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Featuring Paddy Hills, Tippling Club, Malaysian Food Street (Resorts World Sentosa), Paper Crane, The Butcher's Wife, Tin Hill Social, Phat Cat Laundry, Brotzeit (VivoCity), Artemis Grill, Resorts World Sentosa
Justin Teo
Justin Teo
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I count myself very lucky to have dined here at Osia located at Resort World Sentosa. Osia was awarded One Michelin Star for two years from 2016 to 2017, and Two Stars for Singapore's Top Restaurants @sgtoprestaurants 2018 House of Stars.
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Besides their awesome flatbread ($14) which you must definitely order, I've tried 3 starters, a seafood main, a steak main, and 2 desserts. I'll set out my recommendations soon in separate posts soon!

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Chef Haikal brings with him a combination of Asian flavours and influences which he incorporates into Alma by Juan Amadorโ€™s menu. The result is fine European cuisine with a nuanced Asian twist.
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At the 6th course, we had what looked like a tea ceremony, premium Yokeshire pork served with comforting celeriac tea separately. The other dishes of the 8 course dinner included:
* Alma Snacks (four amuse bouche)
* Tokutani Tomato with Strawberry, Almond and Umeshu
* Chutoro with Ponzu, Daikon and Kimchi
* Hamachi with Yellow Beet, Elderflower and Dill Oil
* Cadoret Oyster with Flan, Lobster and Caviar
* Petit Pois with Morel, Manchego and Hokkaido Milk
* Yokeshire Jowl, Celeriac, Oba and Tea (pictured)
* Miyazaki Beef with Mountain Yam, Myoga and Beef Jus
* Gariguette Strawberry with Rhubarb, Smoked Chocolate and Yuzu Kosho
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See my IG story highlights for photos of other courses in this menu.
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Italian celebrity chef brothers, Enrico and Roberto Cerea (from Three-Michelin starred Da Vittorio of Lombardy, Italy) will be presenting their signature dishes at The GREAT Food Festival 2018 this September. That's in addition to all the other gastronomical delights at the Star Chef Arena, desserts at the Rollin' Sweet Times, hands-on masterclasses trendy bakers (such as the Topless Baker Matt Adlard) and wine appreciation at The Cellar.
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TGFF2018 looks set to be even bigger than TGFF2017. It will be held at RWS from 27 to 30 September, and ticket sales have already started.
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Visit:
๐Ÿ–ฅ๏ธ www.tgff.com.sg for more details

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How interesting - I sat at the kitchen counter and watched them grill the Iberico pork over fire and laid the pork slices with truffle and mushroom artistically on a plate. Then, Head Chef Ayo @deji89 covered everything he had plated with buffalo milk skin, and it still looked artistic.
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And I love this dish too, it's also one of the main courses that require no supplement, besides the very popular fish and chips risotto. I'll try that next time, cos I'll definitely return.

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And this was amazing. You don't see any oyster in this dish here, and that's course it had been integrated into the flan that contained small chunks of lobsters and topped with caviar. This is like chawanmushi, yet it was unlike any other chawanmushi I've had.
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Creamy umami kicked it at this 4th course of the 8 course dinner, which included:
* Alma Snacks (four amuse bouche)
* Tokutani Tomato with Strawberry, Almond and Umeshu
* Chutoro with Ponzu, Daikon and Kimchi
* Hamachi with Yellow Beet, Elderflower and Dill Oil
* Cadoret Oyster with Flan, Lobster and Caviar (pictured)
* Petit Pois with Morel, Manchego and Hokkaido Milk
* Yokeshire Jowl, Celeriac, Oba and Tea
* Miyazaki Beef with Mountain Yam, Myoga and Beef Jus
* Gariguette Strawberry with Rhubarb, Smoked Chocolate and Yuzu Kosho
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See my IG story highlights for photos of other courses in this menu.
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[SG Top Restaurants Special Award - Best Casual Restaurant] The Special Awards by @sgtoprestaurants @wineanddinesg highlight establishments that stand out from the crowd by offering unique experiences to Singapore's discerning diners. And that certainly showed in the quality of food and bakes I had at @firebakesg, which is awarded Best Casual Restaurant for 2018/2019.
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Pictured here is the Seafood Saffron Risotto ($28) which I really loved. It had a lighter and more refreshing consistency, and that flavourful sauce came with a strong taste of saffron. The mussels are also fresh and soft.
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And you must not skip their breads. From their woodfire ovens, they conjure up awesome, freshly baked breads.. and that also came in the form of scones ($7) served with jam (or you could opt for orange marmalade) and clotted cream. Be greeted by the wafting smell of butter, before enjoying the scones with a nice crisp wood scented crust and a dense but soft crumb on the inside. I think it's as good as it gets.
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To make things even better, my Saffron Risotto was free with my purchase of the Scottish Blue Mussels ($30). This is because there are 1 for 1 discounts here with #BurppleBeyond by @Burpple, which is a program where you can get 1 for 1 deals at more than 100 partner cafes, restaurants and bars under the program. Burpple Beyond is free for off-peak membership, or only $9.90 per month for anytime membership.

