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Vineyard @ Hort Park

Vineyard @ Hort Park

Vineyard @ Hort Park






49%   (69 votes)
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Expertly prepared French and Italian fare is what you'll find at Vineyard @ Hortpark, located just off Alexandra Road.Signature dishes here include orange miso cod with marinated capellini in collagen broth and grain-fed Angus prime rib, which is good for sharing. In addition to the chic interiors, there is ample seating outdoors which overlooks a gorgeous infinity pond and boasts glorious views of the sunset.To make the most out of your dollar, make your way to the restaurant during lunch on the weekdays and order up a set lunch and enjoy dishes such as seared tuna nicoise salad, sous vide pork belly, and key lime pie.

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Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 21:00
Sat & Sun: 10:30 - 21:00

33 Hyderabad Road, #02-02 Hort Park

Asian, European, French, Italian, Pizza, Thai

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