The Disgruntled Brasserie... When it comes to serving creative and bold modern European cuisines, The Disgruntled Brasserie never fails t...

(NEW) The Disgruntled Brasserie: Returns with Brand New Menu of Epicurean Highlights

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The Disgruntled Brasserie...

When it comes to serving creative and bold modern European cuisines, The Disgruntled Brasserie never fails to impress. From the flavours to the presentation, the dishes are all nicely done up. The Disgruntled Brasserie has raised the bar once again as they recently launches a brand new menu that features exciting epicurean highlight of small and large plates bound to tantalise your taste buds.

Headed by the newly-appointed and very experienced Chef De Cuisine, Desmond Tan, you can expect the dishes to be bolder and flavourful as his culinary philosophy is to serve up bold flavours with ingredients that are accessible, affordable and local, wherever possible.

Located within The Club hotel on Ann Siang Road, The Disgruntled Brasserie is the perfect dining location for all sorts of occasion. Be it from celebrating an important anniversary to just a casual dinner, you can count on The Disgruntled Brasserie!

A compilation of the new dishes (small and large plates) at The Disgruntled Brasserie. One thing common about these dishes is that a lot of effort has been put into the plating and presentation of the dishes. Seeing these beautifully-plated dishes just opens up your appetite! 


Gruyere Cheese Souffle // $16
This soufflé caught me by surprise, in a good way. I thought the cheese was going to be so overpowering that I will feel jelat (sick of it) after taking a few bites. It turns out that I was wrong. The cheese was strong but not too overwhelming. It was aromatic and very addictive. Trust me, you won’t stop eating it once you take the first bite. I also like the subtle chardonnay smell and flavour that hits right at the end. A must-try!


Home-Cured Salmon // $16
I almost couldn’t bear myself to eat this super aesthetically-pleasing dish. It was my first time seeing such a nice presentation of pickled radish. There wasn’t really a specific and strong taste from the pickled radish but it added a crunchy element to the overall dish. The salmon was fresh and soft. The horseradish buttermilk sauce was addictive, and it definitely brought out the flavour of the salmon. A very interesting and unique combination!

Foie Gras & Peanut Butter Foie Gras // $18
Definitely a very unique combination! I have never come across any foie gras dish that uses peanut butter as one of the main ingredients. The foie gras was well-cooked – don’t really have a raw taste. The only thing that I thought could be improved would be the texture of the peanut butter. I find it a little too chunky and dry. It would be good if it was more liquefied.

Truffle Snow Fries // $18
The truffle smell was filling up the entire restaurant when this was served to our table. They were very generous with the portion. So huge that it can be shared among 2-3 people. The fries are thick and huge, and all soaked with strong truffle taste. Together with the runny egg, this is so sinful and addictive. I almost finished it all by myself!


Iberico Pork Collar // $32
The pork was well-marinated, tender and juicy. I thought it went very well with the artichoke puree and poached caramelised cabbage. 


Chilean White Cod // $38
The cod was definitely well-cooked. The skin was crispy while the meat was soft and tender. It was also not fishy at all. The lemon flavour did not overpower the natural sweetness of the fish but it enhance the sweetness of the fish. I love this!

Lemon Curd // $16
This deconstructed lemon curd is what we all need to tackle the hot & humid weather in Singapore. It was not very sour; relatively manageable, and there’s a certain kick that will perk you up. I also like the crushed biscuit which adds a crispy element to the dessert! I’m happy!

Baileys Creme Caramel // $18
It was not sweet. I love how well-blended the baileys and caramel were. Ladies will love this!



Chocolate Fondant // $18
Chocolate-lovers will fall in love this! A pity the chocolate lava did not flow as much as what we have expected. The chocolate crust was a bit hard but the chocolate flavour was definitely strong!

Thank you Food News PR, The Disgruntled Chef & The Club Hotel for having me!




Nearest Mrt Station: Chinatown
Location: The Club Singapore, Ann Siang Road
What To Order: Cod Fish, Truffle Fries, Cheese Souffle & Lemon Curd
Restaurant Rating: 4/5
Food Ratings: 8/10

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


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