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A Masterpiece Of Raw Talent. As though art directed purely for aesthetic reasons, the “Omega Bakudan Don” ($130) from @kishosg is an undeniably pretty palette of #PantoneColors. Yet, it is on the palate where it casually flexes its prowess as a masterpiece. @Chef_Kazu_Hamamoto first lays a base with duo of rice before going over it with thick “colour blocks” of different seafood that manages to evoke a gradient effect since it begins with the pale pink, fat-laced Wild-caught Blue Fin Otoro and segues into the light, creamy ochre of Hokkaido Bafun Uni before deepening to a luminous orange, that of housemade Shoyu Ikura and Chef’s own marinated organic egg yolk. The final two are almost a perfect match in vividness. Should you desire to partake in this precise artform where the ocean’s raw talent is presented by Chef Kazu in a deconstructed yet graphic style, look no further. Tap on @kishosg’s link in bio now on Instagram.
Veronica
6w
Part Of $450++ Omakase Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.
22w
Truffles On Wagyu Among the top sushi restaurants in Singapore, 2-Michelin-star Shoukouwa is my least liked, whereas no-star Ki-sho is my fav. Perhaps because in season it’s usually an uni orgy that sends sea urchin lovers to Cloud Nine. For the best experience, splurge for the $450++ Omakase dinner menu. Generous use of premium and extremely fresh ingredients, diversity of styles, and mastery of techniques by talented chef Hamamoto.
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short ribs The Manzo ($48++) features beef ribs slow cooked for 48 hours - the meat falls right off without much probing, and is extremely tender! It’s glazed with a Marsala wine sauce, sweet with a mix of spices. The beef retains its natural juices and went surprisingly well with the unconventional sauce. Am looking forward to a return visit!
R
8w
seafood stew First of all, I must say that the service here is impeccable! The staff are warm, welcoming and extremely attentive to your needs - it really elevates your dining experience. The Cacciucco ($44++) is a homely seafood stew of Tuscan origins. The soup was thick and savoury with plenty of brine. Was surprised to find such variety and large servings of seafood - there was fish, squid, prawns, scallops, mussels and even crayfish! It far surpassed my expectations and I’d definitely return for this. The flavours are quite strong, so I’d recommend sharing! 🌟
R
8w
@burpple @burpplebeyondfans deals expiring 31 Mar 2020!. - Left to right: 🍝 Capellini 🥖 Freshly baked bread 🍝 Gnocchi 🍝 Pappardelle 🥧 Tiramisu - Capellini - Angel hair served with Crab Meat and cooked in bisque sauce. This was a very enjoyable dish. Al dente angel hair topped with generous and fresh portion of crab meat. The meat adds sweetness to the overall dish contrasting against the slightly salty and savoury taste of the bisque sauce. Must try!. - Gnocchi - Potato dumpling served with Gorgonzola Cheese Sauce. Love the texture of the Gnocchi! It's soft, smooth and chewy. Overall the taste is considered rather light. It wasn't bland but it doesn't have a very rich and strong cheese taste. Personally I quite enjoyed it but would have prefer a slightly sweeter choice of cheese. The cheese sauce was smooth, light and not flaky. - Pappardelle - Pasta with Pork Leg ragout marinated 7 days in red wine. The pasta itself has a firm texture, tasted abit like Mee hoon Kueh but less smooth. Very tender slices of pork leg with undertones of red wine. Fans of red wine will enjoy this dish. The sauce itself seems to be a light creamy tomato sauce. - Tiramisu - a perfect balance of cream, alcohol and coffee. Some Tiramisu could be overpowering in either aspect but not this. The cream is light and yet sweet and creamy with light notes of alcohol and coffee. The texture of the 'cake' is perfect. Although soaked, it still held on to a good texture and wasn't too wet or dry. Definitely must try! Rather pricey for such a small portion but it was sooo good. - 📍Burlamacco Ristorante 30 Stanley Street Nearest MRT: Telok Ayer (DTL)
Emma
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