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On the first floor, SPRMRKT Daily is a grocery shop, retail space and riverside café rolled into one. Shop for handcrafted trinkets, carefully sourced produce or have a meal featuring beloved dishes from the McCallum Street outlet. Try the blackened fish and chips ($20) featuring locally-caught fish fillets fried in house-made squid ink batter, or the fail-safe English Breakfast ($28) of Kurobuta pork sausage, bacon, vine-ripened tomatoes, sauteed mushroom, two eggs served with toasted brioche.
Climb the stairs up to SPRMRKT Kitchen and Bar, and the vibe changes completely. The clean aesthetic peppered with pastel pink hues and glints of gold makes the restaurant perfect for both brunch and dinner dates. The European bistro-style menu with brunch, lunch and dinner focuses on quality produce sourced either locally or regionally. Singaporean chef-owner Joseph Yeo serves dishes like the twice-cooked chicken roulade ($28) on a bed of smoked curried cauliflower puree and chicken jus, and smoked lobster tail ($42), with macaroni mixed with three cheeses and pumpkin, and topped with toasted garlic panko bread crumbs for extra crunch. Desserts are equally stunning with the Earl Grey creme brûlée ($16) taking the cake with its lemon lavendar streusel base, fresh seasonal fruits and edible pressed flowers.
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|Opening hours:||SPRMRKT Daily: Mon-Sun 7am-11pm. SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar: Mon-Fri 11.30am-3pm, 6pm-10pm; Sat 9am-4pm, 6pm-10pm; Sun 9am-6pm|
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