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The dessert course of the spectacularly value for money, $25.90++ per person New Years Day set menu was a brilliant chocolate layered cake. I’m hoping that 5 Senses are baking their own cakes, but I do know for a fact that this takes the cake.

Granted, it looks unappealingly dry, but the sponge layers are adequately moist and have been thoroughly infused with the taste of sweet, slightly bitter chocolate. The mousse separating each sponge layer is light, yet deliciously chocolatey with a hint of bitterness to boot.

The bottom layer has a texture like a crunchy cookie: brittle, crunchy when bitten down into, and crumbs like a cookie. The frosting is also quite delightful, and is sweeter than the mousse and sponge cake that it cocoons to add a little variety on the palate.

It’s not the most revolutionary cake ever made, but you best believe I’ll have this cake and eat it too.

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The main course of 5 Senses Bistro’s New Year’s Day meal was a slab of peri peri chicken thigh, and while it wasn’t the most amazing thing ever, it was still deliciously delightful.

The skin is charmingly crispy with just right with the right amount of charring around the edges. The skin is tantalizingly spicy and savory, and the peri peri marinade isn’t just skin deep, it penetrates all the way through the thigh fillet.

The juicy meat is packed full of flavor, and is an utter joy to bite down into. The grilled corn cob on the side could do with a bit of butter, but it was fresh and sumptuously sweet.

All things considered, it’s a fantastic entrée that’s more than earned its place on the ridiculously value for money $25.90++ 3 course set.

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5 Senses’ New Year set menu lasted long after the New Year was but a hazy, alcoholic blur so that sluggards like me could get some. And boy was I glad I caught it before it was gone.

The three course meal ($25.90++ per head) consisted of the above pictured bowl of seafood bouillabaisse, a main of peri peri chicken thigh, and a dessert of chocolate layer cake. And I gotta say, at $25.90++, it’s quite decent value.

What I wasn’t expecting, however, was the unquestionable quality of the food. The seafood bouillabaisse wasn’t just loaded with fresh mussels, prawns and (unfortunately) slightly over cooked squid, the bouillabaisse itself was stunningly sublime.

The tomato broth is rich, briny and utterly umami after hours of slowly simmering with the seafood. As if the seafood wasn’t enough, there were a couple of superbly sweet cherry tomatoes that burst apart to deliver their palatable payload without much provocation.

To top it all off, there was an indecently irresistible wedge of pungently garlicky bread to mop up every last drop of that beautiful bouillabaisse.

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