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Chanced upon this and we had 2 sets of omakase. If you always thought that omakase wont be filling, I guess the waiting during the entire course makes you full. Here they do not use white grain rice, instead they use red bean sushi rice. The sashimi was quite nice thou. $108 per set.

Another outstanding dish in the Gastronomy Menu is this Ohmi Beef with Potato Mille Feuille, Maitake and Mustard. Needless to say, the Ohmi wagyu itself was of outstanding marbling and quality. But it's the accompaniment through the chefs' efforts that made this dish a standout.
The beef is served alongside a refreshing green sauce with a touch of spicyness which serves two purpose: first, it cuts through the fat of the wagyu; and second it helps balance the rich palate acquired so far with the Ohmi Wagyu being the 8th course of this menu. The sauce is made from watercress, jalapeño, basil and parsley, so you will find spiciness, zest, light savouriness, and a little bit of bitterness in it.
The potato Mille Feuille in the foreground had an elevated classic taste, and took a lot of effort. Potatoes were thinly sliced, and arranged carefully with winter truffles layer by layer, with manchego cheese and seaweed between the layers.
Maitake mushroom on its own was delectable too, having been charcoal grilled with beef fat. This was lastly served with purée of mushroom, finished with a touch of Dijon mustard.
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Available in their "Weekend Social" Communal Brunch Menu @saltgrillandskybar from 11 am to 2.30pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays
Location: @saltgrillandskybar Salt grill and Sky bar, 2 Orchard Turn, #55-01 ION Orchard Mall, Singapore 238801
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$100 per pax for 2 pax, includes a glass of champagne each. Food was mostly tasty but the beef cheeks on the risotto (top right corner pic) was AMAZING. Imagine beef cotton candy that literally toothless people can eat. It’s THAT soft. Mind blown by this main dish. Well that and the dessert, coconut sorbet, rum infused pineapple and something sour. Awesome ending to the meal! Ps: buy vouchers on chope to get discount...

Have you heard that Chef Akane now owns her own restaurant at Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay? I've always loved her kaiseki dishes at Sushi Kimura, and this restaurant will allow her to create omakase courses focusing on her kappo and kaiseki dishes.
During her kaiseki omakase at Sushi Kimura, she served this claypot rice that came with the sweetness of dashi, housemade by Chef Akane no less. It was then topped with Ayu marinated with a special sauce. This dish had all the flavours, while still tasting clean. And that to me is Chef Akane's style, always having the right amount of touch.
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Burpple 1 for 1 | traditional Tuscan fish & seafood stew with garlic bruschetta

The soup was kinda tomatoey if you like tomato based soups. Ok- enough serving of seafood. But nothing as special as the Manzo ;)

Burpple 1 for 1 | 48 hours slow cooked beef short ribs with Marsala wine sauce

This is da bombszzz!! Pls order this. No regrets.

The beef almost melted in my mouth. So tender and juicy. Marsala wine sauce was kinda thick but went well with the meat.

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Friend said there was other nicer tuna tartare. Although I enjoyed it la! Avocado was just right ;)

鮨次郎:Love sushi? Try out our Sushi and Sashimi Course where you’ll get to enjoy 6 pieces of sushi, negitoro roll, 3 types of sashimi, ikura and uni rice bowl, and so much more! Made with the freshest seafood and premium Japanese rice, our sushi is unbeatable!

Bold flavours abound here, with premium ara fish dressed in a savoury medley of sweet breads, bacon and italian parsley. The foamy, golden sauce made from chicken wings boiled for 6 hours is refined yet packed full of flavour, truly delicious.

Taste: 4/5


Paying homage to a French classic, Beni's version is elevated with foie gras and black truffle. The savoury finale to what had been a very fine meal so far, the whole golden duck pie which emerged from the oven was nothing short of stunning. Pity we only got a quarter each, because it was excellent.

The buttery, burnished pastry was par excellence, and what it contained inside was even more indulgent – a thin layer of black truffle, sandwiched between ground duck meat and foie. Not letting up on the decadence, a commanding Sauce Rouennaise was served alongside the pie. Its dominant duck liver flavour might put off those with less adventurous tastes, but I absolutely loved it. And we added black truffles for $10, because why not.

Taste: 4/5


This is a new dish created by Chef Andrew Lee, following the departure of Curate's previous Chef de Cuisine Benjamin Halat. Even though I've never liked foie gras in the form of terrine or pate, this was surprisingly good. It's encased in seabuckthorn jelly, and spiced with sansho pepper. The pepper gives this dish a fresh aroma, with very mild heat. Works so well.
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