Seabream Carpaccio (7 Course Spring Dinner Menu at $198++). Last few chances for this menu, as Lewin Terrace would be launching their Summer Menu soon. 🔸 To recap, my dinner for the Spring Menu here started with an amuse bouche of a cornet of caviar, followed by: * Seabream Carpaccio * Crab meat crumble with uni * Foie gras terrine with cherry compote * Lobster in lobster white wine sauce * Smoked Japanese wagyu * Strawberry rosehip granita * Matcha ice cream with warabi mochi and chocolate sauce (Check my previous posts for photos and my review of these dishes.) 🔸 The dinner was surprisingly good, thanks to Chef de Cuisine Chef Hiroyuki Shinkai's interpretation of French cuisine fused with the use of premium Japanese ingredients. Meticulous execution. 🔸 [Hosted - #lewinterrace] #foodphotography #fujixt2 #exploresingapore #burpple #amusebouche #singaporeinsiders #eatoutsg #foodiegram #sgfood #instasg #foodstagram #instafood #instafood_sg #hungrygowhere #foodgasm #sgfoodblogger #vscofood #sgig #cafehoppingsg #stfoodtrending #michelinguide #michelinsg #sgdinner #finedining #tapas #sgdinner
Justin
3d
ALERT TO ALL MATCHA LOVERS🚨 @LewinTerrace has launched Oh! Matcha dessert buffet, with exquisitely crafted dessert made from scratch using premium grade Japanese matcha. Chef de Cuisine Hiroyuki Shinkai will create them in-house daily. Trays of irresistible treats such as Warabimochi, Matcha Tiramisu, Matcha Swiss Roll Cake, Matcha Madeleine and more. The list is just exhaustive! • Indulge in these matcha desserts to your heart content at $38++ per pax or choose to top it up in a 3-course exclusive set lunch at $58++ with mains such as Chicken Breast with Gourmand Sauce or Sword Fish with Green Olive Paste. • Oh! Matcha Dessert Buffet will be available from now till 31 Aug 2018, on Tuesdays to Fridays from 1 pm to 3 pm. You may wish to call 63339905 or email to [email protected] to reserve first! • Lewin Terrace Address: 21 Lewin Terrace, Fort Canning, Singapore 179290 #lewinterrace #OhMyOhMatcha
Cassie
3d
Matcha Dessert Buffet ($38++). These are premium grade Japanese Uji Matcha, and we can now have unlimited servings of these matcha desserts specially crafted in-house daily by Chef de Cuisine Hiroyuki Shinkai and Chef Hiroyuki Takegoshi of Lewin Terrace. 🔸 Their "Oh! Matcha Dessert Buffet" are infused with handpicked, stone-grind matcha from Uji, Japan, featuring both delicate French pastries and Japanese classics such as: * Matcha Madeleine * Matcha Canelé * Crème Brûlée * Matcha Macaron * Warabi Mochi * Shiramata Dango * Matcha Swill Roll with Adzuki Beans * Matcha Chiffon. (Swipe through to see my photos of other desserts here, and the dessert buffet table would be shown in the last picture.) 🔸 "Oh! Matcha Dessert Buffet" is also available in a 3-course set lunch menu at a special price of $58++, which includes an appetizer and main (I'll share more on this another time). 🔸 This matcha dessert buffet will be available till 31st August 2018, Tuesdays to Fridays, from 1pm to 3pm at Lewin Terrace. 🔸 To make a reservation: 📞+65 6333 9905 📨[email protected] 📍 Lewin Terrace 21 Lewin Terrace Fort Canning Singapore 179290 (Main entrance situated at 23-B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807) 🔸 [Hosted - #OhMyOhMatcha] #burpple #burpplesg #instafood_sg #cafesg #sgfoodie #foodpornsg #eatoutsg #sgfoodies #sgeats #foodsg #sgfoodporn #singaporefood #hungrygowhere #foodiesg #cafehoppingsg #sginstagram #8dayseat #cafehopping #yoursingapore #sgigfoodies #sgcafe #whati8today #sgrestaurant #singaporeinsiders #matchalover #matcha #抹茶 #macarons #sgbuffet
Justin
5d
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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
13w
Capellini Pasta | Black Truffle | Pecorino The pecorino absolutely stamp it's signature flavour and adds texture to this pasta appetizer. Once again, it reaffirms OSO's prime position as one of our most consistent Italian restaurant for a long time since and many more years to come!
