Edit Nov 2017: The Twenty Cavan has ceased operations.
I dropped by on a Friday night and this place is sure hard to miss if not for that beacon of light peering though the glass window. The Twenty Cavan is located near to Jalan Besar stadium, so if you’re ever lost, just ask someone for “Cavan Road”.
The pork berry (lol it was a actually a typo but why not right) was well marinated and tender. Surprisingly, I thought that the blueberry sauce would give a sour tinge to the dish but instead, it made the dish slightly sweet and intriguing.
I’m not a fan of couscous, but I’m going to award them for their effort in this fusion dish. There are wolfberries on the couscous!
I am always reluctant to order roast chicken at cafes because I don’t think they would do a decent job but The Twenty Cavan nailed this dish. The roast chicken was nicely done. The juices of the chicken were still locked below a blanket of crispy chicken skin. Say oomph! The dish is also topped with an assortment of nuts which includes walnut and macadamia! Plus, at yet another attempt to do fusion, they rightly paired the roast chicken with pulut hitam. I do feel that the dish could function well on its own without the homemade Thai Chilli sauce but hey, I’m not complaining.
This dessert is big enough for 2 to 3 persons. It wasn’t as sour as I had hoped it would be though, and the berry sauce was a tad too much. I do want to try out the other desserts the next time I’m here.
Overall, The Twenty Cavan has something new to offer. If you’re going in a large group of 8, I suspect their menu could be adequately covered. Hoping to see new additions to the menu the next time I’m there!
20 Cavan Road, Singapore 209851
11am to 11pm daily, closed on Mondays