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Platypus Kitchen

Platypus Kitchen

Platypus Kitchen






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Located at Bugis Junction, Platypus Kitchen is a Mediterranean bistro that's found a niche in handmade pasta dishes and seasonal Mediterranean cuisine.The health-conscious will also be delighted to know that the food here contains no preservatives or additives.Inspired by the Mediterranean sea, the chefs are committed to using specially-sourced ingredients and generous amounts of fresh herbs to create beautifully unique flavours.MUST TRIES: Platypus Kitchen features an unprecedented selection of fresh pasta and gourmet risottos, like the Portobello and truffle risotto which features chestnut and truffle risotto, grilled portabello, parmesan and fleu de sel.Meat lovers can go for a serving of Angus Ribeye served Pink, which features 300gm of Angus Ribeye, mixed greens and pommery mustard gravy.

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Mon - Thu: 11:30 - 22:30
Fri - Sat: 11:30 - 23:30
Sun: 11:30 - 22:30

200 Victoria Street, #01-90/91 Bugis Junction

Barbecue, European, Italian, Mediterranean, Western

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