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What A Peach Of A Summer Dessert! Season after season, Group Pastry Chef of Les Amis, Cheryl Koh, never fails to impress everyone with her desserts. This is one of her latest creations showcasing a white peach from Rousillon since summer is when stone fruits have their moment in the sun. Hidden within the sliced fruit (probably done by a ninja seeing how insanely perfectly those cuts are) is a core of light peach cream. The granité beneath is a lemon verbena in flavour, which explains the plant on the table (it is the verbena itself). The sweet and juicy peach becomes all the lovelier with the aromatic refreshing note and iciness it brings.
Veronica
2d
The “La Langoustine De Loctudy” Is The Must Try Here. If I had to pick one dish that I consider a must-try at Two Michelin Starred “Les Amis”, this would be it: the “La Langoustine De Loctudy”, a mesmerising marvel of exquisite presentation and utmost deliciousness. Save for the pretty tail fanning out on the plate, the large crustacean is stripped down to pure, succulent, bodacious flesh. It is cooked to the optimal degree between bounce and tenderness, and possesses such a clean-tasting sweetness that overwhelming it with too much would be a crime. Fortunately Executive Chef Sebastien Lepinoy achieves pitch perfect execution with exacting embellishments of lightly crunchy ribbons of courgettes, an emulsion conjured using extra virgin olive oil from Provence, France, and a glistening dollop of Kaviari Paris’ extra big and creamy oscietra caviar. I have had this dish on every single one of my last three visits to this legendary fine dining establishment and it still manages to enchant me.
Veronica
5d
Lobster Fondant (Available as one of the cold appetisers in the Prix Fixe Menu - 2-course with dessert: $128++ / 3-course with dessert: $158++ but requires a top-up of $20++) The newly launched Summer menu is studded with gems, of which the “Lobster Fondant” is one of the most captivating and divine-tasting in my opinion. Delicate petals of blanched zucchini are meticulously arranged over a heart of what I call “lobster ice-cream”. Made from Blue Lobster, it has an thick mousse-like texture and is prepared with cognac, truffle and cherry vinegar to mouthwatering results. A springy piece of juicy, succulent lobster meat and a heap of extra large and creamy Oscietra caviar from Kaviari in Paris are the crowning glory on this savoury “sundae”. Served alongside are lightly toasted slices of freshly baked sourdough which taste very good with the lobster fondant. But my friend Annette and I very happy to polish off most of this impeccably presented beauty sans carbs.
Veronica
5d
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[Antoinette] - Velvet Rouge ($9/$42.50/$85) was a well-executed elegant take on the classic red velvet cheesecake. The rich creaminess of the crimson-dyed cheesecake is cut with the light sweet-saltiness of the salted caramel crème chantilly, finished off grandly with showers of chocolate crumble for a delightfully balanced bite. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/antoinette-penhas-road-ushers-in.html . Antoinette 30 Penhas Road Singapore 208188 Tel: +65 62933121 Nearest MRT: Lavender (EW Line) Opening Hours: Mon-Thur: 11am - 10pm Fri & Eve PH: 11am - 11pm Sat: 10am - 11pm Sun & PH: 10am - 10pm
SG
5d
For Teatime With The In-Laws Good for impressing the fam, look to this elegant French-inspired tea room for coffee, tea and dessert. Tea fanatics would love Kyoto ($9) for its hojicha-flavoured mousse combined with orange confit layered over an Okinawa black sugar sponge layer. For something lighter, Chloe ($9) is a great option— think yuzu cremeux, white chocolate vanilla mousse on top of a light sponge cake base. If you're feeling adventurous, try their Earl Grey Bubble Tea ($9) for tea-infused sponge cake topped with salted cream cheese, fresh mango cubes and black sugar pearls. Photo by Burppler Kenny Ter
Burpple
1w
Classic flavours work best sometimes. This Trés Berries souffle pancake from @Antoinette_SG is delicious! Served with vanilla crème Chantilly, strawberries, blueberries, sea salt butter and drizzled with honey maple syrup. Have a sweet Friyay everyone!
The
2w
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Pork Belly With Black Garlic We went as a party of 4 adults and 2 children and had a selection of yakitori (heart, liver, backbone, backside and thigh), a small bowl of tsukune don for the toddler, as well as the horse mackerel, short rib, pork belly and grilled veg with lobster potato salad. The food was great! We over ordered slightly but if you're really hungry it shouldnt be a problem. With 2 drinks, the bill came up to around 400 which was a little steep.
