Old Subang Shoplot With Arched Window & Skylight Roof Becomes New Minimalistic Restaurant
Every corner at Three Plates Full in SS15 is a different experience
Designed in a way that retains hints of its decades-old structure, the restaurant has a minimalistic charm with its gorgeous arched window and skylight roof, that allows plenty of natural light in
The first level has a section under the skylight roof, as well as a shaded area with rattan chairs, wooden booths, and exposed brick walls that match perfectly with its rustic interior.
Meanwhile, the second floor includes a separate kitchen, ideal for small-scale events and birthday parties. There are also cosy nooks all over the restaurant where you can relax with a cup of coffee and your favourite book.
Its third floor, which is currently being finalised, will soon open as a bar for those looking to enjoy a night out over drinks with friends. In the meantime, there are selected wines available on the lower levels.
While most restaurants and cafes tend to offer either a brunch or dinner vibe, Three Plates Full caters to all, giving off a different feel for each time of the day
Its menu follows by consistently offering brunch, lunch, and dinner, such as pork cheek on toast, bacon mushroom alfredo, and Iberico baby pork ribs.
The US pork collar, pork ribeye, and beef striploin come with mustard, sea salt, and confit garlic, which pair impeccably with the juicy meats.
There are also small plates that can be shared, such as truffled tater tots, prawn toast, and charred choy tam, among others.
For dessert, there's a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic cakes, apple crumble, waffles and poached pears, along with chocolate lava cake.
Here's where Three Plates Full is located
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