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Absolutely sublime. Expensive but worth every cent.

$38++ per pax, includes tea or coffee. Top up $5++ for free flow coffee and tea or $12++ for Sangria.

Savouries were okay but the fried items were cold. The sweets weren't to my liking. Overall for the price and quality, do not think its worth it.

Featuring original creation by Executive Chef Kunihiro Moroi, incorporates the freshest seasonal japanese ingredients to a modern interpretation of Japanese cuisine. .
Salmon Pillow ($14.00) Fresh salmon served with burnt jalapeños and smoked avocado.
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Location : @komasingapore.
Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Avenue, B1-67.
Singapore 018972.

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KOMA has amazing cocktails, period. You should definitely try their Black Room Honey if you like smokey cocktails. Their drinks taste as good as they look!

Needless to say, KOMA has a killer deco. Everything you would expect if you're dining in the Ocean's 11 setting. However, the food can definitely be better, for the price that you pay. This sushi platter was priced at $88, yet it wasn't an out of the world experience. The sea bream sushi could have been better.

“Life-changing” is NOT a hyperbole when used to describe the Amela Tomato Soup from the Chef’s Tasting Menu at Spago.
Drizzled with a little basil oil, the sensuousness of the silky orange liquid was heightened further when the bobble of burrata cheese could no longer contain itself and exploded (isn’t spherification pure mouthfeel porn?!) And do you know what else made this course stand out? It came with a set of instructions on how to REALLY enjoy it. Executive Chef Greg Bess told us to take a piece of the charred crusty rye bread and swipe it through the tomato caraway butter (this quenelle of umami creaminess was so incredible I can’t even) before dunking it in the soup. We all did so and were pretty much simultaneously caught up in a rapture from that point on.
Chef, please, please put this on Spago’s menu and never, ever take it off.

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Seared Foie Gras on Toasted Brioche, with Foie Gras-Espresso Mousse peeping from behind the crisps. The presentation of this dish was different from recent reviews I've seen, but still a pleasant dish overall.

Oddly enough, I favoured the mousse more than the its counterpart because I personally thought the flavour pairing of butter foie gras and espresso was different but SO good. It was pleasant and still got the natural richness coming through, but the espresso just accentuated the foie gras a lift that got me thinking of it long after the meal.
With that said, the pan seared foie gras was also well cooked, with all components coming together harmoniously.

The popularity of this dish has kept it off the (dinner) menu.

I usually associate bright flavours with tuna tartare but the dressing on this one has an almost deep, complex flavour that just as well compliments the fish - almost smokey, but I couldn't put my finger on it. It was difficult to tell if it was coming from the dressing or the sesame cone but either way, it was different and outstanding in all of the tuna tartare's I've had thus far.
Definitely a signature worth trying, at least once if anyone were to go to the beautiful space of Spago.

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A worldwide exclusive to CUT at Marina Bay Sands, the Kaya “Baked Alaska” is an inspired interpretation of Singapore’s favourite “kaya toast set” that happens to hit the dessert jackpot big time.
This bestseller has our local all-day delight re-imagined as a stunningly scrumptious creation of coconut cake, pandan ice-cream and coconut sorbet clad in meringue. The accompanying coffee crumble and egg sabayon with a little sugar and butter are the respective representations of the cup of “kopi” and half boiled eggs one always has as part of the kaya toast set.
I love the fact that this wonderfully fragrant and none-too-sweet dessert is very light. So however stuffed you may be feeling by this point in your meal, you can still order one to inhale.

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