Homestyle Braised Pork Belly S$58.00++ Our favourite dish of the night is this claypot goodness that brims with tea tree mushroom, mushroom garlic rice and unctuous pork belly.
Service at Birds Of A Feather befits a fine dining establishment (though it's not).
Birds Of A Feather is no run-of-the-mill Sichuan restaurant. The loud and boisterous Sichaun flavours we know have taken an ettique lesson and we love it.
Loved the menu with the printed drawings instead of actual photos of the food.
Birds of a Feather serves up modern Sichuan at Amoy Street in Chinatown, Singapore. We recently revisited Birds of a Feather, we are happy to report that it still has a great buzz, killer cocktails and awesome food.
You can completely walk in to savour a slice of cake with coffee brewed from beans roasted in China by the owner’s chain of 40 cafés branded Good Wood Coffee, most of which are in Chengdu.
Overall the dishes here are worth-checking out if you are adventurous enough to have a taste of modern Sichuan cuisines.
I've been to Birds of a Feather three times, and I can foresee myself returning again, and again. Not only is the food great, the service is commendable too.
My friends sampled my beverage, and both fell in love as well. This coffee sure ruffles feathers.
Birds of a Feather has an interesting and strong dining concept that I enjoyed very much.
Overall, the folks at the Birds of a Feather Cafe have done a good job in setting up another trendy cafe in Singapore, but with some differences.
I'll come back here again if someone else pays, especially since they had an encouraging-looking cocktail bar too.
A place good for dates, after-work chill for drinks and somewhere worth checking out simply for their Western-Sichuan fusion fare that is pretty unique for new flavours to introduce to the taste buds.
Birds of A Feather is easily one of the more outstanding new restaurants this year. The food is delicious, hearty and stays true to its theme.
Birds of A Feather is the new all-day dining, cafe and bar in Amoy Street featuring western cuisine with a pronounced Sichuan influence.