Sarnies – Now with A Dinner Menu

We used to go to Sarnies for lunch, for their sandwiches and coffee and so when we found out they started serving dinner, we decided to give it a try. The crowd was a stark difference to lunch, with the cafe pretty quiet in the evening. It feels like a good place to hang out at night, just with your companions and some good food and wine


Handcut Truffle Wedges $10

The girls were hungry so we started with some wedges. They tasted pretty normal and the truffle was pretty much infused in the sauce than the wedges itself


Spicy Buffalo Wings $14

Even though a tad sourish, but I felt the contrast in flavors were great and you can taste the spiciness above all


Home-cured Bacon Bombs Stuffed with Mozarella & Truffle Mesh $13

No taste of mozarella, it was fried bacon with mash potato

Because we were greedy, we added on a trio of tacos, which we didn’t finish obviously.

Trio of Taco $22


Pulled Pork, Chilli, Lime & Coriander

This was really salty, and we had problems eating them. It felt like they have used a carton of salt for this


Cajun Prawn, Mango Salsa & Homemade Slaw

Probably the best of the 3 taco, the sweet and refreshing taste was a difference to the rest of the flavors though I think the prawns were rather bland


Carne Asada, Guacamole & Chimichurri

The flank steak was a little too chewy to our liking


Quinoa Salad with Grilled Tumeric Chicken Breast, Avocada, Feta, Mango, Chilli, Coriander, Lime & Cherry Tomatoes $16.50

The salad was one you can find on their lunch menu. The quinoa was good but the chicken were too dry


24 Hour Sous Vide Moroccan Lamb Shank on Pearl Barley Risotto, Dukkha & Mint $29

We surprisingly love this dish. The barley was well cooked and soft to taste. According to what my friend described “It’s like mee hoon kueh but round version” The lamb though have distinct taste of lamb, was really tender and complemented well with the herbs


Texas Style Burger with Overnight Brisket, White Slaw, Dijon, Gherkins, BBQ sauce & Handcut Wedges $26.50

The burger was pretty good too, with the brisket well marinated and executed


Blackend Grass-fed Sirloin, Colombian Style Chimichurri & Olive Oil Mash $24.50

Another well executed dish, the sirloin was tender with bits of charred aftertaste. We love the tail end of the fats as well that dissolved in the mouth when you chew

Generally the food here was pretty decent and I certainly won’t mind coming by after work for a meal. They serve pretty cheap and decent wine too, just so if you need a quiet place to unwind. The menu here is pretty fusion though not all necessarily hit the mark. But still, it is worth dropping by


136 Telok Ayer Street, S(068601)

One Comment Add yours

  1. Cindy says:

    Stellar work there eveynore. I’ll keep on reading.


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