A Hidden Gem In Boat Quay Where Fusion Meets Tradition

Introducing a hidden gem Situated at the heart of Boat Quay, Quay House is a 5-months old restaurant that pays homage to the rich culture and heritage of its location – a historical epicentre for regional spice trading back in the 1920s. Serving fusion dishes that bring traditional regional flavours and spices to life over an open fire, experience a familiar and comforting yet altogether unique rendition at this restaurant.


Looking for something different? Quay House has got you covered with their executive set meals starting from just $38! 🍴 πŸ“51 Circular Road, Singapore 049406 #quayhouse #fusionfood #poshvibes #lunchtimecravings #sgfoodie #shiokeats

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If you are visiting during lunch hours, check out the executive set meals for only $38 and $48 for 2 and 3 courses respectively. Alternatively, head up to the 2nd floor of the more-than-a-century-old historic shophouse for an interesting golf and escape room experience.

Don’t forget to order a drink or two from the bar counter that offers classic and regional-inspired cocktails (including spicy options)🍹

JJ flat bread by Quay House

JJ Flatbread ($8)

Served with house butter, we started off our meal with this fluffy naan-like flatbread. The homemade butter comes with a tinge of sweetness that whetted our appetite for the other dishes 🧈

Quay house duck 2 ways

Quay House Duck 2 Ways ($58)

Taking inspiration from French and Asian culinary methods, this signature duck dish features applewood chimney-smoked duck breast and leg confit in Nyonya curry πŸ¦† The former is slow-cooked over an open fire, while the latter is prepared in traditional French method. The rich but mildly-spicy curry is fragrant with coconut flavour and taste πŸ₯₯

Bo Koh Sticky Beef Cheeks by Quay House

Bo Koh Sticky Beef Cheeks ($45)

The wagyu beef is cooked in traditional Vietnamese stew, reduced to a sweet braised finish (reminiscent of char siew sauce). Together with the juicy smoked pineapple chunks, the tender beef cheeks is decorated with shallots, chives, and shrimp floss πŸ„πŸ

Quay House Satay

Quay House Satay ($24)

Probably the longest satay I’ve had to date πŸ’€ This jumbo satay-style pork jowl skewer comes with peanut sauce, which has a unique Indonesian twist to it. Meat is tender πŸ– and best enjoyed with the accompanying pickled onions πŸ§…Β 

Quay House Egg Tart ($16)

Finally, we ended our meal with this cheese cake-shaped Portuguese egg tart. The rich creamy custard fillings made this such a satisfying dessert πŸ₯Ή and not to forget the brown butter solids for the crunchy texture contrasting with the toasted rice ice cream. A must-try when visiting!

Striking a sharp contrast with the iconic heritage building, take a step into a cozy posh restaurant that almost resembles a Victorian-themed bar. Decorated with oil paintings and an interior of luxurious green-painted walls and wooden furnishing, the restaurant makes for a good choice for business meals and catch-ups! Check out their full menu here >> https://www.quayhouse.com.sg/


Quay House
51 Circular Rd, Singapore 049406
Operating hours:
Tuesday to Friday: 11:30am-3pm, 5pm-11pm
Saturday: 5pm-11pm

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