SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Thirteen Duxton Hill

This cozy Australian bistro on the corner of Duxton Hill changes their food and drinks menu every day.

A foodie couple from Melbourne who were owners of Australian restaurant Lûmé have set up shop on Duxton Hill, where Shen Tan's Wok & Barrel once resided. Thirteen Duxton Hill, owned by chef John-Paul Fiechtner and sommelier Sally Humble, has adopted an a concept where they'll be serving a different menu of 13 dishes and drinks every day.

Located in a small shop house tucked away in a quiet corner of the otherwise happening Duxton Hill, TDH is a contemporary bistro which is a cafe by day and a bar by night. The all-day dining bar has a homely and cozy atmosphere with a simple outlook.

But it is the food that is to be looked out for, as their daily menu is completely based on what Chef JP Fiechtner buys back from the market every day. They offer two menus consisting of experimental dishes, one which is an ever-changing breakfast/ dinner and the other is a shared style menu consisting of thirteen dishes out of which 10 are savory, one is cheesy and the last two are desserts, all of which are handwritten on a piece of paper. In their breakfast menu, be sure to try out the croissants ($5), something which their former restaurant is famous for. Although their menu keeps changing on a daily basis, if you are lucky enough, then be sure to try out the corn with prawn head and butter ($14), asparagus with pumpkin seeds in miso, bone marrow and flowers ($16), and the black chicken with burdock root and kimchi ($22). Drinks wise they import wine and other spirits from Australia and are priced starting from $10 a glass.

A foodie couple from Melbourne who were owners of Australian restaurant Lûmé have set up shop on Duxton Hill, where Shen Tan's Wok & Barrel once resided. Thirteen Duxton Hill, owned by chef John-Paul Fiechtner and sommelier Sally Humble, has adopted an a concept where they'll be serving a different menu of 13 dishes and drinks every day.

Located in a small shop house tucked away in a quiet corner of the otherwise happening Duxton Hill, TDH is a contemporary bistro which is a cafe by day and a bar by night. The all-day dining bar has a homely and cozy atmosphere with a simple outlook. The menu changes every day and will be prepared according to what chef Fiechtner buys from the market. They offer two menus of experimental dishes: one is an ever-changing breakfast/dinner menu and the other is a selection of thirteen sharing dishes, 10 of which are savory, one is cheesy and the last two are desserts. Each day, the latter menu will be lovingly handwritten on a piece of paper. Although the menu rotates daily, if you're lucky enough, be sure to try their corn with prawn head and butter ($14), asparagus with pumpkin seeds in miso, bone marrow and flowers ($16) and the black chicken with burdock root and kimchi ($22); all suggestions from the chef himself. Oh, oh be sure to try the croissants ($5) on their breakfast menu; something which their former restaurant was famous for. Drinks wise, they're keeping it "local" and importing wine and other spirits straight from Australia (prices starting from $10 a glass).

Venue Details
Address: Thirteen Duxton Hill, 13 Duxton Hill, Singapore, 089597 Singapore
Phone: 9054-1435
Website: thirteenduxtonhill.com
Area: Tanjong Pagar
Opening hours: Mon-Tue 8am-3pm; Wed-Sat 8am-midnight; Sun 9am-midnight
Nearest trainChinatown
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