Dylan Ong, The Masses

Dylan Ong, The Masses

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24 September 2020
Bern's Bites: The Masses 10.0 Menu
The Masses 10.0 menu in three years and a half. A Franco-Asian restaurant set up by a relentless independent Singaporean chef Dylan Ong, the team at the Masses believes in happiness in service to others. A few things are top priority at The Masses: hospitality, catering to the local palate, and delivering great value. The team’s dedication to the mission to make “chi-chi” French cuisine accessible to the masses has helped keep the homegrown brand down-to-earth. Chef Dylan, who has vivid memories of his Singaporean hawker parents selling kway chap, worked hard with his team to develop the Masses 10.0 menu. Catch this podcast to find out more.

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19 June 2019
Influence: Dylan Ong, Chef-Owner, The Masses
With nothing priced over $30, The Masses stays rooted to its promise to offer good food while staying affordable for its customers. Two years and several rounds of improvements to the menu later, the restaurant is now at its menu’s 7th version and continues to create neo-local dishes packed with great value and rich flavours. Dylan Ong, Chef-Owner of The Masses talks about his restaurant. He was also nominated as The Straits Times’ Singaporean of the Year 2015, and was one of those awarded with the Singapore Business Review’s ten ‘Hottest 40 and Under Restaurateurs 2014’.

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