Revolver: The New Gunslinger on the Block!
There’s a new player in the Tras Street family of great restaurants, and that’s Revolver. Helmed by Chef Saurabh Udinia, the refined restaurant offers a progressive grill menu that laces Indian and international flavours through world-class produce, resulting in an exciting dining experience. Premium meats, seafood and vegetables alike are charred to perfection on the custom-built Woodfired grill, or the beautiful hand-built Tandoor.
With three tasting menus to guide diners through the array of dishes, along with an impressive wine, sake and cocktail list, get ready to be welcomed into a space that invites guests for a relaxed, fun and creative gastronomic journey.
“There’s something about the fire and flavour of grilling that I’ve always loved, says Chef Udinia, "Used correctly and with the right ingredients, it can create an intoxicating journey of flavours in just one mouthful. We have created a refined selection of dishes that go beyond your typical grilled fare — interesting highlights include our Stuffed Courgette Flowers, Marga Lamb Chops and the Pulled Pork and Gruyere Kulchette.”
For a true, culinary immersion into Revolver, the 9-course Experience tasting menu (SGD 199++) offers just that. Premium highlights include the charred, juicy fresh Lobster with pepper garlic butter, the three-day marinated, charred Magra Lamb Chops, and not forgetting the Kashmiri chilli spiced Wagyu Scotch Egg.
The 8-course Discovery (SGD 139++) and Vegetarian menus (SGD 129++) ensure all diners can get a taste of the gastronomic show. The lemon-coriander, grilled King Prawn, along with lightly spiced Barramundi, cooked in the tandoor, finished with raw mango dust, feature on the Discovery menu. Leeks, grilled with smoked paprika butter and finished with pine nuts and fennel; as well as a Smoked Aubergine, delicately laced with cumin and fresh coriander, atop a crusty Gruyère Kulchette are thoughtful highlights on the Vegetarian menu.
We especially like to recommend the boneless wings and neck with yuzu aioli, the Magra lamb chop and the paneer with Goan sambal. These three dishes made a deep impression on the attendees, with elements of it invoking memories of trips to India. A highlight for the diner was the pulled pork and gruyere kulchette. "This was something unique cause the kulchette is a smaller version of kulcha. It is tender yet crispy. Chef paired it up with a unique dish, pork," said the diner.
Address: 56 Tras St, Singapore 078995
Opening times: Lunch, Thursday - Sunday: 12-2:30pm (Last Order: 2:15pm), Dinner, Tuesday
– Sunday 6pm-12am (Last Order: 9:45pm). Closed on Monday’s.