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Angus Beef Well presented with garlic chips on the side this dish was a well executed medium rare ‘heong’ piece of beef. Portion was a wee bit small and a tad expensive and at $38 you gotta be a big fan of beef to order this Located within the sixsenses hotel Duxton road yellow pot serves delicate delicious morsels of chinese cuisine. Waitstaff was excellent and altogether it was a great dining experience
Yvonne
2w
Lion Mane Mushrooms With Avocado Paste And Radish This starter was robust and very tasty. The mushrooms arrived in deep fried cubes with an avocado paste coating. Texture was like chicken meat and paired well with the avocado. Was it worth the $16? Aye!
Yvonne
2w
Started the great nite with beautiful cocktails ($24 ea) - Escape to Kaifeng (Chrysanthemum & Dry Gin), Date (Date Infused Brandy & Cava) & Chen Pi Collins (Mandarin Infused Gin & Sparkling Water) 🍸 King Ora Salmon Yu Sheng ($38) for Prosperity Toss 🥢 Braised White Cabbage ($12) tasted too sourish & I couldn’t detect the fragrance of Shao Xing wine 🥢 Roast Duck ($36) was average & slightly tough for me 🦆 Iberico Pork Cheek ($12) was my love! Served chilled as appetizer & it was so so so soft & yummy! 🐖 Steamed Kuhlbarra Barramundi ($30) uniquely served with scallion-ginger pesto was fresh & good 🐟 Grass-fed Tenderloin ($38) had the mala taste & I never like the ‘ma’ effect 🐄 Stir-fried Mee Sua ($23) was rich with chunks of tiger prawns & Hokkaido scallops 🦐 #burpple
Judy
41w
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Michelin’s GastroMonth Is A Fine Opportunity To Savour Wonderful Meals At Special Prices M E D I A P R E V I E W When the media preview invitation for Michelin’s GastroMonth slipped into my DMs, I could not refuse. Although I had planned on not attending any tastings in August, the moment I spotted one Michelin starred béni restaurant on the list of options, I didn’t hesitate to reply “yes” because their food is unforgettable. Plus I had been harbouring thoughts of a return visit. Shown above is the 6-course lunch #dégustation menu ($88++) available from 1st to 30th September as part of the Michelin Dining Series, held in conjunction with the Grand Prix Season in Singapore. All the dishes by Head Chef Kenji and his team, including the two created specially for this month-long event (one for lunch and one for dinner), are an exquisite blend of Japanese and French fine dining flavours and techniques. Every meal at béni starts off with what I consider the best little collection of bread in town. So when you dine here, even if you are trying to avoid carbs, I recommend making an exception. These fresh bakes by Pastry Chef Makoto should not be missed. Pick one, any one of the breads, tear it, smear on the unsalted butter and choose a salt to sprinkle over. Then before you know it, all that’s left is an empty bag. Appearing in a slender cup is the first course of incredibly sweet crab meat with leek in voluptuous cream form and caviar. Next, artistically plated barely seared, mostly raw bonito (tuna) boasting a hint of curry. Following that, an outrageously good chilled mushroom cream with truffle royale. This signature of Chef Kenji is to be eaten with a spoon that I swear, is ingeniously designed to heighten dining pleasure with its extended little lip. Hokkaido scallop with matsutake mushrooms and foam of creamy chicken sauce, one of the two new dishes, arrives at this point. To me, it’s comforting flavours innovatively represented. Then comes a crispy-scaled piece of Amadai. Exceedingly fresh, the fish is plated with a medley of gazpacho and avocado purée. Dessert is a gorgeous ensemble of fresh figs, a divine houjicha cream and blackberry sorbet. What I really appreciate is the $88++ set menu also includes a cup of tea or coffee because that’s how I love to end my meal. Sipping on a hot cuppa with the array of delectable petit fours by Chef Makoto is amongst the happiest of happy endings for me. For dinner, the promotion is for a 9-course at $238++ (usual: $258++). To get more info and make your bookings, please visit: guide.michelin.com/sg/events/gastromonth-2018
Veronica
1y
Dinner ($258) Second floor of mandarin gallery. Japanese-fusion kind of foods. Pricy but, the experience you get here is worth it. Dinner tasting menu is $258++ Crab-cauliflower, caviar. 4.25/5 Lobster-poached lobster, tomato stuffed with vegetable tartare and more lobster with beetroot puree and lobster sauce 4.25/5 Mushroom-creamy soup consisting of 4 kinds of mushroom, with a chawanmushi on the bottom 4.25/5 Scallop-celeria, truffle dressing 4.5/5 Egg-onion and red wine sauce. Quite rich and with the runny egg is somewhat like a soup4.5/5 Catch of the day-artichoke, crab, broth. Forgot what the fish was.. but has a really crispy skin, not really the flaky type 4.5/5 Kobe-potato puree, seasonal vegetables, 4.5/5 madeira sauce
Michael
1y
Mango Dessert This another tailored dish to suit my change in dietary! The dessert was placed on a frozen serving plate which keep the fruits chilled. Another nice and innovative dish!
