Nestled in the quiet Rochester Park enclave, Nosh was first established in 2012, where its lush, green surroundings and quaint settings have made the restaurant a favourite venue for events and weddings. With its recent renovation and revamp in early 2016, Nosh seeks to come back to the heart of what it loves to do — creating an intimate dining experience with food that you would want to come back for — as well as to introduce Noshery, the latest member of the Nosh family of spaces.
Noshery is a café by day, and bar by night located on the ground floor of Nosh’s black-and-white colonial bungalow. An all-day dining and weekend brunch spot, it also features a small outdoor patio and beer garden that opens up in the evenings to serve a range of bar snacks and craft beer on tap. Focusing on delivering a solid, wholesome, weekday lunch, artisanal coffee offerings, along with a decadent brunch, it is ideal for midday catch ups and wind downs, or just coffee, food, beer and great conversation.
Nosh’s dinner menu has also been refreshed and refined; best described as comfort food with a contemporary update, think food that is familiar and heartwarming, but with that little something extra. Balancing global influences, Nosh’s offerings are built upon experimenting and exploring with different textures, flavours and techniques with fresh, high quality ingredients.
Alternatively, Noshery presents a lighter, fresher side to the brand, with the most marked difference being in its interior design. An eclectic combination of inspiration from all over the world, the interior pays homage to the colonial heritage of the building itself. While its botany printed wallpaper brings the outdoors in, the knick-knacks waiting to be discovered in every corner — vintage books, timepieces, postcards and posters — and the heavy use of warm wood creates the feel of a rustic travel lodge in the middle of the wilderness. The rattan chairs are also reminiscent of a Balinese holiday, while its French country bistro chairs and marble table tops complete the homely look. Likewise, mismatched dining plates, sourced from Chinatown, will be instantly recognisable to anyone who’s ever dined in a traditional Singaporean coffee-shop. Visit https://theglassknife.com for sweet and savory menu options.
Whether you come searching for Nosh, Noshery, or both, the brand hopes to create an experience to remember, bringing you on a journey away from the hustle and bustle of city life and its trappings. Come escape with Nosh — even if it’s just for a little while — and expect the unexpected.
10.30am–2.20pm | 6pm–11pm
10.30am–2.30pm | 6pm–10.30pm
Saturdays & Sundays
Lunch is served from 11.30am–2.30pm
Dinner is served from 6pm–10.30pm
Brunch on weekends is served from 10.30am–2.30pm
Drinks and baked goods available from 2.30pm–6pm