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Thursday, December 25, 2014

[Food Review] Two Trees Bistro & Bar (TTBB)

Two Trees Bistro & Bar (TTBB) is a quaint establishment located along the intersection of Aliwal and Pahang Street. It serves home cooked local fare as well as western delights. We were very impressed by the warm hospitality that were showered upon us during our visit. This place felt exactly like home.

Warm and cozy interior with yellow walls and paintings.

Started off with canapes and Blueberry Twist. The Blueberry Twist is a unique creation which consists of gamon ham and blueberry giving it a sweet and salty flavour which totally induces the appetite for the main courses.

TTBB's creation of grilled zucchini, tomato and Japanese cucumber topped with grilled bacon and seafood salsa on egg in crackers.

Chicken Cordon Bleu. Pan fried chicken thigh rolled with ham and cheese served with mashed potatoes and vegetables. Chicken thigh was so tender and succulent with gooey cheese oozing out when cut open. Mashed potatoes were very tasty and addictive too.

Our favourite was their Beef Burger with home made patty, TTBB's signature mayo and capsicum relish, tomato, Japanese cucumber, cheese and bacon served with french fries. This was definitely one of the better burgers out there. Hidden beneath the roasted bun is a huge and juicy beef patty which is very well marinated giving it a very nice and slightly charred flavour. This costs only $16,90 which is affordable because serving is rather huge.

Christmas Platter for the festive season consists of premium gammon ham, chicken cordon bleu and lamb rack. We loved the gammon ham, it wasn't too dry and of the perfect consistency.

Lamb Rack served with mashed potatoes and spinach. The lamb was not tough at all and slipped of the bones very easily. Drizzled in their home made sauce, this is definitely something to try at TTBB.

This bowl of Mee Siam was super impressive! The gravy is bursting with flavours and so unique that I promise once you try it, you will surely come back for more.

Indian style fish curry. You can choose from fish fillet or fish head and we chose the fish fillet. Fish was very fresh with the right amount of spices. This has to be pre ordered in advanced so that the ingredients can be delivered on the day itself to guarantee utmost freshness.

Home made Kong Bak Pau. Sinfully delicious! Love the smokey sweet taste and the braised tenderness of the meat encased within soft steamed buns and crunchy lettuce.

Roasted pork belly. Roasted till very very crunchy and tasty too. I do not particularly enjoy meat with too much fats but this is an exception.

Besides serving these delectable dishes, TTBB also serves alcohol and you can just unwind in their alfresco area with their ice cold beers. TTBB takes pride in providing you the best food and you will definitely be in good hands here.

14 Aliwal Street,
Singapore 199907

Tel : 6294-6632

Mon-Fri:  11.00 am - 12:30 am 
Sat :  5:00 pm - 1.00 am
Sun/PH :  Closed

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