Jigger & Pony Group opens Caffe Fernet in Singapore
The latest member of the Jigger & Pony Group in Singapore is Caffe Fernet, the sixth venue in the roster of outlets established by the company. The restaurant and bar seats 130 people and is helmed by Chef David Tang who was previously of the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group in the USA.
Yellowfin Tuna with spicy ‘nduja, cherry tomatoes and green onion
Caffe Fernet’s menu offers a fresh twist on classic Italian cocktails as well as on traditional Italian food. "While we're focusing on flavours that lean towards lighter and brighter profiles, they still have to pack a punch," said Chef David Tang.
Veal Meatballs with tomato, sweet basil and parmigiano-reggiano
Brunch cocktails come by the glass or in a pitcher for groups, free flow is set for 3 hours until 4.30pm daily. There is a list of variations of Italian classics like the Negroni, Froze and Spritz, and also house-crafted cocktails and beer. For groups, there are the punch bowls and non-alcoholic drinks for the teetotaller.
Food consists of light bites and full meals that are generous in portion, suitable for sharing, a romantic dinner, after-work get-together as well as Sunday brunch. Enjoy unobstructed views of the bay and sunset over the city from the patio. This is going to be the next go-to hotspot in town!
View of Marina Bay Sands and Caffe Boulevardier with Bulleit Bourbon, coffee, Campari and Punt e Mes
Address: Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, #01-05, Singapore 049323
Telephone No.: +65 9178 1105
Operation Time: Mon – Thu: 5pm – 12am; Fri: 5pm – 2am; Sat: 11am – 2am; Sun: 11am – 5pm
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