I had a blog post previously that Tiong Bahru is one of my favourite areas in Singapore. I featured 3 cool spots I discovered in the area in my previous blog. Be on a look out because I will be featuring more quirky cute restaurants and cafes in the area.
One late Saturday afternoon, my hubby and I went to one of the recommended restaurants in the area: OPEN DOOR POLICY.
Open Door Policy can easily missed the restaurant without realising that you have passed it already. It is actually in front of the Forty Hands Cafe.
The place looks very posh. It has a dim atmosphere with very basic modern fixtures.They have a bar and you can see the kitchen through their clear glass. The waiters & waitresses were in uniformed black button-down shirt and slacks ready to serve you.
I got the ODP BURGER.
Here is how it looks half-eaten.
My hubby got the SHORT RIB.
It is a slow-cooked short rib with red curry and green mango. This was also equally yummy. However, like a typical Pinoy, we prefer to eat it with rice and it is a tad bit to small for its price.
We got some beverages to go along with our food. We skipped the wine that day.
If you don’t know what to order and prefer sharing with everyone at the table, Open Door Policy have this unique FEED US Sharing Menu. They will roll out a selection of dishes for $51 per head or you can add desserts for $62. They also offer a ‘5 course tasting menu’ for $68 per person. Isn’t that cool?
Open Door Policy is a perfect place for you and your friends to wine and dine. It has perfect ambiance for girly catching-up brunches, double dates or anniversary dinner.
OPEN DOOR POLICY
19 Yong Siak Street
Thu – Mon: 12:00 – 16:00
Thu – Mon: 18:30 – 23:00
Wed: 18:30 – 23:00
Fri and Sat – Bar open till 12 midnight