The Disgruntled Brasserie... The Disgruntled Brasserie (which was previously known as the Disgruntled Chef on Ann Siang), is a new relax...

The Disgruntled Brasserie: New Relaxed & Laidback Dining Concept by The Club Singapore


The Disgruntled Brasserie...

The Disgruntled Brasserie (which was previously known as the Disgruntled Chef on Ann Siang), is a new relaxed and laidback dining concept launched by the Club Singapore. Decorated with plants and pictures that depict the Singapore’s heartlands, the Disgruntled Brasserie gives off a very homely and cosy vibe which makes it an ideal venue for a family gathering or even a business lunch and dinner.

Located within the Club, the Disgruntled Brasserie offers a wide range of high-quality yet affordable European classics bound to make you salivate. Besides their all-time favourites, you can also expect to see new and carefully-curated dishes from them (headed by the new Chef JacQ). Also, they are serving an all-day menu ranging from breakfast to lunch to high-tea and dinner.

In frame, featuring the new dishes from the Disgruntled Brasserie – Baked Miso Cod, Foie Gras Beef Burger, Iced Irish Coffee & Lemon Tart Brûlée.

Foie Gras Beef Burger // $28

The burger wasn’t as intimidating as what I thought it was going to be. The portion was just nice – not too big or small. To be honest, I’m not a big fan of Foie Gras because the ones that I always had were either too jelat or too raw (tasted too exotic for my liking) but the Foie Gras spread on the burger was surprisingly tasty. It was sweet and complements the beef burger really well. The beef, on the other hand, was relatively tender and juicy. It was still tender even when I left it on the table for a while. The fries were lightly-salted but I thought it could be more seasoned. The cherry tomatoes were soft and sweet, and I thought it was clever of them to use it as a side for the beef burger.

Baked Miso Cod // $38

The cod fish was simply amazing! It was so soft that it literally melts in my mouth. The flavour was also on point, especially the miso sauce which is so addictive. The mushy peas were really nice and it was a good alternative to the usual mash. The waffle potato chips were crispy and it adds an extra texture to the cod. One thing that I thought could be improved would perhaps be the portion. If the portion was a little bigger, then it would have been perfect! But still, a must-try at the Disgruntled Brasserie!

Lemon Tart Brulee // $14

The caramelised layer was crispy while the inner layer of the cake was soft and moist. The cake was also rich in flavour (very strong lemon smell and taste). The tart at the bottom was also relatively crunchy. I could gobble this up all by myself in no time! A good way to end your meal as well as to satisfy your sweet tooth!

Homemade Limocello // $10

Not a shot to make you drunk but one that aids in digestion. A way to complete the meal because it is refreshing and smooth! 

Thank you The Club Singapore & The Disgruntled Brasserie for having me! It was a very satisfying meal!

Nearest Mrt Station: Chinatown
Location: The Club Singapore, Ann Siang Road
What To Order: Cod Fish and Lemon Tart Brulee
Restaurant Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 8/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)

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