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Sample Tasting Menu @meatsmith_sg (Little India outlet) helmed by @kurt.sombero has launched the Sample Tasting Menu at Level 2 that showcase a modern 5-course tasting menu and cocktail pairing. . Tasting Menu: $85.00++ Cocktaul Pairing: $65.00++ . Location: Meatsmith Little India, 21 Campbell Lane, Singapore 209894 . #meatsmithsg #burpple #burpplesg #meatsmith #sgunited
Joe
16h
The second level of Meatsmith Little India has been reimagined by head chef Kurt Sombero and senior bartender Kelvin Chow as they now serve a modern tasting menu ($85++ per pax) with cocktail pairing ($65++ per pax). This new concept by the Burnt Ends Hospitality Group will be different from their ala carte menu offering in the first level as diners opting for this tasting menu will embark on a multi-course culinary journey starting with appetizers such as the Biryani Nigiri whereby the well-spiced biryani rice takes centerstage this time round followed by a trio of snacks that has been deconstructed and presented in a contemporary manner such as the Fish and Chips, Chicken Satay and Lamb Satay, these appetizers paired with a refreshing Honey + Tea cocktail. What came after was another cold dish of Curried Granita and Carabinero paired with a Mango + Coconut champagne before the Grilled Squid that’s cooked in dhal and served with poppadum. The latter is probably one of my favourites of the night as you crack the poppadum into small pieces and mix in to the dhal and squid before eating. The differing textures and flavours go so well together that you will mop clean the plate. Another dish that probably could wrestle the spotlight away from the squid is the Brisket and Beets; smoked brisket sitting on top of a toasted bread and cheese, topped with pickled beets to balance the flavours perfectly so that you will not feel surfeited after eating it. The next course will be the mains, and on that day, we got the Tandoori Roast Duck and Butter Chicken Deluxe each to share, and between both, my vote goes to the roast duck as there is absolutely zero gaminess from it. The meal ends off with a Pandan Ice Cream with Honey Corn Flakes and a trio of Coconut Caramel Cake, Chocolate Ganache and Gunpower Milo. If you wish to try a different dining experience, Meatsmith Little India Level 2 is where you should book as the flavours and pairing are something that you will not expect. •••••••••••••••••••• ✨ Meatsmith Little India Level 2 📍 21 Campbell Lane, Level 2, Singapore 209894 🛵 https://meatsmithlittleindia.oddle.me/en_SG/ 🍴 [Media Tasting]
Julius
1w
Brand New concept at @meatsmith_sg level 2, where diners will experience more adventurous and refined dishes by chef @kurt.sombero and team. Feature some dishes from the New 5 courses Tasting menu : 💕Pork and Beets. Its my fav, crispy pork served with pickles beets and red apple and macadamia. 💕Curried Granita and Carabinero, served with mango and coconut. It's refreshing dish with a lot textures. 💕Biryani Nigiri. Cured Hamachi served with biryani Japanese Pearl rice. 💕Crab Nigiri. Smoked King crab folded in with biryani Japanese pearl rice topped with sea lettuce 💕Chicken Medallions. 💕Fish and Chips. 💰$85++, and additional $65++ for cocktail pairing. Link to their bio for place reservations https://linkin.bio/meatsmith_sg. 📍Meatsmith Little India. 21 Campbell Lane.
Cecil
1w
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Chicken Tikka Tender, juicy and extremely well-marinated, the chunks were utterly delish. Locked with moisture and the flavours from the spices and yoghurt used, Butter & Spice’s variant of the classic Chicken Tikka also brought a little heat to the table but the homemade yoghurt and mint dip served on the side certainly helped. The slight char around the edges and savoury-sweetness of the meat was simply lip-smacking too.
Vanessa
15w
Palak Paneer Set For some much needed spice during this quiet “Circuit Breaker” period, Butter & Spice has got you covered with their North Indian specialities available for delivery right to your doorstep. Yes islandwide delivery!! So here’s a throwback to a couple weeks ago when I had their Palak Paneer Set. What a steal at $10, the order includes a portion of tandoor-baked naan and basmati rice. My first ever taste of Palak Paneer, I was surprised by how the spinach puree was so rich, aromatic and tantalizingly spicy. Infused with a medley of spices, the thick pasted gravy was a perfect match to the warm bowl of rice as well as the fragrant garlic naan. Chewy, and not too doughy, the flat bread was able to soak up a nice amount of the sauce with each dip and added a nice touch of garlicky sweetness. Also, not forgetting the soft pillowy cubes of cottage cheese found in the paste which cut a bit of the heat for me and delivered a creamy, mild cultured milk flavour.
