It’s a case of best of both worlds, I would say…

St. Louis-style Ribs

Slow-smoked to perfection, as they said, the pork ribs from Tony Roma’s is one of the best I’ve ever tasted. Coated with their special sauce; Carolina Honeys, the sweetness of the sauce was just right for my liking. The meat was not dry, tender and nice as it was easy to separate off from the bone.

Ribeye Steak

Medium-well ribeye steak. And they didn’t go wrong with this either. Chargrilled at the right temperature, the steak was cooked prefectly as it was tender while its flavour still retained inside.

Mashed Potatoes

Coleslaw

Topped with spring onions, cheddar cheese and (pork) bacon, I would not mind eating the mashed potatoes on its own. There is nothing to shout about the coleslaw but it’s alright though…

Lunch

Now imagine this; both of them (pork ribs and ribeye steak) placed side-by-side alongside with the mashed potatoes and coleslaw on the same plate sitting right in front of you waiting to be devoured. Heaven!

Address :
3 Temasek Boulevard #B1-007
Suntec City Mall
Singapore 038983

Telephone No. : +65 6337 9055

Operating Hours:
11.30am – 3.00pm (Monday – Thursday)
6.00pm – 10.00pm (Monday – Thursday)
11.30am – 10.00pm (Friday – Sunday)




One will be spoiled by choices available to them when they are asked to pick a restaurant / cafe to dine in VivoCity, Singapore. Well, I know I will be. However, having said that, I already knew what I wanted to eat when I was there during my recent visit (to Singapore).

Marche Singapore

Heard and read about it, Marche is famous for its open-kitchen concept as well as the freshness ingredients used for their food. The restaurant is rather easy to find as it is located at the top floor of VivoCity shopping mall. Design wise, it exhibits relaxing environment and one can enjoy the outside view (from inside) while dining in the restaurant.

Unlike the one (franchise) in Malaysia, each patron will be given a smartcard. Pretty high-tech, eh…

Guest Card

My friend and I decided to share the things we ordered. And long story short, here’s what we (or more like me only) took…

Garlic Bread

Seafood Pasta

The garlic bread was pretty good as there was decent amount of garlic butter spread on it. As for the seafood pasta, the cream-based sauce was too thick / rich as though it was more like a gravy. We liked it but after a couple of mouthful of it, we felt like we had enough of it. The seafood was fresh though…

Ribeye Steak

French Garlic Pork Sausage

The rib eye was cooked to perfection while the sausage was slight salty but good.

Fried Calamari

The fried calamari / squids were good as well although the batter was falling apart.

Spanish Seafood Paella

The only big letdown was the Spanish Paella. Somehow or someway, they overcooked it till the point of burning the base of the pan. Each and every spoon we took tasted like we were eating carbon. It left a bitter taste in our mouth and we didn’t bother to finish it. On the other note, I was really tempted to order their Pork Knuckles to give it a try but on second thought, it’s a lil too much / big and we were stuffed at this point..

Crepe with Chocolate Ice Cream

For dessert, my friend took crepe with one scoop of chocolate ice cream with fresh strawberries. The crepe was thin and light while the ice cream was rich and packed with chocolate chunks.

Marche

All in all, apart from the burnt Spanish Paella, the food was good. I love the concept of the restaurant as well as the wide variety of food they have. The front staffs were friendly while some of the cooks / chef were not-so-friendly on that night. The price is kinda steep and hence, it is definitely not an everyday meal for an average joe (like me). And last but not least, it is definitely better than the one in Malaysia. ‘Nuff said.

Address:
Marche Singapore
VivoCity #03-14,
Singapore 098585.

Telephone No. : +65 6376 8226