Located among the refurbished colonial houses of Rochester Park, Greenhouse restaurant at Nosh offers a rare but welcome respite from the usual city bustle.
Boasting a cosy, daintily lit al fresco area surrounded by verdant nature, the 70-seater makes for a perfect sanctuary for quiet dinners or brunch with friends.
The restaurant serves up an eclectic mix of globally inspired cuisine. With highlights like grilled skate wing with sambal breadcrumbs ($26) and imported Spanish iberico jowl topped with kimchi apples and coated with a sticky stout glaze ($17), you’ll find dishes varied enough for any palate.
We especially love their braised beef short rib with hickory smoked cauliflower ($32); and pan-roasted barramundi with coconut-tamarind velouté sauce and taro chips ($28).
End the meal with some mango lassi ($10), a delicious spin on the traditional yoghurt drink, here presented as dessert.
9 Rochester Park. Tel: 9755 5015
Cover: Greenhouse’s lamb shank mechoui with sweet potato ragou, pearl couscous and pistachio dukkah
This was first published in Wine & Dine’s April 2017 issue, ‘Restaurants’