Restaurant and cafe outings aren’t the only places to enjoy some good meals. If you are looking for a different kind of dining experience, private home dinings or supper clubs is the way to go. Here are the recommended Top 10 Supper Clubs in Singapore that you might want to check out.
1) The Modern Bibik
The Modern Bibik is the brainchild of Angeline Neo, formerly a well-known fashion and beauty editor for Her World and L’Officiel Singapore. She specialises in serving traditional Peranakan dishes with a unique twist of her own. Some of her signature foods include “Bibik Bouillabaisse” (a fusion Nyonya-French fish stew with coconut- and vodka-infused prawn broth), “Smoked Duck Kueh Pie Tee” and “Babi Assam”. The latter is actually an appetiser consisting of slow-cooked pork with chopped pineapples and coconut sugar. You have a choice to pick either the $70 six-course or $128 ten-course menus. Each course will be served with a cocktail and tea. Best of all, you can dine in her Bukit Panjang apartment’s open balcony that offers panoramic views of the skyline and the city. For more info, simply email to firstname.lastname@example.org or send a PM on her Facebook page below.
2) O.MY! Kitchen
From Asian to European and fusion cuisines, savour a mouthwatering array of home-cooked dishes meticulously prepared by Soo Leng herself. A self-taught cook who gained her decades-long experience from working in the F&B scene, there are three different menus available for as low as $25 per pax. This includes 3-course, 4-course and 5-course meal where you can have them customised, depending on your ocassion (e.g. small gatherings, dinner or supper). Her range of menu is interesting enough, with the likes of “Chilled Prawn & Avocado Egg Custard” and “Pulled Pork Rendang Penne”. But if you are more of a traditionalist, expect familiar dishes like “Hainanese Chicken Rice” and “Singapore Laksa”. You can choose to book a reservation right here or give her a call at +65 9845 9950.
3) Lucky House Cantonese Private Kitchen
Fancy for some good old-fashioned Cantonese dishes? Then, you definitely need to give Lucky House Cantonese Private Kitchen a try. Cooked and prepared by Chef Sam Wong himself, expect classic dishes like charcoal-boiled soup, charcoal-roasted Peking duck and stir-fry organic vegetables. There are two rooms (Vintage Room and Art Room) available for dining, which can accommodate 10 and 18 guests respectively. Keep in mind that you need to be extra patient about thinking of dining at the Lucky House. This is especially true since reservations usually need to be made at least three months in advance! You can check with Chef Sam Wong for availability by calling +65 9823 7268.
4) The Ampang Kitchen
The Ampang Kitchen specialises in serving authentic Penang-style Peranakan dishes, with delectable menus like “Sayor Lodeh”, “Sambal Prawns with Petai” and “Prawn & Pork Ribs Noodle Soup”. All dishes are prepared by 72-year-old grandfather Raymond Leong and his adult son David. Prices start at $60 for lunch, which consists of a 6-course meal and $100 for a 9-course dinner meal. To book a reservation, give them a call at +65 9618 7107.
5) One Kind House
One Kind House offers the best of both worlds, where you can book a meal or attend a cooking class managed by 75-year-old Mama Soh. Her menu consists of mouthwatering offerings like “Mee Siam”, “Fish Laksa” and “Crispy Roast Pork with Fennel and Pesto”. Other than enjoying her delicious meal at the comfort of her kampung-style home, Mama Soh is also known for her hospitality. She is more than happy to share her knowledge about food as well as the illustrious history of One Kind House stretching way back in 1969. What’s more, you can even take a tour at her private farm where most of the ingredients are freshly picked from there. For reservations, give her a call at +65 9112 3002.
Not quite a supper club but more of a pop-up restaurant, Andsoforth offers diners an experience like no others. Get this: instead of dining at a fixed premise, you will only be informed on the day of the feast itself. And to make things more interesting, strategic clues will be provided along the way until you successfully reach to the right venue. Pretty cool, right? As for the dining, you will get a 4-course meal that comes with a complimentary cocktail. A bar is also available in case you need to chill out further with some drinks. Call +65 9129 7845 for reservations or send your email to email@example.com if you have any general enquiries.
7) Lynnette’s Kitchen
Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) violinist and Cultural Medallion recipient Lynnette Seah has been operating her own private kitchen since 2015. Her expertise mainly lies in Peranakan and Western dishes, with highlights such as her signature “Buah Keluak Fried Rice”, “Homemade Laksa with Steamed Prawns & Laksa Leaves” and “Rosemary Roast Leg Of Lamb”. Lynnette’s dining room in her Tiong Bahru home can accommodate up to 16 guests, with prices starting from $100 per pax that include five dishes and one dessert. Do take note that references are required for reservations.
Established in 2015, NOSHtrekker is a community-based dining spot that offers different kinds of thematic dining experiences in various home locations. For instance, “Treasures By Twilight” is a combination of traditional Nyonya appetisers and specially-crafted cocktails created by the host Alvin himself. Guests also get to experience live music where you can sing-a-long and enjoy Alvin’s interesting stories on Peranakan history. You can find out more about the rest of NOSHtrekker’s list of dining experiences on their website below. For reservations, you can either fill in the online contact form or get in touch with them by calling +65 9488 3704.
Managed by Chris Choo and Rose Sivam, Relish.Sg offers a unique array of different dishes from around the world. Get local with mouthwatering varieties such as their signature “Butter Crab” and “Double Boiled Duck and Mustard Greens Soup”. Or tantalise your taste buds with their North Indian cuisines like “Lamb Rogan Josh” and “Chicken Korma”. And if you are up for something more exotic, they even provide Moroccan dishes like “Shakshuka” (tomato-infused spicy poached eggs with coriander & parsley), “Chicken Tagine Mchermel” and “Harira” (Moroccan’s comfort food consisting of a herb-infused broth with lentils and tender lamb). You can pick 6 to 8-course meals at $68 per pax and enjoy cosy dining experience while listening to Choo and Sivam’s extensive list of songs playing in the background. For booking, you can call Rose Sivam at +65 9793 1821.
10) Iron Supper Club
Founded in 2017 by local celebrity chef Heman Tan, Iron Supper Club offers a fusion range of healthy meals that combined Japanese and Asian cuisines. Each dish is carefully curated with the right amounts of proteins and carbohydrates. Some of his signature dishes include the “3-in-1 Rice Bowl” — a hearty rice combo of chicken katsu, char siew and barramundi with sous vide egg. Other highlights are “Slow Braised Beef Brisket” and “Yuen Yang of Crackling Pork and Honey Char Siew”. You can follow his Facebook page below to keep an eye on various new menus from time to time. Visit the Iron Supper Club at 9 Jalan Wangi or call/WhatsApp at +65 6245 2827/+65 8722 1200 if you are looking for private bookings.
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.