The Ottomani is an intimate yet lively New Middle Eastern supper club, blending a cutting edge culinary experience while conjuring the feelings of a bygone era where personal touch mattered.
The key element to everything at The Ottomani, from the design to the food, is fire. The intrigue and intimacy of oil lanterns in the space and food cooked with natural flame are central tenets to the guest experience. In the kitchen, a one of a kind custom designed wood-fired earth pit is used. Every night before going home the team builds a fire and burns it down to embers, burying the next night’s menu inside to slow roast overnight, providing a texture and depth of flavour unable to be replicated with more modern, less labour intensive, equipment. The nightly selection includes Sticky Pork Collar with a rub of Turkish Coffee, Palm Sugar and Szechuan Pepper; and Lamb Shoulder with Spiced Molasses and Sumac Gremolata.
The culinary team at The Ottomani takes traditional concepts and views them through a modern lens. In doing so, dishes are transformed into unique, elevated interpretations, and something distinctly “Ottomani”.
Hidden in the back of a heritage shop house on Peck Seah Street, the entrance is through a neighbourhood establishment making this truly a venue for those in the know. Capturing the service experience of days gone by, everything comes with a personal touch and a genuine approach at The Ottomani. With no bar in the space, the bartenders preparing drinks table side with a mobile trolley for an interactive experience.
||+65 9231 9316
||48 Peck Seah St, Singapore 079317
||Monday - Saturday
6:30pm - 12:00am
Closed on Sundays
Special Guest Chef
WGS Celebratory Menu
One-Off Gastronomic Specialties