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Top 10 Places for Fine Dining

Top 10 places for Fine Dining

Latest Reviews for Fine Dining

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Fine Dining

This is because I am having the most expensive chicken in the world - poulet de Bresse. Accordingly to an article in CNN Travel, the chicken can cost up to $40 Euro per kilogram which is around $63 Singapore dollar per kilogram. That is an expensive chicken.
Find out more at
Bacchanalia By Vianney Massot
39 Hong Kong Street
Singapore 059678
Tel: +65 69096360
Nearest MRT: Clarke Quay (NE Line)

Opening Hours:
Tue-Sat: 12pm - 2pm, 6pm - 945pm
(closed on Sun-Mon)

Interesting textures! Wanted more of this! Will go back for more! (5/5)

Can't go wrong with cheese and oysters! And those fish roes!! Yums!

With a patty made from Kagoshima Wagyu and dressed with Epoisse, onions and Amelia tomato between super soft, almost-white brioche buns, this is a mini burger that is petite in size but decidedly decadent and sophisticated in taste. It is clear that one isn’t enough which is why each serving consists of two of them.

A timeless classic here that’s big on flavour. The al dente strands of thin pasta are coated in an umami lobster oil, and topped with crispy Sakura ebi, kombu and sorrel. I recommend ordering this to share so you have stomach space to try other things on the Gastrobar menu. Like the “Iggy’s Burger”.


The highlight of our dinner last night was a new-ish dish by Head Chef Helio Goncalves. It is inspired by the “Cod Brás”, a classic dish synonymous with Lisbon, Portugal where he hails from, and is simply delicious in a “comfort food” style.
In this very slow-cooked creation are salted cod tripe, potato, yolk, garlic and onions and his version of the Japanese “Kabayaki” sauce (made in-house with the head and bones of seabass). And because they are in season, white “Alba” truffle instead of cod loin, is laid on top. The surprise is the fried egg (swipe to see) hidden under all those “leaves” of freshly shaved truffle. Break it and mix the oozy yolk into everything to add lusciousness to each bite.
It will be interesting to see what other unique dishes Chef Helio comes up with that successfully marry his Portuguese heritage with the Iggy’s brand of fine cuisine.

Mediocre food, slow service. Highly unrecommended and am never coming back.

They'll ask you if you want coffee/tea but take note that it's not part of the 3c. Comes with milk and brown sugar

If I have to choose the best course from the menu, this is the one.

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