Plentyfull, like it’s name resonances well with their concept. Span over a big area of space, it contains both the grocer and dining area. They serve wholesome food made fresh from seasonal produce. Evolving from healthy grain bowls and hearty brunch food in the day to modern brasserie asian western fusion dishes as night fall. An ideal place for a big group gathering due to its spaciousness.
Interesting selection of fruit beer available for their happy hour promotion. Not too gassy and with a fruity note like a cider less the sweetness.
Pan Fried Farmed Barramundi ($26) – Liked how fresh, green and crisp the vegetables were. Skin of fish was pan fried to crispy with flesh firm and light flavored.
Beetroot Risotto ($24) – An interesting dish which turned out really well! Unlike the usual heavily flavored risotto, this was rather light with sweetness from beetroot and crunchiness from the beetroot chip with the balance of savoriness from the pecorine cheese.
Grilled Natural Grass Fed Striploin ($36) – Thinly sliced and done to perfection with the right doneness and tenderness.
Generally the dishes are on the lighter flavors side of scale which was pretty good. Not only was it wholesome, it was healthier too! A good alternative for healthier dining! As the place is a little more roomy, it may take a while to catch the attention of their staff, but not that long.
9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-79/80 Singapore 039596