The long awaited arrival of ODP (Open Door Policy) in the quaint little neighborhood of Yong Siak St in Tiong Bahru is finally here. The menu is written and over looked by Tippling Club's very own Ryan Clift who has put together a modern bistro fare with a rustic twist. On offer is a range of starters that are ideal for sharing, as well as meat dishes, fish courses and a dessert menu.
The food is prepared using only the freshest ingredients at friendly prices. The restaurant layout is open-planned with a show kitchen set behind a glass wall that runs aside the long narrow dining space.
For tipplers, the bar offers a strong mix of classic cocktails, while the short wine list focuses on boutique wines from around the world, many of which have been exclusively bought in for ODP.
The specialty coffee bar by the 40 HANDS team will serve rare micro-lot coffee brewed as filter and cold drip, alongside the usual espresso varieties.
Be sure to be one of the first to check out Singapore's latest dining hidden secret in Tiong Bahru!
Think good food in Tiong Bahru and Tiong Bahru market immediately
comes to mind. Yet, not two minutes away from the market lays one of
the rare culinary gems of Singapore, Open Door Policy (ODP). It makes
you feel like you are in New York and the 48h braised Beef Cheeks is
the best dish we have had in a long time.
ODP opened in September 2011 and is the brain-child of Ryan Clift, the
culinary master that led Tippling Club to be ranked Asiaâ€™s 10th best
restaurant in the 2011 Miele Guide.
True to its namesake, the restaurant is laid out with an open plan
concept, but is by no means spartan. ...