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Hot 100 2018
Featured In 6 Guides
Hot Skillet Prawns ($38) •HOSTED TASTING• This mouthwatering baby is easily one of the hot favorites. Savour those plump and succulent fresh prawns plunged in a sea of green harissa and split cream. I like how the entire pan is filled with spices and garnish; creamy, aromatic, flavourful but not overwhelming. Felt that it was more like a Southeast Asia-inspired dish though, as it reminded us of Thai Green Curry while the coriander and raw onion reminded me of those in a bowl of Vietnamese pho. Highly addictive with the fried onion that had a tinge of sweetness as I couldn't stop eating it as a dip with bread. Thank you @burpple for the invite and @artichoke_sg for the hosting! #burpple #burpplesg #burppletastemaker #sgfood #sgfoodies #foodporn #artichokesg #hotskilletprawns
Miss Ha
1d
Mentaiko Taramasalata ($18) •HOSTED TASTING• Mentaiko lovers rejoice! A unique pairing of the fish roe dip with charcoal-grilled garlic bread. Don't be intimidated by the green peas yet, for the real gem is hidden beneath; Creamy mentaiko mixed with olive oil that gives a good mouthfeel. Added satisfaction when the umaminess meets the slightly charred and buttery flavours of the garlic bread. Generally I love the aroma of charcoal grilled food, and in this case, resulting also in a crispy exterior but fluffy interior of the bread. I prefer slicing in between the bread to spread the dip instead of just dipping, because the feeling of letting the mentaiko cream ooze inside your mouth is just awesome. Thank you @burpple for the invite and @artichoke_sg's chef @bjornshen and sheena for hosting! #burpple #burpplesg #burppletastemaker #sgfood #sgfoodies #foodporn #artichokesg #mentaikotaramasalata
Miss Ha
3d
The companions your laptop needs - $1 WANGS, the legendary toum (although good ok’ mentaiko, sriracha and truffle is available too) and bottles of @peronisg. The drumlets are juicy as hell inside and wrapped in crispy skin. I hear the drumlets are brined to keep all that goodness in it even after it’s been fried. I say you grab some friends and head down 4-7pm for some HANG TIME and continue with a kickass dinner right after. #burpple #artichokesg
Jonathan
4d
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Black Truffle and Fontina Cheese Pizza Thin crust and generous truffle topping! It taste good but the price tagged at $34 is a bit too pricey for this pizza.
Juliet
1d
Fresh Tagliatelle With Clams, Chilli & Parsley Pasta portion is just nice for one person and comes with a generous serving of clams! Tasty and not too oily. Highly recommended!
Juliet
1d
The Special 1st Anniversary Celebration Dinner ($128++ per pax) To celebrate this milestone, Chef Jean Georges Vongerichten flew in from the U.S. and with the help of Executive Chef Dwayne and team, created a special menu for the anniversary dinner. The interesting twists in a few of their dishes were such delicious fun! Like the shiso leaf that brought a flowery peppery note to the lettuce cups of tuna tartare, avocado and rice crisps. And that pizza! Never could I imagine the brightness of spring peas would be a mouthwatering match with smoked mozzarella and pickled green chillies. I also adored the mischievous deconstruction of Chef Jean Georges’ signature Egg Caviar into a warm and comforting bowl of luxurious Egg Mimosa. Especially memorable as well for me were the insanely crunchy codfish with sweet pea gribiche, the smoky burnt ends of Wagyu tenderloin served with palate-tingling chimichurri, and that fragrant heap of crispy chicken skin-laced “Arroz con Pollo”. This meal was also fascinating as it felt like I was being taken around the world via the food. And yet as varied as the dishes were, they all shared the same DNA of a certain lightness and clarity in terms of flavour. I am sure I will be thinking and talking about this dinner for a long time to come.
Veronica
5w
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Buta Kakuni [$15] Soft simmered iberico pork belly served with soft boiled egg. Super well seasoned and tender melt in your mouth braised pork belly, almost as though the meat texture has disintegrated into the gravy it was served with. This is so tasty it can definitely stand on its own. Not quite sure how the onsen egg add value to this dish though. Was a little confused after I break the egg and mixed it with the sauce. But I really enjoyed the chunky pork belly! 😋 Will definitely order this again!
Victoria
18h
Rakure Chizu to Potato [$13] Grilled raclette cheese with new potato. Underwhelming dish. Cheese hardened and stiffened up when it got to us. ☹️ My memories of raclette has always been fond when I was had it during a raclette party during exchange days in France. And this did not come close to that taste I reminisce..
Victoria
2h
Omakase Oden Set [$28] Daikon, egg, konnyaku & 7 other selection. Additional options to get 6 pieces [$17] & 12 pieces [$42]. For the 12 pieces option, there is a special mention of special “Tsukiji market” oden which are premium homemade oden direct from Tsukiji market. Big love for this Japanese YTF, especially so on a cold night like this. Dashi broth is light and flavorful! And everything in the broth is to be eaten with a dab of spicy mustard. The other 7 selection include: Yaki chikuwa (tube shaped fish cake), Yude tam ago, Atsuage (deep fried tofu), ganmo (deep-friend tofu with vegetables), Jaga imo (boiled potato), tsukune (chicken ball), Tsumire (fish ball). The one on the skewer I’m not entirely sure 😅 Some hits and misses. No options other than number of pieces but I’ll say you’re in good hands 😌
Victoria
18h
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