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Picnic is a 10,000 sq-ft next-generation communal dining restaurant. Diners are promised a fully immersive dining experience, with the space designed to recreate the energy and vitality of outdoor dining in a dynamic ever-changing urban park. Picnic provides an international range of cuisines, including American, French, Italian and Japanese. In addition, it will house its own third-wave coffee bar and bespoke cocktail bar.

435 Orchard Road
#03-15-49 Wisma Atria
Singapore 238877

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10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

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I went for the pre-fixed Yuzu which came with Yuzu mochi skin, cheese mousse, yuzu honey and mixed berries.

Mochi skin wasn't of optimal springy texture, and I felt that the Yuzu flavour was coming more from the Yuzu honey filling which was far too sweet btw🤭 Interesting concept but disappointing experience😟 .

I like the concept of DIY pizzas, where you get to choose your toppings and cheese. I got turkey ham, mushroom and mozzarella cheese. Tasted pretty good. Would be better if we could choose more toppings though!

Price: $14.90 for 1 meat + 2 toppings (got 1-for-1 with @entertainersg )

#halfeatenblog #picnicsg #pizza #burpple

Picnic’s concept consists different individual stores in area, where they have ramen, pasta, Omakase burgers, chicken rice etc. Decided to try the burgers at Omakase because I was curious of how the impossible burger would turn out. The impossible burger is vegetarian, so mock meat is used. The mock meat is really good and as a meat lover, it really tastes like the real meat!! Chose the chilli cheese fries for sides and it’s really nice and not spicy at all (would prefer for it to have more kick).

If you are gluten-intolerant, Picnic is THE place that you can head to with your friends to enjoy a plate of light & fluffy SOUfflé pancakes! ✌🏻✌🏻✌🏻 In collaboration with Kumo Keiki, has introduced healthful gluten-free rice flour soufflé pancakes instead of using commonly-used wheat flour! 💗
True to its name of ‘Cloud cake’ in Japanese, the stack was pillow-soft & ‘jiggly’ with an almost melt-in-the-mouth texture! ☁️ Also made with Japanese eggs & Kagoshima brown sugar, I really adored the eggy fragrance in every bite! 🥞 As all pancakes are made fresh, a 15-minute waiting time is required, but it’s certainly worth the wait! 💯
Out of the 8 choices, I tried the Matcha Soufflé Pancakes ($17/$20 for 2/3 pieces) 💚, which was drizzled with maple syrup & topped with whipped cream, red bean paste as well as a sprinkle of icing sugar & matcha powder 🍵. While I wished for the matcha taste to be stronger as the maple syrup dominated the dish, it was still an enjoyable treat! 😋

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Newest addition is Kumo Keiki at Picnic,
which offers gluten-free rice flour Souffle pancakes.

With a choice of two or three slices, you can choose between the eight decadent flavours.
Fresh Strawberry Pancake ($19 for two pieces and $22 for three pieces). Tangy strawberries and whipped cream atop the slightly eggy pancakes accompanied with sweet strawberry sauce.
Mont Blanc Pancake ($19 for two pieces and $22 for three pieces). A rendition of popular Japanese sweet, with chestnut purée, house-made sweet potato paste and liberal sprinkle of Japanese matcha powder.

Address: 435 Orchard Road, Unjt 03-15, Wisma Atria, Singapore 238877
#picnicsg #kumokeikisg #burpple


And I hate how MOCHI I love these Daifuku - totally not helping in keeping my weight in check! 😍😍😍 Right when you enter Picnic, you’ll be welcomed by an array of cherry blossoms décor 🌸 at DAI福KU, a collaboration with 2-Michelin Star Seizan Tokyo! ⚡ Look closer & you will soon be drawn in by these traditional Japanese sweets comprising soft mochi with a sweet filling! 💯
Looking pretty & dainty, there is also no compromise on the quality! ✔ Its soft stretchy texture is attributable to the use of quality shiratama sweet mochi rice flour, soft spring water from Mount Fuji 🗻 & a precise amount of sugar, pounded for at least an hour! I say they are both great for gifting 🎁 ($28 for a gift box of 5pcs) as well as treat for self ($6/pc) 😋
Choose from their 5 signature flavours:
🔹️Yuzu: my fave! Love the citrusy zest from the Yuzu mochi skin & yuzu honey, coupled with creamy cheese mousse & a touch of mixed berries ❤
🔹️Strawberry: very fruity! Features strawberry mochi skin, red bean paste, fresh strawberry 🍓 & whipped cream
🔹️Chocolate: perfect for chocolate lovers! 🍫 Comprises chocolate mochi skin, custard cream, Oreo cookie & powdered sugar
🔹️Traditional: can’t go wrong with this classic of white mochi skin, red bean paste & whipped cream ✌🏻
🔹️Matcha Mont Blanc: made with matcha mochi skin 🍵, Kuri kinton (chestnut & sweet potato puree), sweetened chestnut & Mont Blanc cream 🌰, I wished the matcha taste could be stronger
The best thing - you can even customise your own Daifuku! 😎 Simply choose your desired mochi skin flavours, homemade paste & filling (out of 5 choices each)! 👌🏻
Now you know where to head to for a lovely Japanese dessert treat!