BoringGoWhere is a Singapore travel and food blog co-written by Ms.W, individual who bought her journey in finding solutions on where to go and what to do on boring weekends in Singapore as well as her trips to other countries.

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Wild Oats @ Punggol Park

Willin Low. He is the chef who put a rocket under Singapore's gastronomic scene with daringly original and innovative takes on local cuisine.

His fame has spread far and wide - he has even been praised in The New York Times.
He wows diners with Singaporeinspired pasta dishes cooked with well-loved local items such as tau yu bak, a traditional Hokkien dish of braised soya-sauce pork belly and scallops with haebi hiam (dried prawn sambal).
He even serves his roast Chilean seabass with chye poh (preserved radish) garlic confit on a bed of chicken congee.

The 39-year-old chef-owner of Wild Rocket at the Hangout Hotel in Mount Emily is all the more remarkable because he is not a trained chef - he used to be a lawyer.

He is into the wilds of Punggol Park where he opens Wild Oats, a 350-seat cafe-restaurant. The $500,000 eatery is his single biggest investment to date and the site will be bigger than any of his five eateries put together.

By RLTan

A great place for hangout on relaxing calm sunday afternoon. with Family, friends or with your other half. A glass of beer and a portion of chicken wings with nature. A great place indeed... It gives you a calm feeling.

Great choice of jazz song too......

Opening Hours
Sun–Thu: 5pm – 12am 
Fri–Sat: 5pm – 1am
Ms. W

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