Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Pan-fried Chicken (Image from OpenRice)
Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Crab Asparagus Salad (Image from OpenRice)Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Mains (Image from OpenRice)Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Pumpkin Squid Ink Gnocchi (Image from OpenRice)Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Sticky Date Pudding (Image from NOM’S Brand Ambassador, Julius)

Group Therapy Duxton

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Group Therapy Coffee is a homegrown brand that began as an events space in 2011 on the 2nd storey of a gentrified shophouse in Duxton. While continuing  to host bespoke events, it has since grown into a cafe serving from a focused menu of freshly prepared food, drink and desserts. Group Therapy has also expanded into a second cafe in Katong as well Scoop Therapy; an ice cream bar serving homemade ice cream in Balestier.

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Group Therapy Duxton will be serving up a Dinner Menu for this year’s Café Week. Menu items with an asterisk (*) tagged to it are items specially created for this year’s Café Week.

 

Group Therapy Dinner Menu

Group Therapy Dinner Menu

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Address: 49 Duxton Rd, #02-01, Singapore 089513

Review by NOM’S brand ambassador, Shericia:

In preparation for Café Week, Group Therapy has stepped out of their comfort zone from just serving ‘café food items’, to coming out with a specially designed three-course menu for their diners.

This meal will start off with a tangy crab & asparagus salad with orange vinaigrette to freshen up your taste buds, followed by one of the three mains (gnocchi, pan-fried chicken breast or stuffed squid). Lastly, to finish off the meal, a sumptuous looking plate of sticky toffee pudding topped with vanilla bean ice cream will be served, and this will guarantee to end your night on a sweet note.

Group Therapy Dinner Menu - Starter

Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Starter (Image from NOM’S Brand Ambassador, Shericia)

A light and refreshing start to the meal, this starter tasted as unique as it looks. However, I believe that this dish does require some unique palettes to truly enjoy it.

Group Therapy Dinner Menu - Pumpkin & Squid Ink Gnocchi with Parmesan Crisp

Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Pumpkin & Squid Ink Gnocchi with Parmesan Crisp (Image from NOM’S Brand Ambassador, Shericia)

Tasted similar to eating dumplings, these gnocchi were chewy and had a nice consistency. The squid ink flavour was distinct, yet the pumpkin ones were subtle. The parmesan crisp too added a nice bite and an additional kick of flavour.

Group Therapy Dinner Menu - Pan-fried Chicken Breast

Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Pan-fried Chicken Breast (Image from NOM’S Brand Ambassador, Shericia)

What truly stood out in this dish was the corn fritter. Tasted akin to eating Korean pancakes, the corn fritter was crispy and had a slightly chewy texture at the same time.

The chicken was nicely cooked, however, the hazelnut pesto was a tad too salty.

For her full review, please read here.

Review by NOM’S brand ambassador, Julius:

Group Therapy Dinner Menu - Mains

Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Mains (Image from NOM’S Brand Ambassador, Julius)

On the Pumpkin and Squid Ink Gnocchi with Parmesan Crisps:

A true test of gnocchi is the consistency and texture, which Group Therapy Coffee got them right, as it was a joy eating this plate. The Parmesan crisps alleviated the dish further by adding the savoury and saltiness touch.

On the Pan-fried Chicken Breast with Hazelnut Pesto and Corn Fritter:
The star of the dish was definitely the corn fritter as it was seasoned perfectly. If you have tried a frittata before, this is very near to it, as I absolutely love the corn kernels in it. As for the protein, the hazelnut pesto atop the pan-fried chicken breast gave it a nutty aroma, which complements the fritter, when eat together.

On the Stuffed Squid with Reduced Tomato Sauce:
Everyone knows that seafood and tomatoes are good friends and they go hand-in-hand in most dishes. This was no exception, as the chef decided to cook the tomatoes through the slow simmering process till it was reduced to a softer consistency, somewhat a relish. Next, fresh squid were stuffed with a meat paste and steamed, before serving with the tomato compote.

Group Therapy Dinner Menu - Sticky Date Pudding

Group Therapy Dinner Menu – Sticky Toffee Pudding (Image from NOM’S Brand Ambassador, Julius)

A meal is not complete without the coup de grace, the desserts, and the one thing that we all have a special place in our tummies for. For this Café Week, the menu from Group Therapy Coffee will end your meal on a sweet note with their ever-popular sticky toffee pudding served with vanilla caramel and vanilla bean ice cream. Think of the combination from the warmness of the pudding, sweetness of the caramel and coldness of the ice cream, as you scoop a portion into your mouth. Very slowly but surely, the warmth feeling develops and how you wish you could rush to your bed and snuggle in right away.

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