Plentyfull is a dual concept restaurant that serves the office crowd by day and becomes a full service restaurant by night located at Millenia Walk. A stone’s throw away from Promenade MRT, it is one a few F&B establishments that have popped out at Millena Walk.
When you first enter Plentyfull, you’ll see fresh fruits, snacks & beverages on the left and cakes & coffee on the right. Anything there can be purchased to go.
Everything on the menu, down to the sauces, are handmade from scratch.
Their menus are constantly changing as they encourage their chefs to come up with ideas and take turns to create the ‘Chef’s special’ on the menu.
The Matcha Latte ($6.50) was very fragrant, but was a little more milky than usual caffeinated drinks.
A perfect balance of sweet and sour, this Seasonal Juice ($9) is a mixture of apple, pineapple and passionfruit. I was surprised at how everything worked so well together.
The Seasonal Milkshake (Oreo) ($12) was so rich and well blended, topped with oreos, marshmallows, chocolate sticks and fruit loops. Milkshakes are probably the best desserts ever invented.
This was my favourite drink and was so interesting. The Coffee of the Month ($10) was this Lavender Latte. It comes with a macaroon, and had such a beautiful lavender taste infused with the latte. There are 3 sections to the cup – first being the empty side, followed by honey and then lavender. You can choose to drink from any 3 sides and enjoy it the way you like. My personal favourite was the lavender side as it enhanced the lavender flavour to this latte.
I was really impressed by the House Flatbread ($12). The bread wasn’t too hard and so fragrant. It was served with 2 options of nori butter or elderflower caramel & EVO oil. Personally, I preferred the nori butter as it was so fragrant. It is a vegetarian option too.
We then had the House Charcuterie. They have 4 different options and you can choose to have them separately or together – 5 J Jamon Iberico ($22), 777 Duck breast Prosciutto ($16), Beetroot and Ginger Cured Ocean Trout ($18), Szechuan Peppered Swordfish Belly Ham ($16)
If you have them together, you can choose from 2 sizes – Regular ($38) or Large ($46).
A refreshing appetiser, the Organic Tofu “Caprese” ($16) consists of silken tofu dressed in aged ponzu with plum tomatoes, shallot & seeds. If you’re looking for something light on your palette, consider having this dish.
I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve never heard of a vegetable tart. This eye popping dish is their Seasonal Vegetable Tart ($16). All the vegetables are natural and not artificially coloured. Be daring and try the flowers on this tart too, they are all edible.
You can’t deny that this dish was so beautifully plated. The The Grilled Spiced Lamb Ribs ($30) fell off the bone easily, and was served with smoked yoghurt, edamame & horseradish. A gluten free dish that is a must try.
This unique dish will really catch your attention. This sweet, vibrantly pink coloured Beetroot Risotto ($24) is made from arborio rice, with a combination of beetroot & pecorino cheese. It was the first time I had a sweet, not savoury, risotto, and was actually really amazed with how it tasted.
Another gluten free dish was the Grilled Natural Grass Fed Striploin ($36) with miso tahini, leeks & veal jus. The seeds on top are mustard seeds added a subtle flavour to the dish. The striploin was seasoned just nicely, however a little to dry for my liking and the sauce was lacking.
Served in a chinese dim sum basket was the 5-Spiced Duck Leg Confit ($28) with mantou. I loved the refreshing cucumber & radish salad at the side.
Moving on to my favourite part of every meal, desserts!
Carefully crafted was the Rose & Strawberry Panna Cotta ($14) with sable breton, balsamic vinegar reduction and sorbet. This dish not only looks stunning but also tastes great. I loved how there was a pie crust at the bottom of the panna cotta to balance out the sweetness.
The Coconut Creme Brûlée ($14) was so smooth and the caramelised sugar on top gave it the right crunch. The white swirls are coconut ribbons and this dish comes with a side of salted gula melaka ice-cream.
Crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the Miso Souffle ($16) was perfectly paired with the toasted walnut ice cream.
#01-79/80 Millenia Walk,
9 Raffles Blvd
Nearby MRT: Promenade