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GardenAsia Bistro Sungei Buloh

GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh

2 years ago we were here as the same family four-ball and had a rather amazing lunch. It’s taken about 3 weeks to be able to get a booking on a Sunday, so our return has been delayed. But we love coming here and then onwards to have fun exploring Sungei Buloh. It’s a perfect Sunday for the family. But it has been mobbed, super-busy and today was no different. As we sat there for our lunch today people came and went, the queue was relentless and car after car was entering the car-park. So my friends, do not travel all this way and be disappointed. Make sure you have booked. It’s so very busy. Mobbed in fact.

There was even a huge table of men sat chowing down on their lunch, bottles of wine galore and cigars being puffed on. Almost Italian Mafioso-style. Brilliant!!!

So for your reference here you are – highly recommended. You will need to go direct as there is no Chope or Quandoo for these guys;

Address; 240 Neo Tiew Cres, 718898

Tel; +65 68989111

Email; info@gardenasia.com

GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh

Let’s hear from them; Nestled in the countryside of the bustling ‘Little Red Dot’, Bistro by GA brings you a step closer to nature with an authentic farm-to-fork experience. With many of our ingredients sourced from local farms, our delightful farm-fresh dishes celebrate Singapore’s very own local Agri farmers, whom we proudly support.”

I love the above. You dine in an agri/green-belt of Singapore, surrounded by vegetable farms, fisheries and the reserve of course. The veggies are therefore so very fresh. The flavours are intense as all 100% organic. I kid you not, you really can taste the difference in the flavour. It’s quite incredible.

Let’s have a look, shall we?

Gardenasia Bistro
What a stunning day to be eating al fresco at GardenAsia. Sunny, but not too sunny. Have a look at this place. Open and airy, sitting by a pond. It’s great, it really is.
GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh
Up first is the simply called Wild Mushroom Soup. Wifey commented that it is the best mushroom soup she has ever had. I have to agree that it is up there with the very best I have had too. Simple, but simply delicious.
GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh
Strawberry Blonde orders a Coke float the size of a small child. Head included giving scale. It’s bloody massive!!! Not her head, the Coke float…
GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh
A beautiful view. Yes, of course, I am talking about my Wifey… But the airy, open-sided restaurant with a pond in the foreground is equally beautiful. All low-rise here so its plants and skies all around. Just lovely.
GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh
Both the kids ordered this and raved about it. Good job GardenAsia, they are qualified food critics you know? I had a little taste. WAY overdone for me, but the taste was really up there, especially with the mint sauce – oooooh memories of UK flooding back now. This is their Pan-Roasted Lamb Rack ‘w’ Mint Sauce.
GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh
You’d be proud if you caught those buggers whilst prawn-fishing. Wow!!! I was waiting for the Jaws music to start as they served this. This is the SeaFood Pasta Aglio Olio. Packed with prawns, squid and scallops. Wifey loved it. Looks bloody impressive. Maybe a little bit of green (parsley) on it to colour her up?
GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh
I luckily choose a house-favourite and after eating it I can understand why it is a favourite. This is the Grilled Ribeye Hor Fun. Wok-Hei fried noodles to give that intense super-smoky flavour, doused in this umami unctuous gravy with a stunner of a charred and grilled rib-eye steak think sliced on top. Absolutely fantastic this was. I loved it. Here is also where I got that intense smack in the face of fresh organic veggies. What a dish. I’d have this again easily when we come next. It’s a belter!!!

We also devoured some homemade ice cream which was just splendid. I had strawberry and it really was just like eating a fresh strawberry. Quite amazing in fact. As I sat there I watched cold, perfectly pulled pints of Guinness be served to the tables. That would have made this lunch perfect, but I have committed a dry-as possible January and I am sticking to it. Looks like we’ll be back here in February for the full complement lunch haha.

GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh
And we finish today’s lunch super-full but so happy with the amazing and delicious food we consumed. Off we go to walk it off at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve. I asked Jude Jude how big his tummy is now…? “This big Dad!!!”

GardenAsia Bistro @ Sungei Buloh is just brilliant. So unique with the farm to fork ethos and sourcing from just around them from local farmers is also incredible as a concept. I love that sustainability but also flavour. You really can taste the flavour difference in the vegetables and wifey assured me on the fish too. It’s such a lovely place to dine too. All open-air and in the middle of nowhere so green and blue skies is it all around you. It really is just ace. If you get there early enough there is a little farm shop too to tempt you into cooking your own versions. Don’t forget to book through. It’s miles away so don’t be disappointed if you try a walk-in. Try this place, it really is superb – ENJOY!!!

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