Thursday, January 23, 2014

Foodie Friday: Spuds & Aprons@The Jewel Box

Foodies rejoice! A new family-friendly modern restaurant has opened atop Mt. Faber. Many used to associate Mt. Faber dining with parking woes and stiff, pricey F&B options. Not anymore! We were pleased that with the opening of Spuds & Aprons, there is now DAILY FREE VALET for all diners (with minimum S$30 spending) and the restaurant has been 're-invented' to offer "wickedly" good food in a cosy, relaxed, fun ambiance.

 The best thing about dining at Spuds & Aprons has got to be its unblocked view of Sentosa and the alluring landscapes of the Harbour beyond. Come evenings of Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, there is a live band to serenade you as you chill, unwind and enjoy the company of your friends and loved ones in this breezy dining gem.

 You get to witness spectacular sunsets here...
 Entrance of Spuds & Aprons










Cosy lounge seats with a view...

There are fishes for kids to feed and lots of space for them to run.

 Koi fishes aplenty
 Kids love it!

They is a little floral arch with a relic of a large bell from an actual ship to ring in that special romantic occasion - be it weddings, engagement or anniversaries!

Romantic settings for holding a small, intimate party here...
Wacky shots on our fun family night out
Alfresco dining at its best...

Spuds & Aprons serve an international and modern Asian cuisines.  For our party of 8 that evening, here is a sampling of yummy food we ordered:

Let's Get Started: Wicked Fries & Gravy (S$8)

Steakhouse Cut Spuds with 6 Types of Cheese and Brown Gravy

Feed the Kids: Spaghetti & Meat Ball (S$7) and Roast Chicken & Pineapple Pizza (S$7)

Springy Spaghetti with the 'oh-so-good' Meat Balls served with Melted Cheese Sauce
Thin Crust Hawaiian Pizza with Roast Chicken instead of Ham

Eat Like a Horse: Crispy Pork Belly (S$26)

Pork Belly soaked in a hot tub and slow-cooked until fork tender.
Perfectly crispy Pork Belly, served with a tangy Homemade Pineapple Pickle

Grilled Char Siew Lamb Rack (S$38) and Tobiko Crusted Cod Fillet (S$28)

Slow-cooked Murray Bridge Lamb sloshed with Red Wine and served with Garlic Confit

Oven-roasted Atlantic Cod Fillet topped with Tobiko, served with Green Tea Soba and aged Ponzu Sauce

Hit your Sweet Spot with Desserts!

My sweet-toothed Princess: give her desserts anytime!
Jars of Happiness: Shortbread Biscuits with Almond Flakes, Mixed Berries and Ben & Jerry's Ice-Cream!
Varlhona Choc Fatal Attraction and Chempedak Bread & Butter Pudding - Sedap!

Besides these fusion dishes, Spuds & Aprons also serve local lunch favourites like Singapore Curry Chicken, Laksa, Sambal Fried Rice and XO Fish Noodles Soup. With such a wide delectable offering of comfort food and absolutely relaxing ambiance, Spuds & Aprons is the perfect place for gatherings, parties and reunions. It is also an ideal place to 'fuel up' if you are headed to Sentosa, with special discounts of 15% off the total bill for all cable car tickets holders.

 Dine with a view...I can imagine many proposals taking place here...

If you are looking for happy food and want to enjoy the serenity of dining in a sea of greenery, Spuds & Aprons the place to be. After all, their slogan is "come hungry and leave 'belly' happy".  We enjoyed the food, the company and the ambiance very much and will certainly be back.  We were told that on special occasions like Christmas and New Year's, you can feast on their festive menus while drinking in a display of colourful twinkling fireworks right before your eyes!  Perhaps an idea for Valentine's Day?

Spuds & Aprons 
109 Mount Faber Road
The Jewel Box, Level 2
Singapore 099203
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Operating Hours:
11am to 11pm (Sun to Wed)
11am to 12.30am (Thurs)
11am to 2am (Fri, Sat, and Eve of PH)

Reservations Hotline: +65 63779688

Seating Capacity: Indoor Air-conditioned Dining Room (50); Outdoor Alfresco Garden (160)


Disclaimer: We were invited for a food tasting by the kind folks at Spuds & Aprons. All opinions and photos are, as usual, ours.

3 comments:

fernoftheforest79 said...

I used to live in the area and we always had trouble looking for a nice place that opens late for dinner. Too bad no longer in Singapore to try. :( The view and food looks gorgeous.

mummybean said...

I are at the previous incarnation of this restaurant (can't remember what it was called) and I agree, the view is pretty spectacular! The food at Spuds looks good!

rachelsee said...

I can't wait to be back to try out this place ! the view is great and the food looks yumz !