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The Naked Finn

A seafood restaurant in the art cluster of Gillman Barracks

The Naked Finn

39 Malan Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 109442
+65 6694 0807
Mon closed
Tue-Thur 12:00–15:00, 18:00–22:00
Fr-Sat 12:00–15:00, 18:00–22:30
Sun closed
Cost: $70+
Set menu: $138

This casual-style cosy restaurant is hidden in one of the oldest former military quarters in the Gillman Barracks, a contemporary arts cluster that is home to leading international art galleries.  Ken Loon, The Naked Finn owner opened the restaurant with a humble philosophy: ‘less is more’, preserving the original flavours of high-quality ingredients by using only olive oil and sea salt. 

While in the neighbourhood make sure to pop by a few art galleries such as Ota Fine Arts for example.

Cuisine: Asian fusion/seafood

We recommend: for lunch try lobster roll, prawn noodles, pan-fried barramundi, grilled Mozambique lobsters; baby Indian squid, scallop carpaccio, wild-caught skilfish for dinner; house-made fresh coconut sorbet for dessert.

Amosphere: lively/ hip

Crowd: businessmen, art collectors, famous architects, travellers, foodies.

Key info: A two-minute walk will bring you to Nekkid bar, a perfect place to enjoy a cocktail after your dinner. Nekkid is a small gastro bar by the same owners, with delicious signature burgers and truffle fries. While both places are casual, the restaurant is slightly more formal.

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