39-40 Duxton Road
Singapore 089503

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Tuesday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
06:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

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Served best at medium doneness (you can ask for well done), this was yet another dish that impressed. We’ve had plenty of Iberia Pork Chop, and this is easily on par with Skai’s! It very much depends on your mood of the day - something fusion (Marcy’s) or something more traditional (Skai’s). The Iberico were nicely slices, saved for that one piece attached to the bone. Each was tender, juicy and well-balanced in terms of meat-to-fat ratio. There was a nice char to each of the slices as well. We liked how they were so generous with the chimichurri sauce - which once again probably wasn’t quite needed given the meat was awesome on its own!

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Firefly squid, Uni, Jalapeño, Habanero
Decided to go for the squid ink rice because I’ve been craving squid ink for some time now. It’s very much similar to Spanish paella in terms of looks and yet at the same time, it does remind me of Italian risotto. Does it hold up to what I’d expect from Spain or Italy? It’s…. very close! This modern seafood bar impressed us with their fusion take on the paella/ risotto. The rice were well flavoured with squid ink and seafood broth! Each mouthful of rice was accompanied with seafood hints. Instead of the usual sliced squid rings, the Arroz Negro is peppered with little firefly squids - you can pop them into your mouth in a whole! They’re cooked to perfect tenderness, nothing like rubbery squids that you've struggle to chew or swallow. I love how it came with Habenero sauce - you can’t quite identify where the dollops of habanero are and hence, it’s a burst of fiery heat on your tongue if you accidentally spoon a mouthful down! The husband learnt the lesson the hard way. Be sure to mix it all up before digging in! It’s served along a side of cream - I’m not quite sure of the actual/exact name to it. The creaminess certainly added calories to the dish. Was it necessary? Well, it does smoothen the taste of the dish but I’m happy either way - with or without it.

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Avrupa Caviar and Sundream Tomato
We were told this is one of the signature dishes and we could easily understand why! Amberjack was fresh (nothing to shout about as this is a basic expectation!), and was sliced to perfect thickness to bring about the mouthful and creaminess with each bite. We particularly found the house-made marinade that seasoned the Amberjack and tomatoes extremely appetite-whetting. It was tangy, slightly citrusy and absolutely refreshing to the tastebuds. The sufficiently thiccc slices of Amberjack could hold up some portions of caviar, along with some of the garden-y leafs adorning the plate. The serving is a good size of 2-3 to share!

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Blue Manna crab | Umami Butter
10/10! Our first course and definitely a high benchmark set for the remaining dishes to come. At $15++/3pcs, this worked out to be $5++ each. It might sound like a self-justification but hey $5++ is reasonable for that generous lump of creamy seafood-y glory sitting on top of a beautiful toast. Each toast was crispy and spread with Umami butter that creates a burst of savoury, seafood-y flavour with each bite. We left the toast on the table for some photo moments and hey, to our surprise, the toast did not get soggy at all!

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Vanilla gelato, topped with red miso caramel, pecan pie crumbles and all things nice. What else can go wrong?

From a flavour profile and dish execution perspective, the dessert selections might be less of a ‘wow’ factor compared to the appetisers, small plates, large plates etc. But hey, the combination and taste profile is a win! It’s rare to find pecan pie sundaes on the menu - the last time I’ve seen one is probably at P.S cafe? Not too sure if my memory serves me right tho…
I love the ice cream - rich in vanilla flavour (before you mix it with the caramel miso!) and how the pecan pie bits added texture and nuttiness to my sweet ending!

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