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Iggy's

166 Wishlisted
~$200/pax
❉ 1 Michelin Star Award-wining Modern European restaurant established in 2004 by Restaurateur-Sommelier Ignatius Chan. Recently awarded one Michelin star (2017). Kitchen is helmed by Head Chef Aitor Jeronimo Orive and the dining room is headed by General Manager Pawan Nair.

581 Orchard Road
Level 3 Hilton Singapore
Singapore 238883

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 01:30pm
07:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

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”.

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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.

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Snacking before dinner is not something that our Asian parents would look to kindly upon. That is, until they come to Iggy's. Named after the founder Ignatius, Iggy's serves some of the strangest snacks you'll find in a restaurant.

It also boasts one of the most unforgettable meals you'll find in Singapore. Because this is not a place where you can head to the website 3 months after your meal to recall what you ate. Iggy's does not work like that. Iggy's operates on a seasonal menu, and courses are tweaked or downright replaced. With such a hefty price tag, you probably don't want to forget what you've had (so that you can boast to your friends about your meal).

Well, does a transient menu mean transient quality? Will you get the same experience that everyone else has gotten?

Read more at https://junkasia.com/2018/06/06/mitchell-lin-guide-iggys/

#Michelin #MitchellLin #KuehTuTu

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We ate, we drank, we laughed and we bonded over this amazing meal. Iggy and Janice, thanks so much for organising this special dinner and @happygreedyfoodie and @sk_food_and_travel thanks for sharing your wines.

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Strawberry, shiso, Sakura and beetroot. This was light and refreshing just like spring herself.

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