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Whether it’s an affordable set lunch or a 10 course dinner, I’d be collating them all together.
Amanda Liu
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Part of the $78 set menu, this dessert was the perfect ending to our beefy meal.

I enjoyed the thick creamy consistency of the chocolate lava, that came with a surprise center of raspberry which adds a tangy twist to the lava and cut through the thickness of it all. On top of that, it was served with cinnamon gelato, which was light and added a touch of sweetness to the dark chocolate lava.


The Executive Set Lunch ($35++) is one not to be missed if you’re a dashi lover.

It comes with a small appetiser of silver fish, vegetables and fresh clams, followed by the main and sides. I went for the soba in light dashi broth, topped with shimeji, wakami and onsen egg. This combination may look plain, but the flavours are simply outstanding. Pair the savoury dashi with buckwheat soba, the umami of shimeji, and the creaminess of the onsen yolk to give you a comforting tasty mouthful.

As sides, you also get a crabmeat chawanmushi and assorted tempura, before ending your meal with a choice of ice cream.

At this price point and that view, it’s definitely worth every penny.


The promotion offers their 7 Course Set ($79++ each) which includes the following items (swipe left for more):
- Pre-Dinner Snack of Homemade Rice Cracker with Beef Furikake
- Foie Gras Creme Brûlée with Black Truffle & Coral Tuile
- Mini Wagyu Burger with Potato Buns and Gouda
- Skewer with Beef Intercostals & Chimichurri
- Char Siew of Ribs & Kale
- Wagyu Marble 7-8 Tri Tip with Pumpkin
- Lava Cake, with a Chocolate, Raspberry & Cinnamon Gelato

I’ll let the pictures do the talking, cause looking at it is good enough.
#burpple #fatbelly


Before dinner commenced, we were given these home made rice crackers as our pre-dinner snack!

Puffed to a crisp in-house, the crackers were topped and sprinkled with beef furikake, with had a combination of what I like to think of beef powder (haha) and sesame seeds.

The resulting effect gives you a light but fragrant rice cracker, with a touch of beefy essence. Oh, I could get used to this if it substitutes the usual CNY crackers.


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