As HuffPost Life said it, food & drinks bring people together and the NEW KOMYUNITI by YOTEL aspires to build a community within their F&B space as well. Located on the 10th level of YOTEL, this up-and-coming restaurant has a carefully curated menu of 18 dishes with them being an amalgamation of Chef Mark’s experiences and ideas as well as making its debut, KOMYUNITI’s brand new cocktail menu under the supervision of F&B manager As’ad. The cocktails are designed with unique concoctions which are split into 4 categories – Bittersweet, Tropical, Sours, and Timeless. And you know what? There’s even a co-working space in the restaurant too! For people who loves to network, socialise, relax, co-work, meet, eat and drink within a specially-designed space, you can definitely achieve all of that at KOMYUNITI by YOTEL! Personally, I think it’s a great place to unwind with your friends after a hectic day of work!

As you can see, the concept at KOMYUNITI is more of a communal style of dining and that means it’s best to invite more people to enjoy the meal together. Any particular dish here that has already caught your eye?

From left to right – Tropic Thunder, Tiki Chin Chin and Mexico City
All three belongs to the Tropical Section and showing you them because they are my favourite drinks. So apt for the hot weather in Singapore! Very refreshing!

La Negra Rita 
Kaffir leaf-infused tequila blanco, charcoal syrup, orange liqeur, fresh lime, citrus foam, orange blossom water & black salt.
Another FAV drink of mine and it’s in the Sours section! It was easy to drink, has a nice fruity profile and the black salt adds a hint of saltiness which is a stark contrast to the overall sweetness. I’ll order this again, for sure!

Salmon Poke
Salmon Poke was fresh, well-marinated and flavoursome. Pair them with old school crackers (seen in the picture) for maximum pleasure! Now, where’s my drink?

Beef Tartare 
This was not too bad! Beef wasn’t too gamey and it comes with toasted bread! But I’ll still stick with my Salmon Poke!

Mama’s Tomato Soup
Can’t remember the other soup (cos we all didn’t like it) but the Mama’s Tomato Soup was really flavourful. It shared a similar resemblance to the tomato spread you put on pizza but it was tastier. Very comforting to have it before your main course!

Fried Brussels Sprouts
Always love a good Brussels Sprouts and the rendition at KOMYUNITI was 👍🏻 Flavour was good and it was not too oily. Addictive and goes really well with your beer/cocktail!

Buttermilk Fried Chicken 
My FAV dish (no, everyone) at KOMYUNITI because the Buttermilk Fried Chicken was SO DARN GOOD, I didn’t want to share this with anyone. It was flavourful, crispy and not too oily. Loving the mash at the bottom as well. Secretly hoping for another portion of this! Highly recommended!

Slow Roasted Duck Breast 
Not into duck dishes but this was good. Duck breast was’t tough or gamey but instead tender and flavoursome. Again, the mash at the side was a great complement.

Roasted Pork Belly 
HMMMM… This was good! I will definitely order this over the Duck Breast. Roasted Pork Belly was soft and tender, and I’m loving the fat-to-meat ratio! One word to describe it – SHIOK ah!

Apple Walnut Cake 
The desserts at KOMYUNITI were pretty good too! Walnut cake was soft and moist. Paired with a scoop of classic Vanilla ice cream for maximum pleasure!

Caramelised Banana Cake 
Mad love for this Banana Cake and I literally couldn’t stop myself from going mouth after mouth. It has a strong banana flavour and the cake is super moist!

Hay Pannacotta
Not particularly fond of this dessert cos I thought it tasted pretty weird for me! But my friend said it was nice! Oh well, you decide for yourself!




Nearest Mrt Station: Orchard
Location: 366 Orchard Road Level 10, YOTEL, Singapore 238904
What To Order: Cocktails, Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Salmon Poke, Brussels Sprouts, Roasted Pork Belly and Banana Cake
Restaurant Rating: 3.5/5
Food Ratings: 8/10

Written by: Yong Wei Kai (Follow me on Instagram @yongweikai or @sgcafehopping)

Wei Kai

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Yong Wei Kai
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