Food Review: Sugarhall Bar & Grill

The Place Hot on the table is Sugarhall Bar & Grill, an upscale casual chic rum and grill bar along Amoy Street. It was packed when I was there on a Friday evening, with the majority of the patrons heading down for a drink right after work. It was almost impossible to get a table unless you reserve. That said, snagging a table at the bar was not a bad idea, given that there was so much action going on at the bar.IMG_5047The Food Pair up your cocktail or rum with the grilled meat at Sugarhall such as the Hangar Steak ($24), Whole Spring Chicken ($28) or Calamari ($16). The portions of the plates were not huge, but I guessed the idea was really to encourage the sharing of food by ordering a wide variety.

The grilled Calamari ($16) was fresh and chewy though the portions was really small.IMG_5058The Creamy Mushrooms ($10) with lemon thyme foam was so good, especially with the special sauce the mushrooms was infused. IMG_5069We could not miss out on the Home-made sausages ($32) as well, which comes in beef, chicken and lamb. Our verdict: not as good as the ones from Brotzeit.IMG_5064Finally the highlight of our meal was inevitably the Whole Spring Chicken ($28). The chicken meat was tender, juicy and tastier than the average ones out there possibly because free-range chicken was used here at Sugarhall. IMG_5074Rants The slightly raucous atmosphere at Sugarhall might not go down well with couples who are seeking a romantic date.

Will I return again? The food was okay, ambience was chill-lax, crowd was a good mix of locals and expats. That said, I could not think of any strong unique factor in Sugarhall which makes me want to return again. It felt like another bistro bar in Singapore.

TheRantingPanda says:
Taste bud: 3.5/5
Hole in the pocket: 3.5/5
Ambience: 3/5
Overall Experience: 3/5

Sugarhall Bar & Grill
102 Amoy Street
Tel: +65 6222 9102

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