Graze combine Asian elements with European cuisine, via a playful touch from Australia. The premises of this Rochester Park eatery exist within a 5,000 square foot space, much of which is given over to alfresco dining.
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Great place for lunch!
If you are looking for a relaxing place to spend your weekend afternoon away from the city, I would recommend Graze. Located in a quiet area of Rochester Park, the restaurant is definitely a place to have a lazy afternoon while enjoying a good lunch. This place will make you forget that you’re actually in Singapore!
They have a very delicious list of brunch menu which makes you want to try everything. Some recommended dishes I’ve tried are “150 days corn fed black angus striploin” which is very tender and juicy; “Asian style tiger prawns”, fresh!; “Grain fed wagyu eye of rump” which you can share among your friends, a bit pricey but worth the try. It came with a big bowl of mash potato which is very delicious. We’ve tried the Graze burger as well, but somehow the taste of the beef patty disappointed a little as it tasted quite dry.
Graze has a beautiful covered outdoor area if you prefer the natural breeze and the sun and they do serve dinner as well. They have a special dinner buffet only available on Sunday. It’s recommended to make your reservation first through their website as you don’t want to be disappointed without seats available when you’re there.