Steve
25w
Ravioli With Parma Ham So disappointed with the 5 course set ($80++) that I found to be mediocre and expensive; Started with a haphazardly plated appetiser of raw salmon, radish and salad; this was followed by ravioli stuffed with parma ham that tasted like luncheon meat with overly rich and pungent goat cheese; next was the worst course - tasteless lump of crab meat coated with nondescript tasting sauce with simply sautéed broccoli and tomatoes as sides; up next was beef cheek on a dollop of cream potatoes and sweet wine sauce; last course was lemon cream tart topped with berries - tart shell tasted like low quality pre-made stuff...I could have just gone to Tanjong Pagar hawker centre for better and cheaper food.. highly NOT RECOMMENDED
SH
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Bincho-Roasted Aubergine H O S T E D I know you’re thinking: “What the heck is that?” Well, it’s an addictively tasty aubergine dish. First roasted over Japanese bincho charcoal, then peeled and chilled, the aubergine (or eggplant) has a sexy smokiness and a texture that’s on point - yieldihg easily to the bite but not overly mushy. The halves of it wallow in a rambunctious sauce of sesame oil, Greek yogurt andJapanese chill oil. Throwing on roasted wild rice is a clever touch as we all know it never hurts to invite crunchiness to a party.
Veronica
1w
NEW MENU of French-Japanese Cuisine H O S T E D T A S T I N G As of December 2017 when new Owner-Chef Jeremmy Chia took over the reins at “Le Binchotan”, he introduced not just a new menu but a new vision for the brand. This is now a place where you can expect to savour his style of innovative creations that feature a blend of French and Japanese cuisines with the use of Binchotan incorporated into nearly every dish. The distinctive character of this Japanese “no flare” charcoal that burns more steadily, was creatively showcased to appetising results in the numerous items we were served last night. A dessert included. To accompany his delicious creations, resident mixologist Gwendoline can be counted on to concoct any type of tipple you desire. Instead of simply choosing from the menu, I had asked her to surprise me and she did just that with a very pretty gin-based cocktail that contained raspberry liqueur, passion fruit syrup, lemon juice and egg white. It made me smile from ear to ear. I liked all the dishes we had but if you’re to ask me which I’d rush back for, these would be them: 1) Bafun uni with corn custard, binchotan-charred corn, sea salt and shoyu pearls ($25++) - I loved the stunning mix of oceanic flavour with summery sweetness and the savoury. 2) Binchotan-roasted aubergine that was peeled, chilled and smothered in a sauce of sesame oil, greek yogurt and Japanese chilli oil and finished with crispy wild rice - a surprisingly appealing combination. 3) Little neck clams and enoki mushrooms in a sake-based broth with a bed of vichyssoise beneath ($20++) - the novel 2-step way of enjoying this was a bonus. 4) Braised beef cheek in molasses - fork-tender and fantastic in flavour, a must order for all red meat lovers. 5) Sakura ebi and shio kombu capellini ($27++) - a simple but perfect bowl of carbs with the 1-min-cooked pasta coated in the most scrumptiously umami olive oil. Please note a couple of the dishes mentioned above are only available for weekday lunch as part of their customisable set meal in 2, 3 or 4 courses (priced at $27++, $37++, $42++ respectively).
Veronica
4w
New Set Lunch Menu With some dinner dishes available as ala carte during lunch as well. Since the previous owner left for Shanghai, chef Alex and Immanuel from garçons have taken over and thus I'm super excited about the shift in menu and dishes. With their background in French cuisine whatever they churn out is bound to be good, esp since they just got recognised by Singapore tatler dining recently
Wuu
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Celery Custard And Buckwheat $10 Hearing alot about this one, I knew I had to try it. The outlandish pairing of celery and custard certainly works, but mostly in such a way where the richness and vanilla notes of the custard dominates the mild, aniseed nuances of the vegetable. Texturally, this is very enjoyable, with the brunoise of celery providing juicy crunch in addition to the nutty grittiness of the buckwheat crumble, contrasting very well with the cold, creamy custard. Taste: 3.5/5
Jason
3d
Cedar Jelly And Foie Gras Toast $16 That ain’t gun powder out on my dash, that’s raw white – a flurry of shaved foie gras piled high onto fluffy, cedar jelly slathered brioche. The foie dissolves in the mouth almost instantly, leaving behind an imprint of airy umami that’s addictive enough to snort lines of, whilst the cedar jelly is all subtle minty sweetness, reminding us of jam on toast. Taste: 4/5
Jason
3d
Marinated Squid $12 Expectations were high after seeing numerous rave reviews online. Perhaps it was mismatched expectations but based on the minimalist menu name, I was thinking our first dish of the night would be some manner of whole grilled squid. What we got instead was finely chopped up squid that was missing the crucial texture one would associate with it, piled atop a no doubt nicely crusty piece of sourdough. Squarely average and not the mindblowing introductory experience to Le Bon Funk I was anticipating by far. Skip this and go straight to the flavour bomb that is the Beef Tongue And Gribiche Sammy. Taste: 3/5
Jason
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