asian twisted romesco ($65), brussel sprouts with sambal mayo ($8) and ribs with salted egg and watercress ($28). Their bar also serves a slew of cocktails, such as the classic Negroni ($22) and experimental ones like their Lemon Tart ($21), a sweet concoction of limoncello, spiced vanilla liquer and vodka.

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Phone: 9736-4032
SPRMRKT (Singapore Tyler Print Institute), #01/02-01 The Singapoore Tyler Print Institute, 41 Robertson Quay, Singapore, 238236 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

daily 7am-11pm


Cafe, Fusion

Open Since:

August, 2016
SPRMRKT (Singapore Tyler Print Institute)
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