After reading all the stunning reviews online, we had no choice to but to make a reservation to taste the food ourselves. And thank goodness, we lived to tell that it's all good. Like really good!
Nestled at a corner shophouse opposite 40 Hands in Tiong Bahru, Open Door Policy exudes the vibe of a modern casual bistro. The metal framed glass door was such a remniscence of the eateries in Melbourne. It exudes a lofty vibe that offers spacious seating and comfortable conversations for the diners.
Between the friends and us, we'd ordered like almost a third of the menu and most of the food were pretty spot on for a wet evening.
The entrees and mains offered on the menu are really simple comfort food. It's intensely concentrated on the core ingredients with lovely subtle sides. Perfect for a rainy day.
|Deep fried foccacia sticks with olive oil|
|Watercress Soup with poached egg|
|Pork belly with Quinoa and parsnip puree|
|Chocolate and pistachio Souffle|
|Haloumi Salad with white anchovy|