Nickeldime River Valley Singapore | Elevated Australian Comfort Delights
Right in the heart of River Valley, Nickeldime River Valley serves up elevated Australian comfort food alongside exquisite International Craft Beers- the perfect indulgence for your hedonistic palate.
Presented by Hidden Door Concepts, Nickeldime River Valley redefines comfort food with a luxurious twist. With great vibes and indulgent bites expertly paired with International craft beers, Nickeldime River Valley will surely become your new favorite neighborhood spot.
Nestled along Mohamed Sultan Road, minutes away from Singapore’s Central Business District, Nickeldime Alley adds an edgy, artistic flair to the quaint River Valley neighborhood. Inspired by the cafe and pub scene in Melbourne, Nickeldime Alley transforms a historic shop-house into the perfect neighborhood hangout with an edgy, modern charm. Stepping into the restaurant is exactly like stepping into a hidden alley- exposed brick walls surround the venue, covered in vibrant street art by local artists reminiscent of the diverse graffiti art of Melbourne’s streets. These modern elements blend seamlessly with the preserved shop-house’s original high ceilings, wooden beams and unique sunroof, resulting in an eclectic mix of old and new. Lined with plush red booth seats and decked in warm wood textures and tones, Nickeldime River Valley’s inviting space let’s you delight your taste buds in absolute comfort.
Drawing inspiration from Chef Tim Ashwood’s Australian heritage and culinary background in fine French cuisine, Nickeldime River Valley serves up elevated comfort food with a hedonistic spin. Start your meal right with delicious Scotch Eggs– runny soft-boiled eggs wrapped with streaky bacon, deep fried to a crispy perfection and served with pickled onion and the house-made brown sauce caramelized with dark chocolate stout. Alternatively, delight your taste buds with the House-made Terrine– a country-style French forcemeat loaf wrapped in streaky bacon and served with English pickles, dijon mustard and sourdough crisps. Pair either with the Stone & Wood Green Coast Lager, a slow fermented lager from Byron Bay which strikes a balance between a hop aroma and a malty palate for a clean but complex finish.
Vegetarians and vegans will delight with the sweet and zesty Pickled Beetroot and Whitlof Salad–slow-roasted beetroot pickled in maple syrup and sherry vinegar, tossed with whitlof, candied hazelnuts, orange segments and a dressing of pickled beetroot jus, and topped with feta mousse. With this dish, opt for the Tuatara Coastin’ Session IPA, an lighter ale with notes of passionfruit, melon, mango and herbal spice from hops harvested on both sides of the Tasman sea, for a clean finish and refreshing after taste.
Indulge in Nickeldime River Valley’s take on the classic Croque Madame– house-made leavened brioche layered with dijon mustard, hand-carved leg ham, and a cream layer of mozzarella, cheddar, gruyere and IPA beer. Masked with spiced béchamel, baked in the oven and topped with fried eggs and greens, the Croque Madame is luxuriously rich and velvety. Complement it with the Pirate Life Mosaic IPA, a juicy, tropical beer with a long and complex finish but little bitterness due to its low malt content.
Inspired by quintessential French cuisine, the Confit Duck Waffle is an elegant new take on the traditional breakfast waffle- luxuriously tender duck confit served with savoury cheddar and thyme infused waffles and topped with candied bacon and a fried egg. With mellow and earthy flavours from toasted oats and chocolate malt balanced with rich chocolate and hops, the deep ebony Rogue Chocolate Stout will top your meal off with a bittersweet chocolate truffle and red berry finish.
Funky and inviting with a distinct artsy zest, Nickeldime River Valley is a refreshing alternative with a tendency to innovate and reinvent. With luxurious food and exceptional craft beers, Nickeldime River Valley is the place to go for an energetic catch-up with friends, lounging with loved ones, or a romantic dinner-date to remember.