Artichoke is a Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant in the heart of Singapore’s Arts and Heritage district. At the helm is chef-owner Bjorn Shen, who’s been slinging out plates of tasty food to you beautiful peeps since 2010. Artichoke is an extension of Bjorn’s slapstick personality; inspired by his favourite movie, You Don't Mess with the Zohan. Go watch it if you haven't.
Artichoke is probably the least authentic Middle-Eastern restaurant around. And that's exactly how it should be. The food is fun and creative; drawing inspiration from Middle-Eastern flavours and ingredients, as opposed to being traditional. Imagine funky stuff like cuttlefish shawarma, beetroot or broccoli or sweet potato falafels (IKR?), malabi milk pudding with watermelon for something sweet, and a roasted half-head of cauliflower slathered in yogurt (the absolute bomb, we promise), all served to a backdrop of 60’s soul and 90’s hip-hop.
If you get thirsty, Artichoke has got you covered with a mean wine list, ice-cold beers, ciders, Sunday Punch cocktails and a killer G&T. If that ain't your thing, or if you're under age, don't break a sweat. The bar at Artichoke also pumps out Turkish sodas, housemade Turkish tea and solid coffee all day from our friends Common Man Coffee Roasters.
BOOK AN EVENT
Artichoke has a sun-lit air-conditioned Private Dining Room available for exclusive booking - for 8 guests (in keeping with current Safe Management guidelines), or a wedding party of up to 20 guests. Hit us up for more information, or click here to find out how we can host your next event.
This form is purely for event requests - not meal reservations (that's the section above)!
WE HAD A
Enjoyed your meal and wanna take a piece of us home with you? Or wanna buy a sick gift for a totally undeserving friend? Sorry you missed your chance to get your grubby hands on our cookbook. 267 pages of recipes and gnarly stories from behind the line. Uncensored and unfiltered. 2000 printed - we kept a couple for Bjorn's grandkids. Completely sold out on Amazon and in bookstores. Don't even try. If you see one in the wild, grab it... or prepare for a life of ragrat.