The Club marks its first anniversary with the launch of a new dining concept -The Disgruntled Brasserie. Managed by popular bar and dining chain Harry’s International, The Club is unique in its design, amenities and personalized services. Housed within a charming 19th century colonial building, it offers a selection of tastefully-designed boutique rooms that offers a luxe-for-less stay experience, as well as distinctive restaurants and bars that have garnered a cult following amongst discerning locals and travellers alike since its inception.
The newly launched Disgruntled Brasserie is a casual take on its predecessor, where the food philosophy stays true to the concept of large plates and small plates. This modern European brasserie has a more inviting and relaxed environment where guests can indulge in a rich epicurean journey.
The revamped décor at The Disgruntled Brasserie pays tribute to The Club’s iconic heritage location with a photo wall featuring pictures of local hawkers and street traders. Perfect for hearty breakfast,lunch meetings and dinner celebrations, The Disgruntled Brasserie has an all-day dining menu that includes classic breakfast selections and a High-tea set for two that offers well-curated selections such as Deviled Eggs, Mini Shepherd’s Pie and Mini Smoked Chicken & Granny Smith Croissants.
At the anniversary party, we got to try out some of the small plates such as the Deviled eggs, Beet-cured Salmon, Beef Tartare and more.
Spearheaded by Head Chef Jacq Lim, other exciting dishes to look forward to includes Lobster Thermidor, Roasted Pumpkin Agnolotti and a foreseeable crowd favourite, the Foie Gras Beef Burger. We tried the Baked Miso Cod and the Foie Gras Beef Burger and I found the former a little too salty, tho understanding that miso was used, I still felt that it was a little too saltish to finish.
Head Chef Jacq Lim explains that in the new menu line-up, they are serving food that they take comfort in. Which meant no-frill hearty dishes with big, bold, punchy flavours. Coupled with the new breakfast and High-tea options, customers can look foward to satisfying their cravings at wallet-friendly prices.
|Sticky date pudding & Lemon Tart|
After the hearty dinner, we headed to B28 for a look into the prestige bar which is kind of like our idea of secret hideout. Hidden in the basement of The Club, there are live Jazz performances on Friday & Saturday nights for your enjoyment.
We had the Old Fashioned ($16) - made up of Bourbon, Bitters and Orange Peel for that citrus kick. This is way too strong for me. Haha. I'm feel that I'm more of a cocktail person.
Then we headed up to the only Peruvian Bar in Singapore - Tiger's Milk. It has a really beautiful view of the CBD with very unique decorations. They serve delicious grills and many Peruvian dishes along with their wide range of concoctions.
We got to try the Pisco Sour - A cocktail made with Pisco, Lemon & Egg whites. YES egg whites! It is then shaken to a frothy finish with a dash of angostura bitters. The Pisco has a whopping 40% Alcohol volume, I call it "The Plain Water of Death" . Haha!
In line with its first anniversary, The Club is offering a special package for anyone looking for a getaway. At $288, The Club offers guests the opportunity to celebrate their own anniversary and create long lasting memories together. This package includes one night stay at The Club King Room (Complimentary upgrade to The Club Suite), a congratulatory bottle of Prosecco, and $50 voucher to dine at The Disgruntled Brasserie (with a minimum spend of $100). Guests will also enjoy a welcome drink, complimentary breakfast and romantic touches to the room.
The Anniversary Package is available till September 2017.
Blackout dates and other terms and conditions apply. For more details and reservations, please visit www.theclub.com.sg/offers
28 Ann Siang Road
Tel: 6808 2188
Once again, a Happy 1st Anniversary to The Club!
Thank you for the invite!
With Love, M♥