Serving predominantly Asian Fusion cuisine, Staple is a visible departure from sister company Qi Ji, but harks back to the same principles of redefining the nation’s favourites while still preserving our cultural roots.
The menu includes a selection of mains, sides, drinks and dessert with a focus on mixing the old and new.
Here’s what to expect at Staple:
Assam Squid Ink
Pasta cooked in house assam recipe, served with sotong. Sour and spicy, just like some of your aunties.
The king of all laksas: rich and creamy pasta with a spiced kick, completed with tiger prawns, clams and scallops.
Slow-braised beef cooked in an indulgent signature Rendang sauce, served with Sunny Side Up Egg. Comes with a choice of rice or pita bread.
Nugget-size otah bites served with sambal mayo. Comes in a set of eight pieces.
Beef Rendang Pita Pocket
Makcik-approved beef rendang served with pickled red onions and sour cream alongside toasted coconut.
The kantang cousin gone local: Sweet Potato Fries topped with sedap Curry Sauce and Black Soy Sauce. Great for sharing!
Cauliflower roasted with house sambal chilli and delicately braised in coconut broth. Served with green beans and rice crisps.
Sambal Hot Wings
Deep fried chicken wings coated in house sambal hot sauce.
Drinks & Dessert
Staple Cold Brew
Nanyang-style coffee with a kick. Contains dairy.
Not your usual light and refreshing drink.
Iced Lemon Tea
Homemade black tea with lemon slices.
Nanyang coffee-infused Tiramisu. Contains dairy.
How to get there
To be honest, we are unsure if Staple allows dine-in. From our research, it seems like a takeaway-only eatery. Information on their social media is minimal, and the website listed is not functioning.
That aside, you can order Staple from major delivery platforms like Deliveroo, Foodpanda and GrabFood, as long as you are within delivery radius of Funan Mall, where the eatery is located.
Photos by Staple.