New place for burgers, rice bowls in Hongkong Street

Five-day-old Teepee Bar & Restaurant is the latest addition to the foodie enclave in Hongkong Street.

The menu focuses on burgers and rice bowls.

Burger options include spiced kimchi beef burger ($19); buttermilk chicken ($17) with apple raisin slaw, cheese and caramelised onions; and Umami Swiss ($18) with a 150g beef patty, mushrooms, cheese and caramelised onions.

For the rice bowls, pick from wagyu beef bowl ($24), with egg cooked at 63 deg C, sauteed kale and leek sauce; Loco Moco Truffle Shrooms ($18) with a beef patty, sunny-side-up egg, caramelised onions, brown gravy and truffle oil; and Pork Belly Kimchi ($22) with slow braised pork belly, kimchi, leek and egg cooked at 63 deg C.

Side dishes include half-dozen freshly shucked oysters ($24) with cherry bomb radish, pickled shallots, and cilantro mint foam; tuna tartare ($14) served with wonton skin; and crostini ($12) with Parma ham, cherry tomato relish, pine nuts, basil and parmesan.

Teepee also serves speciality coffee drinks such as Teepee spritz ($7) with cold brew coffee, apple-infused soda, orange zest and dried orange, as well as cocktails including Chamomilla ($22) with chamomile-infused gin and Togarashi Umeshu; and Sinensis ($25) with Hibiki 12-Year-Old Whisky, junmai karakuchi sake, green tea liqueur and sencha green tea ice.

Where: 01-02, 31 Hong Kong Street

Open: 8am till late (Mondays to Saturdays), closed on Sundays

Info: Call 6225-0025 or go to

This article was first published on Dec 25, 2016.
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