Top 10 Places for Michelin Guide Singapore 2018

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Latest Reviews for Michelin Guide Singapore 2018

Latest Reviews of food and restaurants for Michelin Guide Singapore 2018

What seems to be a simple bowl of dumplings turns out to have labourious hours of preparation just to knead pounds of meat into that wrapper. Yes, that thin wrapper is made of meat too! And you can tell straight from the texture when you taste the dumpling, pretty different from your usual dumpling made of flour wrapper. Such delicate yet tedious dish, i wonder how many places still have this. A must-try when you’re at @putien_sg.
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The deshelled flower crab meat known for its sweetness is paired with chilli crab ice cream and ribbons of egg white. I thought the egg white looks like strands of noodles. Last but not least, the dish is dressed in a emulsion of shaoxing and chicken fat binding the the dish together.
Find out more at
Esplanade Mall
8 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039802
Tel: +65 62234098
Nearest MRT: Esplanade (CC Line)

Opening Hours:
Tue-Fri: 12pm - 230pm, 630pm - 1030pm
Sat-Sun: 630pm - 1030pm


For this year's Deepavali, Chef Mural continues to keep with tradition and will be presenting a “Journey Through India”, where his special menu will highlight each region’s specialities.
The dishes are prepared using clay pots and outdoor wood-fire burning stoves for that traditional countryside dining experience.
These are some highlights from the dinner:
* Nagaland Bamboo Shoot Chicken (North-eastern India), which is a hearty, flavourful broth that is a staple of the mountainous regions;
* Spinach with Pressed Cottage Cheese (North India), which is served with kasundi - a mustard and cashew sauce that is popular in Bengali cuisine.
* Coorg Mangalorean Fish (Karnataka, South-western India), which is a creamy curry-based dish of turmeric, tamarind and chillies that will complement the Bajra and Jwari rotis, freshly toasted traditional Indian flatbreads (Rajasthan, North India).
* Misti Dohi (Western India), which is a sweet, chilled yogurt fashioned as a crème brûlée to complete the meal.
This menu is available during lunch and dinner from 3 to 10 November 2018 at $79++ per pax. A vegetarian option is also available.
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It’s amazing what a little heat can do to draw out the sweetness of the fish and all that omega goodness.

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Perhaps I am biased but I always find Japanese vegetables so sweet and full of flavour.

Can you guess what was hidden in the silky soft egg? Hokkaido hairy crab and corn. Double the sweetness for summer. Oishii!

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That intense concentration which is extremely important - it ensures that every piece of neta is perfect and bone free, especially the small and soft bones

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