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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
4d
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
1w
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
1w
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Dining at @metasingapore was a play with the senses and palate, much as Chef Sun would bring about Korean and Asian twists to classic French cuisines using seasonal ingredients. This was 1 dinner set that didn’t feature beef in its main course but featured Irish duck and lamb ribs instead. And we were wow-ed by how delicious duck could be, perfectly done with a beautiful pink and a crispy skin with juicy fats underneath. The Jeju abalone and Kinmedai courses were a celebration seafood, done on point with tenderness on the abalone and amazingly crispy skin on the fish. The Irish oyster was not to be missed too, with tasty sauces to accentuate the fresh and plump oyster enjoyment. Every dish was an exploration adventure. Even the Melon dessert with nitro-frozen yoghurt and Makgeolli, and the surprise appearance by shaved truffle on the Buckwheat Tuile dessert. With a top-up for wine-pairing, the whole dining experience was elevated to another level of pleasure. Highly recommended if you do enjoy some wine with food.
I makan
1w
Another amazing fish dish by @metasingapore. 3rd time this year, and everytime the fish is prepared differently! All 7 of us thoroughly enjoyed the meal that night! #ladiesnight #dinner Dinner 5-course $148++ 7-course $188++ Oyster additional $10++ . . . #metasingapore #michelinguide #michelinguideSG #burpple #topsingaporerestaurants
Caecilia
12w
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
23w
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Garden Fine Dining Experience Part of the previous Corner House degustation, landes white asparagus is one of the most intriguing courses for me. Icy yuzu sorbet that pairs with marine lobster and kristal caviar that brings out the freshness of the seafood. Simultaneously, these are enhanced by the mild spiciness from green cocnut laksa gravy. It was a dish that is beautifully decorated to showcase the botanica theme.
Gwen
3d
The “Cevenne Onion” that changed Chef Jason’s life. This was the highlight of our 7-course (that totalled up to countless items) dinner at @cornerhousesg that wow-ed us item after item. The complete 4-part to “The Onion Revealed” comprised the baked onion cup, onion tart, onion chip and an onion tea. This onion cup in its most natural form, was baked and filled with onion purée and confit, with a sous-vide egg and shaved black truffles. The result was a comforting taste of satisfaction to the senses. The tart and chips topped up the experience with different tastes and textures; before a cup of onion tea. Simple as it looked, but the small tea-cup held an emulsion of onion and cream, made from 3kg of onions and 2days’ work to produce a mere 200ml. We felt delighted and proud as we savoured this exquisite creation and many of Chef Jason’s other amazing dishes during our memorable dinner in the most beautiful restaurant with the best services.
I makan
5w
Fish Cracker With Tobiko We started off with the amuse bouche, this was one of them. Flavours was pretty expected, fish cracker was made well. Nothing amazing, just a good start to the meal 🙂
Celine
9w
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Buffet At The Song Of India ($34++) Amazing selection of curries. The fish fry is a must try! Overall great food but $34 for a small buffet with a mediocre dessert selection was pretty expensive.
Jeidy
15w
@songofindia, one Michelin star restaurant, will be launching a special Deepavali menu 4-courses tasting menu ($79++), specially designed by @chef_mural, starting from 3rd until 10th November. Available during lunch and dinner. The 4 tasting course including The Nagaland Bamboo Shoot Chicken (North-eastern India), is a hearty, flavourful broth that is a staple of the mountainous regions; while vegetarians will delight in chef Mural’s Spinach with Pressed Cottage Cheese (North India) served with kasundi, a mustard and cashew sauce that is popular in Bengali cuisine. The Coorg Mangalorean Fish (Karnataka, South-western India) is creamy curry- based dish of turmeric, tamarind and chillies that will complement the Bajra and Jwari rotis, freshly toasted traditional Indian flatbreads (Rajasthan, North India). Lastly, Misti Dohi (Western India), a sweet, chilled yogurt fashioned as a crème brûlée will complete your meal. . 📍 The Song of India. 33 Scotts Road, Singapore.
Cecil
37w
Char-grilled laksa flavored kebab (part of 4 course Deepavali Special Menu at $79++) from One-Michelin Starred Song of India. For this year's Deepavali, Chef Mural continues to keep with tradition and will be presenting a “Journey Through India”, where his special menu will highlight each region’s specialities. 🔸 The dishes are prepared using clay pots and outdoor wood-fire burning stoves for that traditional countryside dining experience. 🔸 These are some highlights from the dinner: * Nagaland Bamboo Shoot Chicken (North-eastern India), which is a hearty, flavourful broth that is a staple of the mountainous regions; * Spinach with Pressed Cottage Cheese (North India), which is served with kasundi - a mustard and cashew sauce that is popular in Bengali cuisine. * Coorg Mangalorean Fish (Karnataka, South-western India), which is a creamy curry-based dish of turmeric, tamarind and chillies that will complement the Bajra and Jwari rotis, freshly toasted traditional Indian flatbreads (Rajasthan, North India). * Misti Dohi (Western India), which is a sweet, chilled yogurt fashioned as a crème brûlée to complete the meal. 🔸 This menu is available during lunch and dinner from 3 to 10 November 2018 at $79++ per pax. A vegetarian option is also available. 🔸 [Tasting]
Justin
39w
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I Like It With Rice 😄 The cheapest Michelin star dish in Singapore and purportedly, the world, is a humble plate of Cantonese-style soya sauce chicken from “Liao Fan Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice & Noodle”. It is served with either rice or noodles and most people seem to opt for the latter but I prefer the former. Even though it comes splashed with the same dark sauce used to cook the chicken, I find rice more ideal as it’s a less intrusive sidekick to the juicy, tender flesh of the fragrant and very flavourful chicken. If you want a more authentic dining experience, I recommend checking out the original hawker stall located inside Chinatown Smith Street Market and Food Centre located at 335 Smith Street #02-126. Be prepared to queue though.
Veronica
20w
Hearty Plate Of Goodness Finally went to try this after seeing the good reviews! I ordered the noodles instead of the rice since many reviews recommended it (while my mum ordered the rice). And YES, indeed, the noodles were way better! Not that the rice was bad haha it was just nothing special. Whereas the noodles were springy and firm. 😋 The chicken was good too! Soft, juicy and well-marinated. But like what many reviews have mentioned, the char siew was GREAT 😻✨ You should definitely try it!!! The portions were more generous than I expected, considering the really affordable prices!! Be prepared to queue though, we started queuing at 10.05am and only got to eat at 11am 🌚 I really don't like queuing so I probably wouldn't be back again, but as a whole I really enjoyed this meal so it's pretty worth it just for a try :)
Ziyue
1y
Soya Sauce Chicken (Michelin Guide Street Food Festival 2018) Chicken was tender and slippery but what I liked was the sauce. Light but more umami than the normal chicken rice stalls Many thanks to Michelin Guide Singapore for the gracious hosting and @burpple for the invite!
Wuu
1y
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