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Just thinking about the various à la minute petit plates that I had five caviar colours ago at the new French Sunday Champagne Brunch at Ash & Elm, InterContinental Singapore (@ashandelmsg). ⠀ Tasting patters comprising dishes such as Pork Belly, Pan-Seared Duck, Octopus, Oat Crusted Halibut, Prawn Mousseline and Ratatouille are accompanied by access to a sumptuous buffet spread - think seafood on ice, an indulgent caviar selection and various roasts and meats - and an impressive dessert selection as well as your choice of either Bloody Mary cocktails (for tomato fetishists) or unlimited Taittinger Brut Champagne (for degenerate drunks).
Shawn
7w
[Ash & Elm] - Le Porc - this classic dish of pork belly is slow cooked in duck fat to achieve a tender consistency, crisp exterior, and its rich flavours are balanced with the tangy flavour of orange and piquant charred leeks. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/ash-elm-intercontinental-singapore.html . Ash & Elm InterContinental Singapore Level 1 80 Middle Road Singapore 188966 Tel: +65 68251008 Nearest MRT: Bugis (EW Line, DT Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 1030pm
SG
8w
[Ash & Elm] - Poached Eggs doused in a creamy hollandaise sauce atop bacon, spinach and English muffin. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/05/ash-elm-intercontinental-singapore.html. . Ash & Elm InterContinental Singapore Level 1 80 Middle Road Singapore 188966 Tel: +65 68251008 Nearest MRT: Bugis (EW Line, DT Line) Opening Hours: Daily: 12pm - 3pm, 6pm - 1030pm
SG
9w
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Grilled Pork Belly ($26++) Snag my last chance to enjoy 1 for 1 at Joo Bar and no other person to enjoy it with than my mum 😬 It is not difficult to understand why this place is so popular, the slightly pricey Korean small and big bites somehow works with the generous (for light drinkers) low alcoholic content Makgeolli. The above dish feels good till you stop at the salad concoction that surprises you with bites of small anchovies, an excellent well thought side.
Timtamtum
1w
Flaming Chick Jumeokbap ($24). Warning: this is really not for the faint-hearted nor diners with low heat tolerance. Served in a hot plate and lit with a flame torch right in front of your eyes, this flaming chick jumeokbap‘s spiciness is not one to be underestimated. Spicy chicken thighs in chunks, pickled radish, shiitake mushroom, king oyster mushrooms and a ball of seaweed rice. Just as the dish was lit with fire, my tongue was too, with the dish. Thought the combination of the side ingredients especially the rice ball was a little out of place in the dish, but overall still decent taste. Perhaps they might want to consider lowering the spiciness.
Miss Ha
1w
At $26 for bar snacks, @joobarsg ‘s LA style Black Angus kalbi is pricey and difficult to eat elegantly. But IT IS SO VERY WORTH IT. The bone-in short rib is steeped in some special soy marinade which makes it really nice and sweet and idk just amazing??? Fun Fact: The internet tells us that the “LA Kalbi / Galbi” cut (which means thinly sliced across the bone) originated from Korean immigrants living in Los Angeles. And the LA stands for lateral and not Los Angeles!
D x T
2w
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So Cute! Love the pic on hot chocolate and the hot edamame of 10 dollars is really nice! Love the ambience.
Nicholas
1w
Oysters & Ribs Dinner Buffet The experience at Alley on 25 for a buffet dinner on a Friday night was a little confusing because of the different islands of food counters located at various parts of the dining area, but the food was decently affordable given the price point of S$49.00 per person. If you were like me, who would typically skip the salad bar (featuring some superfoods there), go straight to the fresh seafood and grab some Fine de Claire Oysters with lemon wedges and be awed by their freshness. Among all the food options here, the next most impressionable section would be their desserts, with a self-service soft serve machine with lots of chocolate decorations available, and I also somehow liked how they did their bread pudding. Not forgetting the far end of the restaurant where the grilled meats were found. I enjoyed having their sausages and the slow-cooked Sticky Pork Ribs, but thought that their Australian Angus Beef Short Ribs were sliced too thinly for my liking, as they also tasted a little dry. Additional fees would apply (from S$40 onwards) if you would like some alcoholic beverages to go with the dinner, and if coffee or tea were something that you tend to order during a hotel buffet dinner, they do not serve them as complimentary.
Siming
9w
Korean-style Boneless Wagyu Short Ribs from Alley on 25, Andaz Singapore (@andazsingapore). An otherworldly smokiness is released in manner of genie out of bottle as you bite into the juicy, Korean sweet and invitingly pink core. 4.1/5 This was a hosted meal, courtesy of Andaz Singapore.
