665°F

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~$100/pax
Sitting at the top of Andaz Singapore at Level 38, 665°F is the hotel’s premium grillhouse, where you can take in the rich interior inspired by classic Savile-Row tailor shops and stunning views of the Singapore skyline. Named after the temperature of the Pira oven and grill in which sits in the heart of a show kitchen, 665°F is a cosy dining experience specialising in halal-certified prime cuts and sustainable seafood.
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5 Fraser Street
Level 38 Andaz Singapore
Singapore 189354

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
06:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

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Even though Pastry Chef Fiona Ting was away on holiday when I visited “665 Degrees Fahrenheit” with family, Head Chef Josephine made sure we got to indulge in Fiona’s latest creations when the time came for desserts.
There were three in total for the four of us to share, each thoughtfully executed to satisfy whatever mood we may have been in to end our meal on.
My niece and I were especially besotted with the marvellous Mille Feuille. Stacked tall with elegant dollops of the intoxicatingly fragrant Valrhona Strawberry Inspiration cremeux and pastry creme, it also had organic gooseberry jam and pop rocks smuggled away in there for more taste and textural dimension.
This is a must-order even if you are stuffed from all the food that preceded.

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The large, very fresh lobster was smothered in a lip-smacking rich sauce that was both creamy and bright. If you feel like splurging on a piece of crustacean that won’t disappoint, this would be a good bet.

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At $18++, they may not be cheap but I have to say, the steakhouse-style, thick-cut Truffle Fries are dangerously addictive. They are crisp on the outside and beautifully soft and mealy on the inside. The aroma of the truffle is strong and to make it even more intense, the fries come with a side of truffle-laced aioli for dipping.
Other side dishes you can also consider getting are the Green Asparagus ($20++) and Mac & Cheese ($15++) that I thought were executed on point.

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