[NEW] What kind of a restaurant would call itself “Little Bastard”?
Something quirky, something funny? Little Bastard calls itself “Singapore’s FIRST ADULTS ONLY dessert shop kitchen and bar”.
The exact location is *A SECRET*.
This is according to its website, ”If you are looking for the Little Bastard, know that he is said to hide out at The Refinery Singapore along 115 King George’s Ave, above a secret stairwell and is only allowed to play after dark. “
That would kind of mean
1) It is at 115 King George’s Ave
2) Near/within/above/behind The Refinery Singapore
3) Opens 6pm onwards (closes at 12am)
I won’t share any more, as it would probably spoil the ‘fun’ of searching.
The menu is printed “WTF”, which means “Where’s The Food” (yeah, right), serving sharing items such as Swee Kueh ($12++), You He ($14++ grilled squid), Bone & Marrow ($18++), Pok Pok ($15++ fried chicken bites), and Beef Tartare ($20++).
Signatures include Duck Confit Penyet ($20++), Kaeng Phet Mu ($24++, 14 Hour Sous Vide Iberico Pork Collar with Thai Red Curry), Shadow Leg ($24) and Duroc Pork LuRouFan ($18++).
I started with the Pok Pok ($15++) which were like popcorn chicken seasoned in this addictive sweet-spicy-tangy-limey sauce that must have had such addictive secret ingredient added.
SO GOOD. Could not stop having them. But considered very expensive for its portion.
The One Night In Tom Yum ($20++) contained cold Japanese Inaniwa udon with crab meat poured over with Tom Yum Consommé.
Most of us would typically have Tom Yum hot, very hot.
Having it cold was a bolt of refreshness, and some coconut milk added at the base of the bowl provided an appetising thrill. Something not quite what I ever had before.
However, by the time I had the main which was a 12 Hours Lemongrass Slow Grilled Chicken Thigh ($24++), I wondered “How come everything tasted almost the same?”
My friend commented if Little Bastard was a ‘one-trick pony’, which kept reusing the same winning Thai-Thai formula in all their food.
Warning: The Cheng Teng is $18++ and alcoholic.
Let me know if you manage, or bother to search for it.
115 King George’s Avenue Singapore 208561
Tel: +65 8459 9893
Opening Hours: 6pm – 12am (Tues – Sat)