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After our mains, we were served with two delightful desserts – the hot chocolate soup and lemon tart. The chocolate soup is actually a chocolate lava cake dessert, accompanied by a scoop of black pepper ice cream and a strip of sesame crisp. Slowly sliding the spoon into the centre of the lava cake beautifully revealed the gooey molten Varhona chocolate, which was super rich and thick! We know many of you might think that the idea of adding black pepper into ice cream is weird and unconventional, but the slight hint of pepper actually helps make the dessert less cloying.

For citrus desserts’ lovers, you might want to give the lemon tart a try. Though the lemon tart was slightly too sour for our taste, we feel that eating it together with the vanilla ice cream has helped balance out the sourness perfectly! Overall, it was a pleasant dessert, but we feel that it would be better if the base of the tart can be slightly crispier to give this treat that extra crunch.

Overall, the lunch experience at Osia was a very pleasant one. The service crews were very friendly and attentive to our needs. Also, the ambience of the restaurant definitely helps elevate the whole dining experience and is a good choice for any special or celebratory occasions!

After enjoying the flatbread and starters, we moved on to the highlight of the meal. For the mains, we opted for the pan-seared salmon and the classic chicken confit. The salmon was grilled beautifully with perfect sear marks on the exterior and juices nicely sealed in the salmon.

On the other hand, the chicken confit’s skin was nicely crisped with the meat perfectly seasoned. The meat was so tender that it fell off the bone without much effort when we cut it.

Although the mains were well-executed, we feel that there wasn’t a wow factor to it. Given the slightly higher price point, we probably would not be going back there anytime soon.

Before heading down to Osia, we already heard many good reviews of their signature flatbread that is freshly baked upon order using stone hearth oven. So, we decided to order it to taste it ourselves.

While reading some Osia’s review on Burpple, we came across a really helpful tip from fellow burppler – we were able to mix up to 2 flavours for every tray of flatbread! This gave us the chance to try both the Garlic Butter & Parmesan and Bush Tomato & Cheddar flavours offered on their set lunch menu.

The flatbread definitely did not disappoint. It was extremely crisp on the edges and airy on the inside with a nice charred flavour. The bread also came with several accompaniments to help enhance the flavour of the dish. We personally prefer butter as it helps add extra fragrance to the bread without covering the flavour from the toppings.

We were actually hoping to see the signature “toothpaste” tube dip but the restaurant seems not to be serving it at the moment. Instead, the dip was served in a sauce dish. Although we were slightly disappointed, we will still highly recommend you to give their flatbread a try!

Coated with a thin layer of Hokkaido potato flour before deep frying, this 辣子鸡 was hella addictive! Boasting a crunch, this made for a good snack to have while waiting for your main dishes to arrive. My only qualm was the spice, would have preferred if they were sweat inducing but hey, I guess this helps to maintain my glam at a restaurant 😂✨

Well, there was nothing to shout about for the fried rice here. With a 2 Michelin Star accolade tied to its name, I had expected the food here to be better. Don't get me wrong, some of the dishes were great, but were they 2 Michelin star worthy though, I'll let you ponder about that.

Of course, as with all restaurants, there are hits and misses. The Char Siew here were largely forgettable, though their sio bak here were pretty decent. I’d give this dish a miss if I patronise them again.

This was the main of the Tasting menu (dinner). The lamb wasn't tough at all although cutting it was a bit of a challenge. I loved their sauce, which I believe is grapefruit based. It went super well with the lamb. Little nuts on Apricot gave overall crunchy sour taste too. Very satisfied with the main.

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Indescribable! This is absolutely stunning (and their gorgeous plating is always a plus). I would describe this as a "soup", but as mentioned above you must try it and feel the taste. They also have corns inside, which balanced with whelk.

Well deserved 1 Michelin star. Ambience, food and service was excellent. Portions was albeit small for price but nonetheless felt it was worth the $$. Blue swimmer crab curry, assam sotong and wing bean salad are highly recommended.

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( 5 course - $148++ )
✨my first experience at @cornerhousesg ✨‼️check my instastories/highlight for details‼️ chef David thein recently took over executive chef position at @cornerhousesg with a modern singapore menu 🇸🇬 ✨ to summarize the experience: its like eating art in the gardens🖼 💕
🎉key highlights for me is firstly the 1️⃣ bread course - that sambal belachan butter is sedap✨that pairs well with each Asian-inspired pastry like squid ink youtiao and curry potato bun. 2️⃣ Achards which is inspired by Achaar is my favorite🏅it’s not just beautifully plated but an impressive unique interpretation of the household side dish👏 the used of cured hamachi and burrata with the various refreshing tonalities is truly gastronomical🙌✨3️⃣another intriguing creation is the rendition of koo chye/Chinese chives - he made a casual vegetable exquisite - a true translation of Asian food to modern art 👩‍🎨
Overrall, I do feel that the portions are way too small personally 😅 would love to see interactive elements to amplify the creative experience maybe (random suggestion)🤭if you are looking for an unique expressive fine dining experience, @cornerhousesg is definitely a beautiful place to go to for a special occasion (especially lunch time!) 🌸🌷🌿
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two-tier gift box consists of 8 pieces of mooncakes, with flavours of :
🥮Sea Salt Caramel
🥮Lychee Martini
My favourite is lychee martini.
The skin is thin,elastic,chewy and not overly sweet, the size just nice, not too big (so not je lak) and generous filling.

💰$72.8 for 8 pcs.

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Best mushroom soup I ever had- comes with a bottom layer of custard which goes really well with the soup. Also added on their signature foie gras and truffle Pao which is sinfully good!

An awesome dining experience and will definitely go again 👍