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Red Snapper Guazzetto. Monti uses local Snapper here, sustainably produced. What's very delectable here is the white wine broth made from fish bones, herbs, celery, and lemon juice. It's then served with seared asparagus with cherry tomatoes, then garnished with pea tendrils, watermelon and chrysanthemum flower. Firm, sweet flesh in a tasty refreshing broth, this works as an appetizer too in small portions. 馃敻 [Hosted]
Justin
21w
Mayura Full-Blood Wagyu T-Bone ($320, for 1.1kg). You must have heard of the cow that eats chocolate. And a full-blood wagyu means you have the genetics that help ensure higher quality meat and in this case it's one with marbling score of 9+. And here at MONTI, they serve this pure-breed wagyu that eats chocolate, amongst a controlled diet also consisting of corn and grains. 馃敻 And Monti is the only one in Singapore serving the T-bone, so you get this Florentine experience where you get that part of meat between the sirloin and tenderloin. The chef first burns the the whole T bone (swipe for pic), before cutting it up and serving them to you together with condiments. 馃敻 Buttery, nutty, and juicy, with a nicely crusted exterior. It's exceptional. 馃敻 [Hosted]
Justin
24w
Monti's Tiramisu ($18). Something new's smoking at Monti, and it's not just this smoked Tiramisu. They've a new ala carte menu featuring the Florentina Experience, with flaming T-bones using premium Angus and wagyu beef. I would love to share about their beef with you really soon, while we first look at this unique Tiramisu from Chef Felix. 馃敻 Instead of lady fingers sponge in the usual tiramisu, pistachio and coffee crumbs is used instead. The dominant taste in this Tiramisu is still coffee, and espresso caviar is used to enhance the coffee flavour. The mascarpone cheese was infused with Frangelico, a liqueur that lends this Tiramisu a nutty flavour, before being smoked with oak chips. 馃搷鈥∕onti at 1- Pavilion 82 Collyer Quay Singapore 049327 馃摠 [email protected] 馃摓 6535 0724 馃敻 [Hosted]
Justin
26w
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[Urbana Rooftop Bar] - A special seasonal item which was off the regular menu and only available from time to time, the Pork Belly features juicy tender meat with an enjoyable crackling crisp exterior. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/04/urbana-rooftop-bar-courtyard-by.html . Urbana Rooftop Bar Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena 99 Irrawaddy Road Level 33 Singapore 329568 Tel: +65 63782060 Nearest MRT: Novena (NS Line) Opening Hours: Sat-Sun: 11am - 4pm, 5pm - 1am
SG
1w
Happy Hour, But Not Much View Getting to Urbana requires some work. Located on the 33rd floor of Courtyard by Marriott Novena, you take the first lift from the 1st to 22nd floor, then past the check-in counter to change to another lift to get to the 33rd floor. I expected more from a rooftop bar, but there isn't much of a view here especially from my table that was in the middle. Also, the premises is not very large, with a small infinity pool near where the outdoor seats are. A little strange to see people walking around in bathrobes from time to time. If all of that doesn't matter to you, come here for happy hour daily 5-8PM, & all night on Thursdays which Marriott happily calls THIRSTDAYS 馃槈 The "for-1" drink has to be the same as what you order, so basically you're ordering in pairs, no mixing & matching. I enjoyed my Old Fashioned ($18++) & Manhattan ($20++). Would return if only for the drinks promotion, not for the view which I had hoped for or anything. Staying here on a staycation, however, would be interesting. The restaurant on the 22nd floor looks like they'd prepare a mean breakfast buffet 馃槀 馃挸 Accepts credit cards 馃尙 Air-conditioned seats available 鈽 Al fresco seats available 馃枼 Accepts reservations - I used Chope
Emily
3w
[Urbana Rooftop Bar] - Duck Confit & Waffle ($18). Crispy, fluffy waffles, tender duck confit beneath crispy skin, and sealed off with white bean cassoulet and apple slaw which adds a nice crunch to the dish. Reintepreted from the classic Southern dish with duck confit, this rendition sees a perfect marriage of French elements to a traditional American dish. . Find out more at https://www.sgfoodonfoot.com/2019/04/urbana-rooftop-bar-courtyard-by.html . Urbana Rooftop Bar Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena 99 Irrawaddy Road Level 33 Singapore 329568 Tel: +65 63782060 Nearest MRT: Novena (NS Line) Opening Hours: Sat-Sun: 11am - 4pm, 5pm - 1am
SG
7w
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The east meets west in this lovely hump day dinner! Crispy eggplant with shanghai sauce, grilled avocado with yuba, burrata in mala, cow tongue taco, squid ink rice clay pot style, grilled beets were all v yummy!
Mushy
1w
BBQ Grilled Thick Bacon Curried Scrambled Eggs, Potato Tostones. Visited Kilo Kitchen for their new weekend brunch menu which had was recently launched just two weekends ago. A pretty safe option to go for, the BBQ Grilled Thick Bacon is also rather satisfying; the slabs of thick bacon were juicy and succulent, savoury and smoky from the grilling process; a sheer pleasure for meat lovers. Whilst the curried scrambled eggs carried only a rather light hint of curry, the eggs were pretty well-executed too; creamy and runny being just moist enough and without being too wet. The Potato Tostones were also delicious; the chunky potatoes providing a good bite, whilst being well-seasoned with salt for flavour and also came with crisp curry leaves to further enhance the Asian theme of the other elements on the plate. A pretty quality brunch item; all that in a modern, chic environment that really works well for the lazy weekend brunch.
Xing Wei
3w
For Soulful Sharing Plates in a Casual Chic Setting Sleek decor, well-stocked bar and impressive open kitchen (wood-fired grill, anyone?) 鈥 this chic spot along Duxton Road doles out delicious sharing plates that's perfect for dinner with the gang. Must-orders include the Pan ($7), consisting of a grilled potato focaccia and fragrant confit garlic and shallot adobo dip, and the crispy-outside, tender-inside Grilled Rainbow Trout ($46). Photo by Burppler Alicia Kho
Burpple
24w
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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
10w
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