Carol
1y
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Steak (From Lunch Set, $48++) Steak was well executed, although there could have been more seasoning and better rendering of fat. But still a very decent piece for its price!
Yan Xuan
45w
Angel Hair Crab Meat Pasta ($26) Everything is generally yummy! Would recommend: Burrata Tomahawk Any of their pastas They have lunch sets at $38++ for 3 courses and $48++ for 4 courses. Ala carte menu offers better variety in my opinion.
Yan Xuan
47w
5 Course Italian ($128++) 💕 Love the 1st course: Champagne Jelly and Fines Herbs Salad with Prawns, Caviar, Scallops, Tuna, Oyster and Crab Meat. Very refreshing & felt the initial alcohol rush to my brain 💕 2nd course was indeed A BIG Raviolo filled with Black Truffles Mousse. The Parmigiano Sauce & Aged Balsamico was fantastic! 💕 3rd course: Roasted and Smoked Seabass in Cherry Wood didn’t win my heart. The “smokeyness” was too strong that it gave me the “after cigarette” taste that I hated. I only had a tiny bite & that was it. Yuck! 💕 4th course was like a mini complete meal with Beef Tenderloin, Cooked sweetened Pear & Foie Gras Ice Cream. Beef was tender & juicy. Not a Foie Gras lover, so I gave the ice cream a miss after a tiny sampling taste 💕 Finale Sweets Moments were Tiramisu that I super like & enjoyed! 70% Chocolate Mousse was really good! Honey Cake was average. Lemon Crème-Raspberry was awful I almost puke. Panna Cotta-Pink Pepper was ok. I like the idea of serving these sweets in a box filled with coffee beans. I enjoyed the therapeutic aroma very much 💕 Great ambience dining place and a memorable Valentine date 💕 #burpple
Judy
2y
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Michelin doesn't always mean amazing. Honestly, the branches severely disappointed me, but an opportune short queue allowed me to try the OG; the branches do no justice to the brand name — it's way better here. - The soy chicken noodles ($3.30) had a decent bounciness, well complemented by the sauce and chili. The chicken was tender, though a tad too tough, and carried a good amount of flavour and fragrance. Good but not amazing or Michelin star good. - Is it worth the queue? Opt for Maria Virgin Chicken instead, it's in the same compound — better and has no queue. ----- 📍 335 #02-126 Smith St, Complex Market & Food Centre, Singapore 050335 ⏱️ (Mon-Sat) 10.30am-8.30pm; closed on Sundays
Evan
1w
I Like It With Rice 😄 The cheapest Michelin star dish in Singapore and purportedly, the world, is a humble plate of Cantonese-style soya sauce chicken from “Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle”. It is served with either rice or noodles and most people seem to opt for the latter but I prefer the former. Even though it comes splashed with the same dark sauce used to cook the chicken, I find rice more ideal as it’s a less intrusive sidekick to the juicy, tender flesh of the fragrant and very flavourful chicken. If you want a more authentic dining experience, I recommend checking out the original hawker stall located inside Chinatown Smith Street Market and Food Centre located at 335 Smith Street #02-126. Be prepared to queue though.
Veronica
41w
Hearty Plate Of Goodness Finally went to try this after seeing the good reviews! I ordered the noodles instead of the rice since many reviews recommended it (while my mum ordered the rice). And YES, indeed, the noodles were way better! Not that the rice was bad haha it was just nothing special. Whereas the noodles were springy and firm. 😋 The chicken was good too! Soft, juicy and well-marinated. But like what many reviews have mentioned, the char siew was GREAT 😻✨ You should definitely try it!!! The portions were more generous than I expected, considering the really affordable prices!! Be prepared to queue though, we started queuing at 10.05am and only got to eat at 11am 🌚 I really don't like queuing so I probably wouldn't be back again, but as a whole I really enjoyed this meal so it's pretty worth it just for a try :)
Ziyue
1y
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