Earle Swensen’s new tantalising menu

[ Review ]

A few things capture your attention when you pop into Earle Swensen’s, it’s logo indicates “Grill. Salad Bar. Ice Cream“.

Everyone knows about Swensen’s Ice-cream because the birthday boy or girl gets a free ice cream, but Grill?

Last week, Daddy was invited to savour Earle Swensen’s new menu at Vivocity. Regular Swensen’s patron would be glad to know that the popular Dory Fish and Chip is still on the menu, and Earle Swensen’s is offering the Salmon version too.

Looking at their new Grill selections make us hungry.

At Earle Swensen’s, all mains come with complimentary salad bar selection, the salad bar is also available a la carte at $13.90. If you are looking for a healthy diet, get ready to be spoil for choice.

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We started with Chicken Wings and mussels for our appetisers.

Creamy Seafood Chowder ($10.90) is served in a bread bowl. Mussels, prawns and squids clamour for attention ! Immensely satisfying to dip the bread into the rich broth πŸ™‚

Abalone with honeydew and melon ($16.90). Cool refreshing freshness.

We love the smoky BBQ Beef short ribs ($29.90). Succulent and juicy, the tender sweet beef is smothered in Swensen’s secret recipe sauce, and melted in our mouth.

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The Lamb Loin Skewer ($36.90) uses Australian lamb loin. Seasoned with aromatic herbs and spices, but Daddy thought the lamb is a bit too tough.

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Daddy’s main course is one of Earle Swensen’s recommended dishes, Ultimate Wagyu Burger ($23.90). Swensen’s single patty originates from Australia’s wagyu cattle. The cheese and secret sauce compliments each other to bring out the wagyu essence.

A pity Daddy could not stay for Swensen’s wide selection of desserts. For a listing of Earle Swensen’s new menu, do pop by their fanpage.

Earle Swensen are available at Vivocity, Changi Airport T3, and Jem (Jun 2013). More details about Swensen’s :
Earle Swensen’s fanpage
Swensen’s fanpage