Ready those appetites, foodies! The Stamford Brasserie at Swissotel The Stamford is a new dining spot that’s worth a visit.
Constantly sniffing out hot new tables in Singapore? Here’s one to add to your ever-growing list: The Stamford Brasserie. The new arrival is located at Swissotel The Stamford and is home to not one, but three different dining concepts, all under one roof.
New kid on the block
Featuring a casual bistro, a cool beer bar, and a convenient grab-and-go, The Stamford Brasserie is one stylish spot. The wooden finishings, marbled tabletops and woven bistro chairs give the space an elegant look that evokes a classic French brasserie. Its concrete flooring decorated with mosaic tile accents and overhanging lighting fixtures add that touch of industrial-chic.
Comfort food at its best
The Stamford Brasserie’s bistro showcases an all-day dining menu with hearty creations crafted by Chef de Cuisine Tryson Quek in a chic open kitchen. Our hot tip? Don’t miss the rustic country-style ragout made with a fragrant mushroom medley and served with homemade sourdough bread, and leave room for the gnocchi (made from scratch, mind you!) in a warm cep butter sauce. If you’re craving seafood, there’s the baked fish en papillote, which uses locally sourced sea bass baked in fish jus and Pernod absinthe.
Throw back a pint or two
Wash down all that goodness with a delicious brew while you’re at The Stamford Brasserie. We’re loving the specially curated selection of 22 craft beers from the world over, including countries like Jamaica, Australia, United Kingdom, Japan, and more. There’s a refreshingly mild Japanese White Ale, a light and citrusy Rye & Pint Sunday’s Brew, and Australia’s oh-so-tropical Love Tap Lager. Draught beer lovers will find familiar names like Erdinger, Kirin, Tiger, and Archipelago Singapore Blonde on offer.
Bites on the go
Got a busy day ahead but still want to treat yourself? Head to The Stamford Brasserie’s grab-and-go counter for all sorts of delectable options (and don’t forget that coffee!). You can order a traditional shepherd’s lamb pie, which comes topped with mashed potatoes, homemade croissants with cheddar cheese and a generous serving of turkey ham, or go the clean and lean route with the salt-baked taproot salad with feta cheese, walnuts, and spinach.
The Stamford Brasserie, Level 1 Swissotel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, p. 6431 6156
This article is sponsored by Swissotel The Stamford