Vanessa
15w
🎶It'll all get BUTTER in time~🎶 I recently visited BUTTER & Spice to enjoy some authentic Indian cuisine! ✌🏻 Here are some of the signatures we tried: . 🔹️Chicken Tikka ($10+): a delightful appetiser to start off your meal right! 😍 Look at that beautiful 🌹 made of tomato! 🍅 Featuring tender chicken pieces in the combination of herbs & spices, I liked the char & smokiness which made it even more fragrant! 😋😋😋 . 🔹️Paneer Butter Masala ($12+): our favourite! ❤ Featuring cottage cheese 🧀 with onions, spices & capsicum cooked in ginger garlic sauce, this was super creamy & spicy! 🌶 So shiok when eaten with their pliable naan! 🌟 . 🔹️Matar Paneer ($10+): featuring green peas & cottage cheese cooked in garlic & ginger gravy, this is less spicy & equally flavourful! 😋 Pair it with their fluffy basmati rice 🍚 & enjoy the robust flavours in every mouthful! 👍🏻 . Extinguish the fire 🔥 in your mouth with their Mango/Salt Lassi ($2.90+)! I really liked the mango one 🥭 which was sweet & smooth!
serene
32w
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Zucchini Chips! My favourite dish from Yantra. Amex has 50percent promotion for 2 main dishes ordered now, very worthy!
Nicholas
1y
Martabaan Ka Meat This is like two different restaurants. The lunch buffet is good (although nothing to scream about) and reasonably priced, even during weekends. At dinner, the food is more sophisticated, but prices are quite extravagant, overall resulting in poor value. I find that if you want an upscale Indian meal, Rang Mahal is way, way better (more refined and innovative cooking, not just gimmicky; and more pro-active service). Alternatively, Song of India and Punjab Grill also serve better food. Otherwise, if you just want an old-fashioned but very satisfying North Indian meal, then there are many choices in Singapore at a fraction of the price of dinner here: the Curry Culture, Tandoor at Holiday Inn Orchard, or even Kebabs and Curries at Mustafa Centre!!
2y
Asparagus Palak $28++ This is like two different restaurants. The lunch buffet is good (although nothing to scream about) and reasonably priced, even during weekends. At dinner, the food is more sophisticated, but prices are quite extravagant, overall resulting in poor value. I find that if you want an upscale Indian meal, Rang Mahal is way, way better (more refined and innovative cooking, not just gimmicky; and more pro-active service). Alternatively, Song of India and Punjab Grill also serve better food. Otherwise, if you just want an old-fashioned but very satisfying North Indian meal, then there are many choices in Singapore at a fraction of the price of dinner here: the Curry Culture, Tandoor at Holiday Inn Orchard, or even Kebabs and Curries at Mustafa Centre!!
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Alfonso Mango Kulfi, Gulab Jamun Cheesecake, Fresh Fruits (dessert,Gastromonth Menu) Fresh Fruits were average Gulab Jamun itself was good but the proportion meant that the icy Cheesecake overpowered the other flavours Alphonso mango Kulfi had a nice mango taste, but the cream was stronger and overall slightly too light. P. S. While it wasnt planned in any way, it seems only fitting that my 2000th post is at a michelin restaurant :p
Wuu
38w
Mixed Naan Basket(part Of Main Course, Gastromonth Menu) This is one bread basket worthy of being on a michelin starred restaurant menu. Crispy, flaky, fluffy or chewy at different parts, it might just be the best naan ive had. Not very mixed tho, basically all Plain or at most sprinkled with Small herbs but no complaints
Wuu
38w
Songs Art Plate (main Course, Gastromonth Menu) Malabar Fish curry was pretty damn good. Fish was flaky and the sauce didnt overpower the fish Butter Chicken was okay. Had better ones before, this was a little too sweet. Bhuna ginger Lamb was delicious. Lamb was so tender and the Bhuna was surprisingly light with a mild heat. As i dont take Fried food the malai cottage kofta was switched with a paneer dish. Somehow it taste of veggies despite the thick appearance, and i quite liked it. Dal makani was thick and thus really meaty despite being a vegetarian dish. Yoghurt relish was incredibly creamy with a strong tang. Quite interesting to say the least Lastly saffron rice pulao(better known as pilaf) was fluffy Overall really good and redeems my impression of them after the first two average courses
Wuu
38w
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