The Dempsey dining area is possibly the most pleasant dining location in Singapore. It has a wide mix of food choices, a laid back atmosphere, big open spaces with lots of trees and, very importantly, free parking. The success of the concept can be seen in the stability of the tenants. Many of them have been there for years. Serving as a guide to the Dempsey restaurants and to help our readers decide what to eat at Dempsey, here is The Ordinary Patrons’ (TOP) List of Dempsey Restaurants 2019. We have tried most of the restaurants listed and have provided links to our reviews which contain more information and pictures of the places as well as the menus when available.Continue reading →
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.Continue reading →
It has been a while since our last visit to Blu Kouzina, the Greek restaurant at Dempsey Hill. Many restaurants are quiet during the weekday lunch and so we turned up without a reservation. We know that Blu Kouzina is popular but we did not expect the big turnout at the restaurant. The main dining area was almost full.
Singaporeans who have lived abroad for a number of years missed food we residents take for granted. Recently, a relative living in California visited Singapore and among the top of the list of food he wanted to eat were rojak, curry fish head and chilli crab. We brought him to Long Beach Seafood Dempsey for chilli crab, and pepper crab as well. He was more than happy with what was served at the famous seafood restaurant. We think Long Beach’s reputation as a paradise for seafood lovers is well deserved.
Tai Cheong Bakery Singapore cafe opened in Holland Village in late 2016. It has been there for almost two years and demand is still strong. The Singapore outlet of the famous Hong Kong tea cafe (char charn teng) is a little store along Lorong Liput which has a takeaway section and dining area. It is always crowded every time we pass it. We managed to get a table there recently for breakfast.