Christine
5w
For Japanese Cocktails and Tapas in a Secret Hideout Kopitiam by day, snazzy omakase bar by night— locate this hidden joint for great yakitori and tapas plates (hint: the ‘entrance’ can be found at the back of the restaurant, near the carpark, under the aircon vent). If you're lucky, the Grilled Seasonal Vegetable Platter with bamboo shoot, radish, yam and boiled broad bean (soramame), served with housemade miso sauce, may be in season. f you're in the mood to indulge, go for the full works with the Bincho Tasting Set (from $180). Alternatively, the Bincho Express Set (from $68) will suffice. Be sure to accompany your meal with a glass of Japanese whisky or sake from their extensive collection. Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua
Burpple
7w
Whisky à Gogo Review of the new outlet at Dempsey. Hard to find, as it is tucked behind the Min Jian @ Dempsey restaurant, but by no means is Binsho a bin for the food show at Min Jiang! Compared to the original at Tiong Bahru, this branch has more cooked dishes. We had the uni shabu shabu - extremely yummy! The yakitori dishes are delish, more ‘refined’ than at other superior yakitori places. Great choices of Japanese whiskey and sake. Cocktails are also unusual, although the soursop margarita is a bit too sweet. Attentive, personal service. The downsides? It is pricey - unless you stick to the lunch sets, you would end up paying $130 a head. The day we visited, the aircon was not working well so it was kind of uncomfortable.
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Sticky Date Pudding ($12) My FAVOURITE sricky date pudding ever. The pudding is fluffy, yet packed with flavour! The caramel sauce goes really well with the pudding and is not overly sweet/overwhelming. Would defo recommend!
Yan Xuan
2d
Good Australian food in Sg, your best bet is the Lokal! ✔ Awesome Pork chop* that's tender and done alot better than many places out there. I wish they hadn't replaced their apple n kale salad though. ✔ Lokal's fish and chip: Fresh fillet served with sweet potatoes that were air-fried. "Healthier choice" of fried food which was not jelat. Pretty good. ✔ Pork knuckle croquettes: pretty interesting dish here that was filled with much shredded pork. N I would say this was better than their cauliflower dish. ✔ Sticky Date pudding with triple chocolate ice cream: sweet, and I meant it! Yet the pudding was moist that kept me going. Any dish you pick from their menu is decently good. So it caters to everyone (: Overall: ❤❤❤❤❤
Ms
9w
Blueberry, Cream Cheese & Cranberry Muffin - Brunch Special ($4.25) Ordered this and requested for it to be served immediately because we’d waited an hour for our table and were starving! All the muffins are irregularly shaped, but muffins are just ugly cupcakes right? Love the crispy edges, and they’re generous with the dried blueberries and cranberries, but the cream cheese was just a cube right in the center which meant unless you purposely cut it and spread it on the rest of the muffin, you aren’t going to get to taste the cream cheese and will most probably end up with a giant cube of it in one mouthful. Might have been better to have the cream cheese in smaller chunks mixed throughout the muffin. Overall the muffin wasn’t too sweet, and it was not bad. However, it didn’t really stand out much and I probably wouldn’t order it again.
Melissa
11w
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Worth The Money? Really enjoyed the food here although it was quite expensive for the portion. In my opinion it’s definitely worth to try it once as it’s one of the best peranakan food I’ve tasted.
eatpraylove
11w
Resplendent As Ever Malcolm has come a long way way since Neil Road and it absolutely shows. We tried the Omakase menu and it was a joy. A little pricey, but worth every single penny. This Buah Keluak ice cream was as good as I ever remember it. Other notable mentions was the Assam Squid, Winged Bean Salad, Lamb Kebab and the Wagyu Rendang. Good job Candlenut. Will definitely be back.
Bertrand
30w
Westholme Intercostal Rib Rendang with Serunding and Turmeric leaf ($32++). I've always been a fan of Candlenut, and it's the place I always recommend my overseas friends to include in their list of fine dining restaurants, in order to taste a slice of Singapore that's very rare outside of Southeast Asia. And Peranakan food's unique blend of Chinese, Malay and other Southeast Asian flavours exactly reflects the cultures we have in Singapore. 🔸 The rendang we have at Candlenut was very fragrant and lemak with strong emphasis on coconut milk. It's actually not too spicy and it's mildly sweet. And using Westholme @true_westholme, they've melded the wagyu's natural juices into the rendang, and all oil in the dish came from the wagyu's natural fats. This smooth rendang goes really well with the tender beef, so melty that they just fuse as one. 🔸 It's extremely addictive when taken with rice. I speak from my own experience, because I was crazy full even before I had this, but I still ate lots of rice with this dish. 🔸 🔸 [Hosted]
Justin
33w
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