Jam at Siri House is the latest restaurant to open at Dempsey Hill. It is the f & b part of Siri House, which takes up part of the ground floor of Block 8D at Dempsey. According to its website, “SIRI HOUSE is a lifestyle, social and dining space bringing together people, art, design, food, and retail …”. This seems to be an interesting way for Thai developer Sansiri to provide awareness of their Bangkok projects in Singapore.
Block 8D is the long block at the far end of Dempsey. Access to Siri House is by a narrow set of stairs at the right hand side of the building. Look out for the colourful sign (above picture).
Siri House at Dempsey
While the exterior of Siri House looks plain, the inside is opulent. On one side of the space is the retail and show gallery. A scale model of The Monument Thong Lo, a residential project in Bangkok, was on display as well as some home and decor exhibits.
Jam at Siri House – the restaurant
Jam at the Siri House is a beautiful place. The plush chairs, bold colors, chandeliers combine to give a luxurious feel to the restaurant.
Jam at Siri House Menu
The list of food items in the menu is limited but adequate. Here are pictures of the menu. We shared three starters (referred to as “plates” in the menu) and two mains.
Our three starters were the Root Vegetables ($23), Fried Chicken ($19) and Soft-shell crab ($26). All the starters tasted good. The root vegetables was a cold salad. We would have preferred a warm version. The best one was the fried chicken which had a distinct Thai flavour. The soft-shelled crab was beautifully presented.
Our two mains were the Cod ($38) and the Pork ($38). The cod was very good – a good piece of fish in a delicious broth. Our only complaint is that the portion was so small. The pork was a more substantial dish and had a good flavour. But some slices of the pork were too chewy.
The food at Jam at Siri House
Overall Rating: 4 TOPs
Jam at Siri House
Block 8D, #01-02
Dempsey Hill, Dempsey Road
Tel: +65 9667 0533
Lunch: 11.30am – 2.30pm
Dinner: 6.00pm – 10.00pm
Siri House Website
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