Shawn
9w
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Pigeon Paella (SGD $38) @ La Cala. . This features a large pan of roasted carnaroli rice (usually used in risotto), garnished with tender earthy porcini mushrooms, crunchy vegetal sweet bell peppers / capsicum, and roasted whole pigeon. . The style of the carnaroli rice is more like risotto, lacking any crisp, burnt bits, but instead, has an al-dente chew, with a burst of savoury earthy flavour from the au jus gravy. . The pigeon has a tender, bouncy, meaty chew; with a bold earthy savoury sweet flavour, very satisfiying. . Served with a special 'Hot Plate', that keeps your food warm. . . . La Cala More details on blog
Ivan
41w
Catalan Roasted Spring Chicken (SGD $24) @ La Cala. . Mixed feelings about this. . While I love the pretty presentation, the tender, moist texture, and bold earthy savoury flavour of the roasted spring chicken, I felt it lacks a salty edge to make it more addictive. . Instead, the pairing of tender prunes, apricots, and pine nuts, lend a fruity sweet nutty flavour, which clashes slightly with the expected flavour profile. . Completed with creamy smooth mashed potatoes, chicken au jus gravy, and crushed candied peanuts. . Overall, a tasty and decent dish, but it falls just short of being great. . . . La Cala More details on blog
Ivan
41w
Pa, Oli I Xocolata (SGD $10) @ La Cala. . A unique Spanish dessert. . The traditional version consists of crisp toast baguette bread, seasoned with olive oil and rock salt, garnished with dark chocolate ganache, and sprinkled with cocoa powder. All these ingredients are still present in this version, but it's presented in modern fashion. . Has thinly sliced toast baguette bread as decor, tiny mounds of rock salt, quenelles of Araguani 72% dark chocolate ganaches, globules of olive oil, and sprinklings of cocoa shavings, with the addition of creamy chocolate ice cream. . The overall texture is creamy, smooth, crispy, chewy; while the dessert appeals to the palate with bold chocolatey sweet earthy bready flavour. . I enjoyed this. . . . La Cala More details on blog
Ivan
42w
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Dinner in the Dark ($88++ for 12 tasting dishes). I thoroughly enjoyed my first dinner experience at NOX, even though they've been around since 2013. It was an emotive dinner experience, as I went through excitement and anxiety, followed by plenty of mystery and fun as I got used to the darkness. 🔸 The loss of vision is said to heighten your sense of taste, though I'm not exactly sure of that, as it could be attributed to the use of stronger flavours and more premium ingredients. However, what is certain is that I heard every word my dining companions said over dinner (yes, no distractions due to mobile phones or checking out of cute people across the table!). Good place for bonding. 🔸 Even if you've been here before, you could consider checking it out again as they have a new Head Chef Shahrom, as well as locally inspired cocktails and mystery drink tasting experiences by Head Bartender Hussien. 🔸 Dinner menu changes monthly, but should always consist of 3 courses with 4 tasting dishes per course (4 appetizer, 4 mains, and 4 desserts). For an additional $50++ per person, you can opt for their newly launched mystery cocktail tasting experience featuring three libations; or $40++ for three wines to pair with the dinner. 🔸 Pictured is my pre-dinner cocktail - Raspberry Dance ($20++) with Vodka, Peach Liqueur, Egg White, Lemon and Raspberries. A sweet and refreshing drink to get you in the mood first :) 🔸 🔸 [Hosted]
Justin
37w
Unique Experience Have u ever tried dining in complete darkness? Now I can say I have. As one of your senses is made redundant, your taste buds senses become more sensitive. The food we had was very flavourful, we had a fun time trying to identify the food we had at the end of dinner. Very very expensive though Great experience, but I may not return again due to the price of this place. Total damage for two(with cocktail package):$340(after gst)
Gerald
49w
For a Dining Adventure in the Dark Apart from the fact that eating in complete darkness is a unique dining experience we recommend trying at least once in your life, NOX also supports and provides employment to visually impaired individuals, all of whom have been trained to guide and serve — which they do with utmost professionalism! Like NOX aptly writes on its website, "it is a truly human experience when the roles are reversed and the blind become your eyes". The meal begins with a cocktail in the warmly lit romantic lounge (this place is perfect for a cheeky date night!), after which the prix fixe dinner ($88 per person) is a mystery menu consisting of 12 dishes set over three courses. Trust us — it is perfectly okay to dig in with your hands. You can choose to add on wine pairing (from $30 for two glasses) and request for a vegetarian or vegan menu. Bring your sense of fun and adventure. Reservations highly recommended. Price: $88 per person Photo by Burppler Rachael Wong
Burpple
3y
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For Special Occasions and a Splendid View Got a special date coming up? Impress your loved one with an exquisite view of Singapore's skyline whilst dining on stunning dishes on the 38th floor of Andaz hotel. Start with the Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes ($32) for perfectly seasoned crab meat. Treat yourselves to their super fresh Boston Lobster Thermidor ($88) soaked in a creamy rich sauce or opt for the more affordable but also good Mac & Cheese ($15). No matter which excellent dish you order, be sure to have their decadent Truffle Fries ($18) on the side. These thick-cut beauties come with an aioli sauce infused with real truffle shavings. Photo by Burppler Rachel Chua *Halal-certified meat and seafood suppliers only (serves alcohol)
Burpple
6w
Save Space For This! Even though Pastry Chef Fiona Ting was away on holiday when I visited “665 Degrees Fahrenheit” with family, Head Chef Josephine made sure we got to indulge in Fiona’s latest creations when the time came for desserts. There were three in total for the four of us to share, each thoughtfully executed to satisfy whatever mood we may have been in to end our meal on. My niece and I were especially besotted with the marvellous Mille Feuille. Stacked tall with elegant dollops of the intoxicatingly fragrant Valrhona Strawberry Inspiration cremeux and pastry creme, it also had organic gooseberry jam and pop rocks smuggled away in there for more taste and textural dimension. This is a must-order even if you are stuffed from all the food that preceded.
Veronica
17w
Boston Lobster Thermidor ($88++) The large, very fresh lobster was smothered in a lip-smacking rich sauce that was both creamy and bright. If you feel like splurging on a piece of crustacean that won’t disappoint, this would be a good bet.
Veronica
18w
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