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For Rustic Fare on Laidback Date Nights Tucked away in quiet Sunset Way, this quaint French bistro serves home-style comfort fare. The menu may be small, but the quality of the dishes make up for it. Order the wonderfully moist Roast Chicken ($32, half portion), marinated with a fragrant herb butter and roasted to golden brown perfection, and end your meal with the velvety Dark Chocolate Tart with Cream ($8). Trust us, it's worth saving tummy space for. Photo by Burppler Muriel AvdH
Burpple
9w
Summer Lovin’ Hidden away sunset way is one our our favourite bistros in Singapore, Summer Hill. Opened by Chefs Anthony Yeoh and Christopher Soh, formally of the now defunct Cocotte Restaurant at Wandurlust Hotel, Summer Hill continues to focus on what they were always known for, Home-style and comforting dishes. Don’t expect a large menu as Summer Hill focuses on a few few specialities that are focused on the ingredients and done exceptionally well! One of my favorites is the Fried Veal Chop. It’s tender, juicy and if you’re a veal lover than this is an absolutely must have. However, our favourite thing to come for is their Fried Chicken Day! Every few months, Summer Hill will have fried chicken day and they serve one of THE BEST fried chicken around! The skin is crispy, with a slightly sweet twang that comes from the brown butter herbs, honey and lemon. The herbs adds wonderful earthy balance to the dish and the buttermilk definitely helps make the chicken extra tender and juicy. And no worries, Summer Hill also offers some fantastic salads like the Creamy Ricotta and Marinated Tomato Salad that helps add a bit of acidity to the meal. So if you’re looking for somewhere casual with cozy alfresco dining and some really good food, head down to Summer Hill!
Jason
10w
Chicken And The Brown Sauce Back here again and a great place to chill with friends on Friday Night, not too noisy and great for conversations. I polished this dish. Chicken was not so dry this time around and I really enjoyed the brown sauce that went well with everything from the chicken to the mash. Skip the fries which were a little blend. I’ll return for the desserts and fried chicken day!
XYING
14w
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Salade de Crabe (part of $38++ set lunch) Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.
5d
Foie Gras Poêlé (part of $38++ set lunch) Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.
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Escargots (Part of $38++ Set Lunch) Classic bistrot décor (with French music in the background) and classic bistrot food - nothing particularly innovative (so, for instance, no sweetbread or rabbit), just well-executed traditional brasserie dishes. We had the escargots, foie gras poêlé, salade de crabe, entrecôte grillée, confit de canard, and tarte fine aux poires, and they’re all yummy. Reasonable pricing; the set lunch represents great value. Decent wine list, friendly service, so we will certainly go back.
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[NEW] Traditional Japanese Desserts Buffet? Omg yes pls! 🌸 Starting 17 April, @lewinterrace will be introducing the Oh Matcha! Traditional Japanese Dessert Buffet 🍵 Expect sweet treats such as mochi, sakura desserts, azuki soup, goma ice cream & of course Matcha! ❤ Super super love the Matcha desserts which are mildly sweet with slight bitterness. Yumz! 🌱 Also, in celebration of #LewinTerrace 5th anniversary, they will also be offering 50% discount for reservations made for 2 diners*. You can make your reservation via @chopesg 😉 . 🗓 Wed to Fri, starting 17 April 2019 . 📍21 Lewin Terrace, Singapore 179290 Thank you @lewinterrace for having me! 🙆‍♂️ . *Terms apply #matchalove #FoodMakesCalHappy
Calvin
1w
Get ready to welcome the season of spring with Lewin Terrace’s latest dessert buffet Oh! Matcha in Full Bloom featuring a spread of traditional Japanese sweets. This spread will definitely appeal to all the ladies out there with an emphasis on Matcha 🍵 , Sakura 🌸 and Strawberries 🍓 . . Matcha lovers can look forward to matcha yokan, matcha warabimochi, matcha dorayaki and matcha monaka. Unique to this season is also the sakura roll cake (with sakura petal flowers), sakura macaron, sakura mizu manju and a delicate daifuku with sakura leaf (foodgem’s favourite!). A tip to foodgem readers, goma ice-cream with delicious cookie crumble is available upon request and is a perfect end to the meal. . . All desserts are specially handmade by the restaurant chefs and you will find so matcha delight in them! . Where to dine? Lewin Terrace 23B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807 . Thanks @berryandfigs for the review.
