Boasting high ceilings, a bigger space and decked out in Peranakan-inspired tiles and furnishings, one-Michelin-starred Peranakan restaurant Candlenut offers an Omakase menu—which they cheekily call ‘Ahmakase’.
The restaurant has a different, somewhat contemporary approach towards Peranakan cuisine, delving away from traditional methods.
Boasting a wider array of dishes (ranging between S$20 – S$30 each), we got to try a good many dishes, with our favourites being the Blue Swimmer Crab Curry, Turmeric, Galangal, Kaffir Lime Leaf and Westholme Wagyu Beef Rib Rendang, Serunding, Turmeric Leaf.
One-Michelin starred Bacchanalia, now headed by Joel Robuchon protegé, Vianney Massot reopens after a long-awaited 2-month revamp, now fully armed with lush interiors, a comprehensive and more intensive wine program as well as an all-new menu that marries French cuisine with Asian produce.
The new 24-seater space boasts an intimate open kitchen concept where diners at the Chef’s Table will get to witness the chefs at work and even chat with them should they wish. Look forward to their 5-course lunch (S$158++) and 7-course dinner (S$298++) degustation menu, whereby all dishes are a labour of love, passion and hard work, meticulously crafted by Massot himself.
Opened to the public as of 31st October 2018, Bacchanalia by Vianney Massot presents to diners, elevated French food with a modern touch—a showcase of the chef’s culinary finesse, expertise and knack for experimentation.
Winning the one-Michelin star for 3 consecutive years now, Alma by Juan Amador is a restaurant that enthrals with their creative Asian-inspired spins on European nosh. Helmed by Executive Chef Haikal Johari, diners can definitely expect to be spoiled with tasty, impressionable delights as well as great wine.
In celebration of their 3rd year anniversary, the restaurant and their team of talented chefs have meticulously crafted out a brand-new dinner menu that is set to amaze diners, old and new. Focusing on contemporary European dishes that are paired heavily with Asian influences, Japanese flavours take centre stage in their splendid array of dishes this time around.
Available in 4-course ($S117++), 6-course (S$158++) and 8-course (S$197++) options, the tantalising dishes present to diners flavours that are exhilarating, innovative and familiar, all at once.
With the lush greenery of Dempsey Hill as the perfect backdrop for a gratifying and intimate brunch or lunch, COMO Dempsey astounds with its effortlessly elegant interiors and picture-perfect scenery. Boasting 4 stunning restaurant concepts, as well as a lifestyle stall, escape from the hustle and the bustle of the city and retreat to COMO Dempsey for a chichi experience with your closest friends and loved ones.
Bathed in bright sunlight during the day and romantically dim-hued in the night, all four of their intimate restaurant spaces will make you feel like royalty. The food, of course, is the main appeal here and have all been specially curated to impress even the fussiest gourmand.
Take your pick. On weekends, pamper yourself and your loved ones with a hearty brunch at COMO Cuisine, an array of refined signatures from The Dempsey Cookhouse and Bar, a traditional Osaka-style tempura Omakase experience that dates back to 1850 at Ippoh Tempura Bar by Ginza Ippoh and lastly, the first Peranakan restaurant to ever have been awarded a Michelin star, Candlenut.
As we bid farewell to esteemed 2 Michelin-starred Restaurant Andre, many of us mourn the loss of yet another fine dining institution.
But for every chapter that ends, many are still ongoing. Whether you wish to indulge in gourmet nosh or simply to impress your date, we highlight the crème de la crème of Singapore’s fine dining scene to give you even more options to consider the next time you decide to splurge.
Time to whip out those suits and ties, pearl necklaces and whatnot because here is our list of 16 fine dining restaurants to indulge in fancy nosh and a surefire way to win your date’s heart.
The Michelin Guide Singapore has just announced the list of restaurants who have been awarded the Michelin star(s). This is news that has gotten everyone on the edge of their seats the past week and we bet you are just as excited to know the results as we are.
When the Michelin Guide Singapore released its Bib Gourmand Awards 2017 last week, emotions were high. While some were glad that their favourite hawker heroes are finally getting the credit and recognition they deserve; others disputed the fact that those among the list were less deserving than others.
With today’s announcement, more Singapore names will join the coveted list of Michelin-star recipients. And whether you agree with this list or not, all eyes will be on them.
Here, we share the 2017 Michelin Guide Singapore.
The Michelin Guide Singapore has just released its Bib Gourmand Awards 2017. Singapore’s rich cultural diversity and local gastronomy has thus been further affirmed, much to the delight of many gourmets and food lovers alike.
A total of 38 restaurants, hawkers and street food establishments have made it to the list with 9 new entrants. The criterion for this year is simple. The establishment must offer quality and value-for-money meals under S$45.
Timeless local favourites such as carrot cake, curry fish head and beef noodles were among those who took the spotlight in this year’s list of Bib Gourmand awardees in the 2017 Michelin Guide Singapore.
Photo Credit: Drama Fever
Tsuta Ramen started out as a humble 9-seater ramen shop in Tokyo, and serves only 150 bowls daily. And they earned themselves a Michelin star last December, making it the first ramen stall to receive the coveted award.
But now, you do not need to make a trip all the way to Japan just to have a taste of this famed ramen, for they are opening a stall right here in sunny Singapore come October 2016. We can foresee snaking lines and instant popularity for Tsuta Ramen.