15 Dempsey Road
COMO Dempsey
Singapore 249675

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11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
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The Beef Bourguignon (S$38.00) was simple, but never dull. During a rainy day, this comfort food could bring warmth through their beef cheeks braised in red wine. The gravy carried depth, but yet brought satisfaction along with the creamy potato puree.

Needless to say, a glass of red wine would complement this dish well.

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They really stock some good stuff. In one trip I found 2 cheeses I've never found anywhere else and I'm rlly happy about it haha

Stilton is less aromatic than expected and that's all the more reason to love it(it doesn't stink up your fridge). It's got a heavy kind of funk that isn't too revolting. Goes really well with honey and crackers, the complexity is solid

I really liked this, it's kind of like a saltier gruyère and the way it crumbles was nice.

First time having pecorino(it's so hard to find here) and I'm pretty sure it would well in dishes like pasta and risotto

From the deli roasts to gifting hampers and bespoke wreaths, Culina has gotten you covered this yuletide season. Pictured is the Petite Roast Set ($258) that is good for a gathering of 6 to 8 pax. The set comes complete for a feast with a petite roast turkey (2.7-4.5kg), premium gammon ham (1kg), chestnut stuffing, gourmet beef gravy and to top if all off, a bubbly bottle of Tattinger Brut Reserve Champagne (375ml). The set will definitely have everyone gathering around the dining table, enjoying the meats, and celebrating these little moments of great indulgence.
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📍 15 Dempsey Road, Singapore 249675
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The beef world has big news. For the first time in history, Wagyu beef has passed the taste test of science. This is made possible due to the partnership between The University of Queensland and the Australian Agricultural Company (AACo) as they have developed a Flavour Wheel for Australia’s Wagyu, and it means that well-known Wagyu brands namely @westholme, can now use it to provide product descriptors, and differentiate cuts and marbling grades. In other words, it is a system similar to what the wine, seafood, coffee, beer and cocoa industries have been using to describe flavour and sensory properties for years.

To celebrate this milestone, @culinacomodempsey is launching a month-long Tri Wagyu campaign starting tomorrow. Thus, from 1st to 30th September 2021, the menu features three NEW dishes by Executive Chef @timmydare and Chef @chutipol_joke that highlight the unique characteristics of various @westholme Wagyu’s cuts.

Shown above is the Pot-Au-Feu de Westholme ($38+) - Designed to be shared, this comforting dish showcases the richness of the oxtail, short rib and tri-tip to the best effect. As these cuts are packed with richness, they lend themselves perfectly to the hearty French classic. Braised in the fragrant stock till fork-tender, the meats are also joined by brussel sprouts, carrots, potatoes to become a very well-balanced one-dish meal. A bowl of appetising persillade (a seasoning mixture of parsley, garlic, herbs, oil, and vinegar) is served on the side to provide a burst of acidic lift if desired.


Indeed the “King of Winter Fruits”, Korean Strawberries (at least for all those that I have come across) were incredibly sweet and loaded with vitamins and minerals. Thus, I really lucked out when I got the notification to receive some from @brandfitsg ’s recent giveaway for a special edition Premium Korean Produce.

Presented with three varieties; I was sent the Geumsil, Jukhyang, and Maehyang. Different in size, texture, and taste, the berries were smashingly distinct from one another and so so fragrant.

Rather elongated in shape and the smallest of the three, the Maehyang had a relatively firmer texture. Sweet with a tinge of tartness, it offered more bite as compared to the other two.

The sweetest of the lot was none other than “The Royalty of Strawberries”, the Jukhyang. Spotting a deep ruby red colour and strikingly large in comparison, the prized strawberries were a juicy and tender delight. The stunning scent and their almost perfect chubby conical shape make them my top pick.

Lastly, the Geumsil was somewhat a combination of the two with its firmness and moisture content. A little higher in acidity but still sweet and fragrant. And as for its appearance, the red seeded area is slightly smaller and tapers off into a pinkish-white as it nears the stem.

To get your hands on these lovely varieties, the Jukhyang is available at Culina at COMO Dempsey while the Geumsil and Maehyang can be found at Fairprice, Cold Storage, Redmart as well as other local retailers.