Rachel
1w
Lewin Terrace SPRING AWAKENING menu showcases Chef Hidenori Takanashi’s flair in incorporating French techniques into modern Japanese cuisine. ☀ 2 to 4-course lunch menu ($38 - $88). 🌙 6-course Spring Awakens dinner Menu ($155) 8-course East Meets West dinner Menu ($198) . 📸 & 📝 @myjream . Location: 23B Coleman Street, Singapore 179807 . #lewinterrace #burpple #burpplesg
Joe
2w
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I’ll work out harder for the 3 month long supper series at @lebinchotan! From 25 Apr, @jemm_cooks will team up with 3 special friends to bring us some special supper dishes. First with @archan_n of @level33_sg of LeVeL33; then with @sameernoog ex-Fat Lulu; and father of heritage food @the_rebel_chef of @folkloresg. For each special weekend, one of these friends would be cooking alongside Jeremmy to present 1 small plate and 1 big plate per chef. You get 4 special supper dishes for only $35++! To kick things off, on 25-27 Apr, ArChan will be doing her Stir-fried Clams with homemade XO Sauce for her special main. Train your tastebuds to see if you can pick out the beer in this sauce! I’d save some of the clams for Jeremmy’s Prawn Noodle Soup to further flavor the 4 hour pork bone and prawns broth. Will share the other highlights in the next few posts!
Cheryl
1w
Just thinking about this Prawn Noodle Soup (Hakata-style ramen served in a pork bone-and-prawn broth with a skewer of binchotan-grilled prawns) that I had sixty-one dragon tattoos ago from the "Jeremmy & Friends" Supper Special Menu from Le Binchotan (@lebinchotan). ⠀ The limited series event sees Chef Jeremmy Chiam collaborating with various guest stars (ArChan Chan of LeVeL33, Sam Chablani of Fat Lulu's fame, as well as Folklore's Damian D’Silva) on specially curated menus over three special weekends across the coming three months. While the guest chefs' creations are only available during their individual weekends, Jeremmy's own dishes are available every Friday and Saturday, from 25 April to 30 June 2019.
Shawn
1w
Congee (akitakomachi rice, Japanese dried scallops and dried anchovy broth, uni, charcoal youtiao, nashi pear and sakura ebi) from Le Binchotan (@lebinchotan). Like a slobbery, warm and comforting make-out session with an adorable Shiba Inu. This dish is one of the six exclusive dishes showcased during the "Backstreet Bengs" six-hands event taking place on 17 and 31 October 2018. A collaboration with fellow Amoy Street restaurants Birds of a Feather (@birdsofafeathersg) and Ding Dong (@dingdongsg), the six-course event allows guests to experience two dishes at each of the three concepts throughout the evening, with one dish being an event-exclusive special.
Shawn
28w
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Grilled Iberico Pork Chop ($26) 250g Bone in Pork Chop, Cajun Roasted Potatoes, Roasted Vegetables, Mustard Brown Sauce. Pork chop was nicely seasoned and well cooked. Every bite of the meat was flavourful and not too tough. Potatoes was mildly flavoured. Roasted vegetables consisted of carrots and zucchini. Carrots were crunchy and the zucchini was tender. Mustard Brown sauce tasted similar to black pepper sauce. Overall really like this dish and would recommend it. I also ordered the Crispy Battered Mushroom ($10) served with Garlic Aioli and Truffle Mushroom Alfedo Pasta ($20). The batter of the mushroom were crispy throughout and didn't turn soggy. Mushrooms were unseasoned, only giving off its natural umaminess. The aioli somehow tasted more like mayonnaise to me. Overall found this dish so-so. Pasta was Linguine Pasta cooked in Truffle Mushroom Cream Sauce with Medley Mushroom, Onsen Egg, Shaved Parmesan. Pasta was slightly on the harder side which I prefer. Mushroom was ok. Truffle was detectable. The dish gave me a home-y feel because of the rich, warm creamy sauce. However it became a little overwhelming at the end because of the creaminess. Overall I think it would be better to share this dish.
