Froth SG Cafe @ Ascott


The newly revamped Froth, now nestled in Ascott Raffles Place. Just a stone’s throw away from Raffles Place MRT station, the 140-seater restaurant exudes a minimalist vibe and opts for the dichotomy of black and white as its colour scheme. Its muted interior design however belies the adventurous culinary journey that Chef Derrick brings his guests on.

Beef Carpaccio ($17.90++) -

It was served with wagyu beef slices, hazelnuts, sundried tomatoes, baby cress, and topped up with truffle mayonnaise and hazelnut dressing. Don’t worry the truffle mayonnaise wasn’t too over powering. 

Oriental Duck Salad ($16.90++) -

Started my meal with oritental duck salad. What an unique dish, first time heard off duck salad! It’s very rare chef use duck meat to go along with salad because usually it won’t goes very well but this surprised me. Roasted duck, smoked duck, confit duck all mixed in the spring roll, turnip, carrot and pistachio topped it up with citrus plum dressing to open up your appetite. 

Sio Bak Aglio ($25.90++) -
My personaly favourite dish among all!! This linguine was served with their home-made roasted pork belly cracking and pork jerky (Sio bak). The roasted pork belly meat was amazing good, the meat was tender, flavorful and it doesn’t has much fat and oily. The pork belly skin you can simply hear the cracking sound when you bite it.

Five Spice Wagyu Patty Burger ($34.90++) -

A beautiful marriage of east meets west in Five Spice Wagyu Patty Burger. Think the traditional ngoh hiang, but with a wagyu twist. The patty is wrapped in crispy beancurd skin and then deep fried to perfection. Completing the towering burger are baby arugula, tomatoes and soft brioche burger buns. 

Asian Barramundi ($32.90++) -
Interesting dish. Sear barramundi, asia slaw, mango salsa, puffed rice and grilled clams in their home-made laska sauce. I find that it was an very interesting and unique dish. The laska sauce was flavorful and the spiciness was just right. The sear barramundi was grilled to perfection.

French Toast Waffle ($16.90++) -

Cap off the gourmet experience with French Toast Waffle, which is topped with an enticing scoop of gourmet ice cream.

My Verdict:

I enjoyed my experience at Froth cafe. Sio bak aglio, oriental duck salad, and their truffle fries that’s worth all your travel time and calories! Trust me, you won’t regret it! I definitely will be back for more.

Froth SG Cafe
Level 2 at Ascott Raffles Place No 2, Finlayson Green S049247
Contact: 6336 1228
Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday: 7am - 1030am
                                                            1130am - 10pm


Prices are subject to 10% service charge and 7% GST.

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