OverEasy Bar and Diner

OverEasy by The Lo & Behold Group i.e. the same people who brought you The White Rabbit, Loof and The Black Swan is an all-American diner offering comfort fare served alongside an extensive list of cocktails and complimented by the stunning view of the Marina Bay Skyline. Beautiful in the day, it is even more captivating when night falls and the lights of our city take over.


Though this diner and bar by the bay has been around for more than 5 years now, the crowds continue to love this place and after experiencing an evening here, I can understand why groups of friends, couples and even families enjoy the concept and food offered here.

Timeless yet modern, OverEasy recently revamped their menu by introducing new spins on their old school crowd favourites and adding some brand new never-before-seen items as well.


We tried The Truffle Burger $28 which was seen at almost every table that evening. Not surprising especially when we took our first bite of that wagyu beef mince patty which had a thick spread of homemade truffle mayo. Sold immediately by that creamy decadent concoction. My first time having truffle mayo in my burger and I have no idea why no one thought of it earlier. Genius.

The Spicy Buffalo Wings $18 were served Southern-style with its blue cheese dip. It comes in 5 degrees of spiciness and we settled for level 2- Average Joe because we were not daring enough. Delightful still, those wings and drumlets made for good accompaniments with jugs of beer.


If you enjoyed OverEasy’s Good Old Fashioned Mac & Cheese $14, then you have got to try their upgraded version- Mac & Cheeks $24 which includes braised beef cheeks in every mouthful of gruyere cheese sauce. Sinful yes, but so hard to resist.

Lighter options and those that are kinder to the waistline includes the Sante Fe Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup $12 which was literally made from scratch by Chef. We adored the slices of avocado that were added to the chicken gumbo for a touch of creaminess; and the Spicy Linguine with Prawns, Chilli & Garlic $22 that was nicely al dente with just the hint of heat and sprinkled with parmesan.


For desserts, we had the Mixed Berries Waffles served with Vanilla Bean Ice-Cream $12. The waffles were more of the doughy type and paired nicely with the tart berries and strawberry chocolate sauce.

Do not leave without trying the Bourbon Donut Holes with Homemade Fudge $12 though! Dusted with icing sugar, these little fried dough balls served hot was crispy on the outside, light and not too dry. The dip is made with more than 70% dark chocolate so it was chocolatey, thick without being too sickeningly sweet. Order this if you were still hungry after your main. Order this still, to share if you were too full from your main.


Those who enjoy their cocktails should also try OverEasy’s quirky and interesting inventions such as the Breakfast in Bed $18 which has a subtle tones of sweetness from the maple syrup and comes complete with a waffle biscuit, the Kyoho Grape Sour $16– my personal favourite, the Te-Quil-A Mockingbird $16 (love that pun there) served with a spoon of pomegranate and the Mama’s Special Lemonade $16 which wakes you up almost immediately. I rarely feature drinks in my posts but these ones are really worth giving a shot.


Amazing view, comfort food and fancy cocktails- definitely a memorable evening.

Thank you Deborah for being such a wonderful host!

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One Fullerton,
1 Fullerton Road #01-06
Singapore 049213

Opening hrs:
Lunch: Mon – Fri 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
Dinner & Bar: Mon – Thu 5pm – 1am
Fri & Sat 5pm – 3am


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