Christmas Eve Lunch at Supply & Demand (Orchard Gateway)


Supply & Demand serves up food that is a fusion of Italian and Asian delights (more on that later). It's first outlet was at Esplanade and than there is the one at Orchard Gateway. Supply & Demand is tucked away in a corner of level 2 of the shopping mall; it was relatively easy to find. When we arrived at about 1 in the afternoon, the restaurant was packed with hungry diners, some of who were almost done with their meals and others waiting for theirs to arrive! But thankfully there wasn't a long queue and so we ended up waiting for less than 10 minutes before we were seated near the window at a cozy corner. 

The decor was a nice and earthly ambiance with warm lighting and dark wooden furniture being used. There are both outdoor and indoor seating, with promotions and specials being written on a chalkboard (how old school!). Service-wise, the servers were attentive and served up the bottle of water efficiently, food was served almost within minutes of each other and payment was a breeze.

Now onto the food. They were having a 3+1 set lunch promotion, but unfortunately we only had the 2 of us. For a fuller view of the menu (pun intended), do check this out so that you can decide what you want before you get there:
Full Menu Downloadable at ChewingYum

O wells, between the two of us we had the Provincale Pizza - Tomato Sauce, Mozearellt, Onion, Chicken Chunks with a Soft Egg Set in the Center (S$18),  Asian Inspired Pasta Spicy Pork with Thai Basil Pasta - Pasta in Thai Inspired Flavors of Stir-Fried Spicy Pork Loin with Thai Basil (S$20), and Carbonara Classico - Carbonara minus the cream sauce (S$20). We shared the pasta and thankfully we did too, because if we had not shared and just ate the same pasta throughout the meal it would have been a 'tiring' affair.

Provincale Pizza - Tomato Sauce, Mozearellt, Onion, Chicken Chunks with a Soft Egg Set in the Cente
Provincale Pizza (Before): This would have to be one of my favorite pizzas! Highly Recommended
Provincale Pizza - Tomato Sauce, Mozearellt, Onion, Chicken Chunks with a Soft Egg Set in the Cente
Provincale Pizza (After): The crust was thin and delectable and the cheese was just the right amount, not to mention that soft yolk once broken added a unique creamy yummy eggy texture and taste. I usually don't eat the crust of pizzas because they tend to be too hard and dry, but there was none of that here and I finished it all!
Carbonara Classico - Carbonara minus the cream sauce
Carbonara Classic: Basically Carbonara without the cream. It was an odd concoction and was a tad too dry to our liking (the pasta stuck to each other and clumped) with a tinge of sourness to it. To eat all of it would  take courage because even without the cream, it was a heavily pasta. Good to share.
Asian Inspired Pasta Spicy Pork with Thai Basil - Pasta in Thai Inspired Flavors of Stir-Fried Spicy Pork Loin with Thai Basil
Asian Inspired Pasta Spicy Pork with Thai Basil: This pasta was actually not bad. It was like eating Thai Basil and spicy pork, the only difference was that it was pasta not rice. The downside of this dish was that it was a tad too salty, hence if one were to finish it all in one setting it might leave you very thirsty. It was good thing we shared the pastas, so alternating between the two (salty and sour) was good. Good to share.


For everything, it cost us about S$68++ and it was a pretty happy meal. Average cost per person would be around S$30. Would definitely go back to try out the other dishes! Thanks Dy for the recommendation!  :)


Supply & Demand

Orchard Gateway, 277 Orchard Road #02-13/14 Singapore 238858
Tel: +65 67026218
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 10:30pm (Mon-Sun)
Other branch: Esplanade, Colours By The Bay, 8 Raffles Avenue #01-13 Singapore 039802
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