⏰⚡️ONE LAST DAY: The last 30% Annual sale at only $48.30. This price is never coming back. >
close
Featured In 1 Guide
Cocktail Dancing In The Moonlight (SGD $88 for 12 cups) @ 51 Soho. This features a blend of Chinese rice wine, cucumber juice, snow fungus, goji berries / wolfberries, and bamboo (stated on the menu, though I'm not sure how bamboo is used here), served in a Chinese tea cup. . Staff say it's meant to be drunk like a shot, but I thought the portion was far too large to down it in a single go. . This has a rich fruity sweet boozy flavour, with a light chew from the ingredients, and is bright and refreshing. . This is one of those drinks where the alcohol creeps up on you unknowingly. . Invited tasting. . . . 51 Soho More details in profile & blog
Ivan
2w
Apple, Cucumber, Yoghurt (SGD $10) @ 51 Soho. This is a creative modern dessert that amazes with its unique combination of textures and flavours. . It features juicy Choya umeshu (plum liqueur) marinated green apple slices, juicy pickled cucumber slices, icey cucumber granita, grainy peanut crumble, and a wobbly soft Greek yoghurt panna cotta pudding. . This has bright vegetal fruity sweet sour milky flavours, and is so refreshing. . Playful too, as you experiment with different combinations of the ingredients in each bite. Loved it. . Invited tasting. . . . 51 Soho More details in profile & blog
Ivan
2w
Strawberry & Balsamico (SGD $10) @ 51 Soho. This has straightforward, classic dessert flavours of fruity sweet sour chocolatey milky tastes. . It features fresh juicy strawberries stewed in rich balsamic vinegar, plated with grainy roasted white chocolate soil (looks like dark chocolate), a creamy smooth scoop of vanilla ice cream, and a milky salted cheese blanket covered in grainy chocolate cookie crumble. . Will appeal to those who like comforting desserts. . Invited tasting. . . . 51 Soho More details in profile & blog
Ivan
3w
See More
BEYOND
Featured In 1 Guide
See More
My First Impossible Once you get past the strong fermented scent, digging into the Impossible Burger at Stamford Brasserie was a pleasant surprise. Strangely does taste like real meat! Unfortunately, it didn’t wow me enough to justify the price that impossible meats are normally tagged with.
An Ning
3w
an underwhelming experience I had visited TSB once before and quite enjoyed my meal then, so this was disappointing in comparison. We shared the TSB burger ($26++) which was highly rated but we found the “wagyu” patty dry, crumbly and cold. We actually enjoyed the brioche pepper bun more. Our other item was the roasted baby chicken ($22++), which fared better. While not flavourful, the chicken was at least moist and tender. We enjoyed the grilled brussel sprouts and garlic mashed potato - these gave flavour that the chicken was otherwise lacking. Service left much to be desired as it was difficult to get hold of the servers for simple things like water and the bill. Hoping that TSB will perform better on the next visit!
R
1w
Impossible Burger I am a Yellowcarnivore because I generally love my meat and lack an affinity with most vegetables (opps). Having said that, I have been curious to try The Impossible Burger for the longest time ever because of the amazing reviews online. I finally tried The Impossible Burger ($23) at The Stamford Brasserie and I can only say that the reviews are true: how can a plant-based patty tastes so much like a legit medium-seared beef patty😱! The patty is juicy and flavourful - a little on the salty side but not that I mind given my salty tooth. I guess the unsalted chips at the side balanced it out:P The delicious patty goes well with melted cheese, pickles, tomato and Brioche Pepper bun - didn’t expect it to be this good:)!
Gladys
8w
See More
Featured In 1 Guide
Worth The Money? Really enjoyed the food here although it was quite expensive for the portion. In my opinion it’s definitely worth to try it once as it’s one of the best peranakan food I’ve tasted. 6.0/10
eatpraylove
20w
Resplendent As Ever Malcolm has come a long way way since Neil Road and it absolutely shows. We tried the Omakase menu and it was a joy. A little pricey, but worth every single penny. This Buah Keluak ice cream was as good as I ever remember it. Other notable mentions was the Assam Squid, Winged Bean Salad, Lamb Kebab and the Wagyu Rendang. Good job Candlenut. Will definitely be back.
Bertrand
40w
Westholme Intercostal Rib Rendang with Serunding and Turmeric leaf ($32++). I've always been a fan of Candlenut, and it's the place I always recommend my overseas friends to include in their list of fine dining restaurants, in order to taste a slice of Singapore that's very rare outside of Southeast Asia. And Peranakan food's unique blend of Chinese, Malay and other Southeast Asian flavours exactly reflects the cultures we have in Singapore. 🔸 The rendang we have at Candlenut was very fragrant and lemak with strong emphasis on coconut milk. It's actually not too spicy and it's mildly sweet. And using Westholme @true_westholme, they've melded the wagyu's natural juices into the rendang, and all oil in the dish came from the wagyu's natural fats. This smooth rendang goes really well with the tender beef, so melty that they just fuse as one. 🔸 It's extremely addictive when taken with rice. I speak from my own experience, because I was crazy full even before I had this, but I still ate lots of rice with this dish. 🔸 🔸 [Hosted]
Justin
38w
See More