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Sweetbreads are not sweet breads, they're from the internals of a veal and they're very delicious. If you can, try it once then decide if you like it as much as I do.
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I liked that the sweetbread here is cut into larger chunks compared to others I've seen. With a nice crisp grill on the outside, these chunks of sweetbread had a smooth, tender and moist interior. And they amped up the delicacy factor by crowning it with seared foie gras, whose fats flowed downwards to the sweetbread.. lending a rich buttery taste to the mild and creamy sweetbread in red wine jus.
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I liked that the cuisine came with nuanced Asian twist, but still tasted predominantly European. And since I'm a huge fan of Japanese food, I liked that Japanese ingredients was seen in almost all 8 courses.
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Hidden beneath these savory crisps are buttery fatty chutoro served with refreshing ponzu jelly. Refreshing start to the 8 course dinner, which included:
* Alma Snacks (four amuse bouche)
* Tokutani Tomato with Strawberry, Almond and Umeshu
* Chutoro with Ponzu, Daikon and Kimchi (pictured)
* Hamachi with Yellow Beet, Elderflower and Dill Oil
* Cadoret Oyster with Flan, Lobster and Caviar
* Petit Pois with Morel, Manchego and Hokkaido Milk
* Yokeshire Jowl, Celeriac, Oba and Tea
* Miyazaki Beef with Mountain Yam, Myoga and Beef Jus
* Gariguette Strawberry with Rhubarb, Smoked Chocolate and Yuzu Kosho
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See my IG story highlights for photos of other courses in this menu.
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We were very lucky that evening to be treated to Chef Justin's (I wish I could cook like him) special. This cape grim cut was served with celeriac foam, truffle and artichoke caviar. That exterior char was perfect - we saw the fierce fire while they were grilling the steak - yet the interior was perfectly medium rare. With all the starters leading up to this, I'm a happy man.
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Skirt is more than a steakhouse, and it excels in all the starters I've tried that evening.
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If you like the French escargots, then you should be interested to know they've made a version which is more rich more shiok. Pictured is escargot in garlicky cafรฉ de skirt butter, but served within luscious bone marrow. Yes, sinful but I felt I deserved this indulgence.
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This in fact appeared on the menu as "Soup of the Day", and it was so good. So good that it was rated as the favourite dish for many at our table.
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Probably all butternut squash would be nutty and sweet, but not all tasted as refined as this. And that's probably cos Chef Tyrell Joon, formerly Head Chef of the Les Amis Group, uses only premium ingredients. And that Sakura ebi certainly helped too, punctuating this with their savoury crunch.
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So the next time you see "Soup of the Day" on their menu, ask about it! Btw I heard if it happens to be mushroom soup, it's really good too.
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A refreshing start to the 8 course dinner here. What you'll first see is a bowl of ice granita, but dig into it and you'll uncover very premium, very sweet tokutani tomatoes with strawberry, almond and umeshu. This will whet your appetite for what is about to come :)
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Now instead of $265++, Alma has specially curated a 4 course dinner menu at only $88++, for the month of August, Monday to Thursdays only. This is the celebrate Singapore's 53 birthday, and the milestone of retaining their One Michelin Star for the 3rd consecutive year.
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