Coriander Leaf Grill is the latest brainchild of the Coriander Leaf Group to join the Ann Siang Road cluster of restaurants. The restaurant is situated on the ground floor of a 5-storey block that offers different concepts on each floor. The bar, Catchfly, located in the basement, is also a new addition. All in all, the block caters to all sorts of occasions from casual dining to corporate events, or even after-dinner drinks.
I remember visiting Coriander Leaf Restaurant on several occasions in the past when it used to be located at Clarke Quay. I even attended a cooking class by the charismatic Chef Samia Ahad who taught us how to prepare Mediterranean fare – that was unforgettable! Coriander Leaf Grill, the restaurant’s latest face as a casual dining destination, showcases Chef Samia’s ability to create diverse, Asian inspired flavors.
Characteristic of Coriander Leaf Grill are their house-made relishes like the Hummus (chickpea and garlic), Labne (cheese, herbs and yoghurt) and Chouchouka (tomato and red bell peppers). The shirachi and mustard sauces are also made in-house. These relishes go well with their thin and crisp butter, garlic or plain naans – starters that you must have at Coriander Leaf Grill.
Coriander Leaf Grill focuses on her charcoal grilled meats that are predominately Mediterranean infused with Asian flavors. Standouts from the grilled selection are the Lamb Chops (baby lamb chops, harissa, yoghurt, pickled onions), Kale Salad (sautéed kale, pine nuts, chili flakes) and Charred Broccoli (charred broccoli, lemon, chili, garlic). For the non-meat goers, the lentil burger is great too!
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Coriander Leaf Grill
Tel:+65 6222 7276
Lunch: Mon – Fri 11am – 2:30pm (closed on PH)
Dinner: Mon – Sat 6:30pm – 10:30pm (last order 10:30pm)
Closed on Sundays