Grace
7w
Grilled Iberico Pork Chop One of their signature main course, serving with 250g bone in pork chop, cajun roasted potato, roasted vegetable and mustard brown sauce.
Khaw
32w
Go Off The Grid If you are not a fan of restaurants in crowded malls, Vineyard is situated in the sub-urban area of Hortpark in Singapore and lets you have the peace you need as you dine in. The Truffle Mushroom Pizza ($18) is certainly value for money as they are very generous with wild mushrooms and you don’t have to suffer eating those cheap mushrooms from the can. Unfortunately, it does not have the classic Italian oven baked pizza crust which I hoped for. [7.5/10] The Tomato Vodka Cream Seafood Pasta ($24) is worth a try. If you want to try something different from the typical bolognese, alfredo, carbonara etc., this has a unique flavour and is the perfect balance between thick creaminess and acidity. [9/10] The Signature Farmed Poulet ($28) was personally lacklustre for me. The chicken is comparatively drier than those of other restaurants but the skin is its saving grace. The sides of vegetables and mashed potatoes complemented the chicken very well. [6.5/10]
Denise Talia Abigail
33w
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For French Cuisine with an Asian Twist It's not difficult to see why this Michelin-starred spot along Keong Saik Road is highly beloved by the foodie community – the digs are spacious, ambience is welcoming, and the food's fantastic. Come for the 5/7-Course Summer Set Menu ($118/$158), which includes a punchy beef tartare cone starter and melt-in-your-mouth NZ rack of lamb. Photo by Burppler Jason Wong
Burpple
11w
You Can Expect Very Impressive Desserts At This One Michelin Starred Restaurant Meta has desserts wonderful to the point of distraction, thanks to Pastry Chef Maira Yeo. Being able to sit at the counter and banter with the vivacious and confident young chef is a bonus. My foodie friend Szeliang and I did just that when we dined there last week. And we couldn’t resist shooting her a bunch of questions, to which she replied easily, breezily with a big dose of charm. None of this distracted her in any way from her craft. During the entire time, the desserts she prepared for us, as well as those for the other guests, were nothing short of perfect. Because one dessert is too pedestrian (haha) for Szeliang and I, we ended up having two. The first, something so new it wasn’t officially on the menu yet, was a dreamy off-white creation of compressed dashi pear, amazake cream, pear sorbet, sake ice-cream, a disc of pressed granita, finished with finely grated Buddha’s palm fruit. For me, it was love at first bite. The marriage of delicacy and depth in this was flawless. Our second desserts differed. For him, Chef Maira caramelised wedges of sweet, juicy Australian peach, then dressed it with pickled ginger, mint salsa, vanilla cream jelly and a quenelle of lemon ice-cream peppered with banana powder. Of course I stole a bite, and of course it was amazing. For me, she served a favourite of Meta’s Chef-owner Sun Kim, the “Gochujang Choco”. Daring yet remarkably balanced, it was composed of chocolate ice-cream, wild rice puffs coated in the spicy Korean sauce, the fluffiest pillows of green tea sponge and black sesame. Eating this dessert had my brain perplexed in the funnest way as it processed the unlikely flavour combinations but I enjoyed it very much. The petit fours, also by Chef Maira, were a carrot cake madeleine and a mini Mont Blanc macaron. I found the former very fragrant with just the right amount of cinnamon and the latter, I considered one the most scrumptious to have ever passed between my lips.
Veronica
12w
The Oysters Here Never Fail To Impress Firstly, they are always jaw-droppingly big and plump. Secondly, their freshness is second to none. They are also of the Irish variety which is creamy - something I personally prefer. Furthermore, the Asian-inspired dressing of gochujang and lemon-ginger sauce is simply perfect with it.
Veronica
13w
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