Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights - A view of a stall

Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights – Esplanade, Singapore

Formerly known as a food enclave in Shaw Towers Bugis, Wild Market kicks it up a notch with a wonderfully “wild” multi-play concept with fun rooms housing activities such as Karaoke, nerf funs, video and board games – paired with communal dining and ice-cold drinks.

 

 

MEET, CHILL, PLAY & SING

 

Wild market features four different rooms – Meet, Chill, Play and Sing.

MEET – Perfect for private dining, meetings and functions. It comprises a long 240cm table and a TV screen for presentations

CHILL – Self-explanatory, this beanbag seating room offers a plethora of board games and a gaming console complete with video games for a relaxing night out

PLAY – this seasonal concept room starts off with nerf guns aimed at a target board. Add picture of nemesis on the target board to complete stress-relief therapy

SING – Amateur hobbyist or professional singer, this KTV room is completely soundproof and free for all

 

Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights - Interior

 

Wild market serves a variety of Japanese-inspired tapas and local delights that would regale any group looking for a good night out.

 

Avocado Mentaiko ($7.80) features slices of fresh avocado coated in a light batter, topped with savoury mentaiko mayonnaise. I have never tried this snack before, I would say that each crispy fritter gives way to the creamy avocado within, making this moreish snack a perfect entrée.

 

Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights - Avocado Mentaiko ($7.80)

 

Smoked salmon Guacamole ($11.80) is a lighter option, it comes with thinly sliced smoked salmon dotted with avocado emulsion. The salmon is fresh and taste fishy.

 

Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights - Smoked salmon Guacamole ($11.80)

 

Wild Bar Edamame ($4.80) – steamed Japanese soybeans tossed in a proprietary blend of sesame oil, garlic and chili flakes. It is definitely a refreshing dish, the sesame oil and chili flakes give another layer of dimension to the dish.

 

Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights - Plates

 

Wild market also serves heavier dishes such as Chicken Shish Kebab ($4.80), it comes with sticks of chicken thigh, breast and capsicums slathered in a house-blend marinade before being charred over a grill. It makes skewers full-flavoured, juicy and tender.

 

Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights - Chicken Shish Kebab ($4.80)

 

As I mentioned earlier, Wild market also serves local delights. Sambal Squid with Chorizo ($14.80) is one of signature dishes, A whole squid is barbecued, smothered in a full-bodied sambal sauce, and finally topped with charred bits of Spanish chorizo – mimicking the local way of topping hawker food with fried lard, with albeit a modern touch. The barbecued squid gives chewy texture.

 

Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights - Sambal Squid with Chorizo ($14.80)

 

The extensive menu also includes Garlic Fried Rice ($4.80 for a bowl), Sambal Quail Eggs ($7.80), Corn Cob Trio with kimchi or mentaiko butter ($9.80).

 

Wild Market Goes “Wild” with Exciting Multiroom Concept and Delectable Delights - More Food

 

Wild Market’s drinks menu from Wild Bar shows off a plethora of beers on tap, affordable wines and cocktails.

 

 

NAHMJ Verdict

 

Wild Market features a new multi-play concept as well as a variety of Japanese-inspired tapas and local delights. It is a great place for special occasions such as solemnisations and birthdays which customers are able to rent the entire rooms and space.

 

 

 

Wild Market

Shaw Towers, 100 Beach Road, #01-27, Singapore 189702
Tel: +65 9247 5319

FB: www.faceboook.com/wildmarketsg

 

Opening hours:

 

Monday – Thursday  0800 to 0000  |  Friday  0800 to 0200  |  Saturday  1600 to 0100  |  Closed on Sundays and selected Public Holidays

 

Getting There

 

By MRT:

  • Downtown line or East West line – Bugis station (DT14/EW12)
  • Circle line – Esplanade station

 

By Bus:

  • At or opposite Shaw Tower along Beach Road   100, 107, 107M, 961
  • At or opposite The Gateway along Beach Road   980
  • After Beach Road along Rochor Road   48, 57

 

Rating: 6.5/10

 

 

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