Wheeler’s Yard is the ‘world’ where bicycles, coffee, food and all things vintage meet.

Located right along the Whampoa park connector, this is the ‘hidden’ cafe cum bicycle workshop, known for the entrance where almost every visitor would take that token #OOTD shot.

Tell me which café hopper / fashion instagrammer / local ‘hipster’ have not taken an #OOTD or #Jumpshot with that iconic blue door preserved from the 1980s at Wheeler’s Yard.

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In line with the mantra, “Singaporeans can travel ANYWHERE for food”, the Ong brothers team has opened Wheeler’s Estate at the redeveloped Seletar Aerospace Park.

The Grab driver asked me what I was going to do there, very suspiciously.

Obviously to eat, right?

There are a few other food concepts at this ulu part of Singapore – Youngs Bar & Restaurant, The Summerhouse and Di Wei Teo Chew Restaurant. Welcome to new ‘Dempsey’ at Seletar.

Wheeler’s Estate comprises of 6 components – Restaurant, Café, Bar, Events, Picnic and Cycling.

This is the place where you can bring your families to see some real greenery of Singapore, for children to run amok without iPads distracting them, and for food bloggers and instagrammers who pretty much run out of hip-places to eat in Singapore.

Get a few kakis, and spend a leisure afternoon there.

This is a huge and charming place of a two-storey colonial bungalow – a grill house downstairs, a restaurant upstairs. Feel free to borrow a mat to have a picnic and get a tan.

The interior is done up well – Cantarutti chairs spotted, but can get echo-y when diners talk too loud.

Food seems to be on the pricier side – Beef Short Rib ($59), Tequila and Lime Pork Spare Ribs ($45), Peruvian BBQ Style ($32), Surf and Turf ($45), Estate Corzetti Pasta ($20), T-Bone Steak ($90 for 500g) and Scotch Filler ($39 for 300g).

I was recommended both the predictable fare Chicken Parmigiana ($29 for 2), and The Fish and Chips ($25), which I obediently ordered.

Not bad, not bad.

The parmesan crumbled chicken schnitzel came topped with ham, mozzarella cheese and Napoli sauce, with curly fries on side.

The chicken had a moist, tender bite. Considering it was already quite thin in thickness, they somehow managed to seal in the juiciness. Wished the outer layer was crisper though.

Fish and Chips was to the expensive side, but at least boosted of light batter and fresh tasting meat.

Personally, I am not overly sure if the quality of the dishes corresponds to the price-point.

However, I find this a comfortable, attractive place that is not overly pretentious to have a good-day’s conversation with family and friends.

Wheeler’s Estate
2 Park Lane, Seletar Aerospace Park Singapore 798386

(From Punggol MRT: Make your way to the bus stop at Punggol Temporary Interchange, Punggol Place. Board bus 117 and alight at Seletar Aerospace Drive, just right before The Oval.)
Tel: +65 6262 0001
Opening Hours: 12pm – 11pm (Tues – Thurs), 9am – 11pm (Sat, Sun, PH), Closed Mon

Wheeler’s Yard
28 Lor Ampas, Singapore 328781
Tel: +65 6254 9128
Opening Hours: 10:30pm – 3pm, 5pm – 9pm (Tues – Fri), 10:30am – 9pm (Sat – Sun), Closed Mon

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  1. On a side note, they have a reception counter on the ground floor. My friends and I were there in Jan 2017, without a reservation. So we ask if we could make one now (12.40pm) and come by later (1.30pm). The guy wrote our name, and said nothing else. There was nothing much in the open, except a lot of greens so we sat around just beside the reception. Nearing time, we went forward and ask if our table was ready. The (same) guy responded, oh you are still here. We were flipping the menu, when the guy said there is only breakfast menu now. We were shocked to know this, only after 40min of waiting. So we ask why didn’t he told us earlier.. guess what he replied this time… I did not ask you to wait. (We ate there that day but never going back.) FYI: It was Saturday.


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