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Had a great casual dinner here with my colleague! I really enjoyed the spicy chicken stew and the kimchi tuna rice ball the most - they tasted really comforting and homely without being too overpowering. Would come back again! :)

[Invited Tasting] Ugly Cabbage in Fish Sauce ($13) - looks pretty unassuming but let me tell you, this vegetable pack alot of flavour. The wok hei is really strong in this dish and I like how it does not overpower the sweetness of the cabbage. The sauce is not too salty too. I think even non vegetable lovers will enjoy this!

Har Cheong Sotong Kia ($16) - indeed the prawn paste flavours are strong, but its pretty salty. Feels like I'm eating mostly batter too.

[Invited Tasting] A very meaty fish, this you can eat even without any sauce! The fish meat is fresh, flaky and pretty succulent. The sambal given definitely pairs the best with this. Do note that it does get abit too salty towards the end. A good sharing dish!

[Invited Tasting] - I think this is an interesting dish, as I have not seen hor fun done this way! The crispy hor fun noodles definitely gave the dish more varying textures and a bolder flavour. There is some hints of wok hei and overall I do throughly enjoy this dish albeit a little pricey I feel.

[Invited Tasting] I am not new to this restaurant, as I've tried a couple of their past signature dishes at the other outlet in Jalan Besar. Their dishes definitely has standards, and I was mostly impressed by the dishes they brought out at this seating.

Crispy Fish with Chef Joel's Red Curry Sauce ($42) - my oh my the perfect word to describe this is LEMAK. Each bit sized fresh fish slices were coated with an amazing red curry sauce that flavourful, aromatic, thick with a strong coconut flavour. I think this is probably the best curry sauce yet. It was fun going around the fish bones as well getting the succulent meat. Definitely good to share with 5!

One of the participating restaurants is 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung, a Modern Asian restaurant located in The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore. For this event, diners can choose between the Lunch Elite ($108++) or Dinner Elite ($108++), a 4-course menu starting off with an appetiser of Japanese Aka Ebi Shrimp or Bluefin Tuna followed by the starter of Pan Seared Foie Gras or Chargrilled Octopus. Both the starters were equally good especially the octopus dish with the smoked black garlic gel and coconut cilantro verde that lends a nice richness flavour.

You can choose between the Chilean Sea Bass or Grilled Black Angus Beef Short Rib as your main, and if you are there with a dining companion, I will recommend you get one of each to share. The sea bass has a flaky texture with a buttery mouthfeel that is further accentuated with a saikyo miso glaze and a nasu eggplant at the side. To me, the star of the evening has got to be the beef short rib with the rendang spiced sauce that is drizzled onto it. The amount of heat and savouriness from the spice rempah is just the right level and to balance the richness, the nyonya pickles by the side gives a nice refreshing touch.

Finally, the last course of either a Japanese Yam “Orh Nee” or Valrhona Chocolate Mousse, which the former reigns supreme in this dessert battle. We almost licked the entire plate clean with all the wonderful elements of pandan sago, gingko nut streusel and taro ice cream. An absolute stunning final course. You can browse the participating restaurants and make a reservation for the Chef’s Signature Series on the DiningCity mobile app or the link below.
✨ 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung
📍 15 Stamford Road, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, Singapore 178906
🌐 https://chefsignature.sg/lang/en
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