Scissors Paper Stove is an amalgamation of different Asian cultures, a careful selection of details, and a discovery of familiarity.
Just like the game rock-paper-scissors, dining at Scissors Paper Stove is meant to be a fun experience where you get to share delicious Asian inspired tapas and great drinks with friends.
When it comes to Asian dining culture, sharing is a tradition that is deeply ingrained in our roots. As such, Scissors Paper Stove has tried to recreate that nostalgia by serving its sharing dishes in colourful Tingkats (tiered Chinese lunchboxes) reminiscent of old Singapore “sharing is caring culture” back in the kampung days.
Food wise, Scissors Paper Stove’s menu is largely influenced by big and bold Western flavours with a tiny Asian hint that is oh-so-familiar with many. Besides that, you will be able to choose from as many as 16 different varieties of tapas dishes. You can also choose from a selection of two, four or six tapas dishes, making sharing and feasting a joy as you gorge yourself with different complex flavour profiles.
Located along the row of shophouses at Teck Chye Terrace – a short stroll away from NEX – alongside the famous laksa steamboat, Ah Seah Teochew Porridge and a bunch of other eateries, Scissors Paper Stove is easily the standout. Deck out in shades of “millennial” pastel, you should definitely pay Scissors Paper Stove a visit and also take one for the gram while you are at it.
Scissors Paper Stove 9 Teck Chye Terrace Singapore 545720 Opening hours / Information: Monday to Sunday: 12pm to 12am +65 6242 0021 firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook | Instagram