Rascals Gone Dining
The folks behind Mexican street food stall Tomatillos have set up Rascals Gone Dining. This is less street, more chic, without the stuffy.
The buzz: The folks behind Mexican street food stall Tomatillos have set up Rascals Gone Dining. This is less street, more chic, without the stuffy.
The vibe: While they’re still in the midst of dressing the place up with more artwork (possibly by a local artist), the bright red and yellow walls and loud Mexican music afford the eatery a convivial feel that’s most appealing.
The food: While the cuisine is unquestionably Mexican and South American, it’s refreshing to spy things other than the usual suspects. We spotted foie gras empanadas with chipotle aioli ($9.90) and seafood ceviche spiked with citrus juice and tequila ($9.90), as well as tamarind-glazed pork chops with apple pico de gallo ($18.70), Mexican ribeye shish kebabs served with chili salsa and pico de gallo ($18.90) and king prawns tossed in garlic and fl ambéed with tequila, served on a bed of angel hair pasta ($18.90).
Why you’ll be back: For a slightly different offering than run-of-the-mill Mexican fare, in a laidback yet vibrant setting.
|Address:||Rascals Gone Dining, #01-04 5 Purvis St., Singapore, Singapore|
|Opening hours:||daily 11am-2pm, 5:30-10:30pm|
|Nearest train||City Hall|
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