1 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089109

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Tuesday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 02:00pm
06:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
06:00pm - 11:00pm

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This tart is a must.

If you’re ordering from Meta Restaurant for delivery or takeaway, do not miss out on the mixed nuts tart.

The pastry’s buttery crust is perfect in texture and the sweetness of the vanilla cream matched the earthiness of the pecan-walnut-pine nut-sunflower seed combi. This was a hit with everyone in attendance.

Korean Heritage Menu (S$58+)
Served with Samgyetang Soup, Bibimbap, Gyeran-mari, Stir Fried Kimchi, Sesame Chocolate Cookie
Serves 1

Cream Puff Collection (S$18+)
Trio of Banana, Doenjang Caramel, Injeolmi

Available at @metasingapore

Note : Got 7% GST

Oh my and for the sweets, the Melon was a dream. Coated with a light sake jelly, the delicate peach palate cleanser was completed with cubes of refreshing aloe vera, meringue, and sweet musk melon.

As for their mains, we were first served the perfectly executed Amadai. The crispy scale of the red tilefish crackled wonderfully, a lovely contrast to the silky flesh which remained moist and plump. Served with barbeque blue mussels, braised daikon, and a sweet Kohlrabi puree, the intense yet light crustacean sauce prepared with the bones of the fish and daikon was so good too.

Saving the best for last, the shiitake mushroom ice cream was ingenious! The almost malty taste of the cocoa crumble went oddly well with the earthy-savoury flavour of the ice cream. A playful number, the mushroom-shaped meringue was cute and the bits of nashi pear added that clean sweetness.

Sandwiched between two insanely crisp nori, the tartare was topped with a luscious egg yolk sauce, briny-sweet ikura, and finished off with the nutty aroma from the use of perilla oil. The play of textures and the foolproof combination of the sweet-savoury, seafood-y flavours were right up my alley. I also like that the myriad of flavours worked exceptionally well together, with no one element outshining the others.

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