Aptly name, Xperience Restaurant is the place to visit to if you have had enough (who’s doesn’t?) of the over-familiar dining options in Singapore. Located at Sofitel So, its set up is chic with electric touches, complete with an open-concept kitchen assembled with prestigious Molteni equipment. I personally find Xperience’s approachable decor a major plus point, as one can indulge in fine dining fare sans the rigid formality common at white table joints, making this a suitable place for a date, catch up with friends or conversations with business clients.
One can’t help but feel cheery upon stepping into InterContinental’s Man Fu Yuan. Unlike most Chinese restaurants decked in dark woods, reds and golds, Man Fu Yuan has romantic yet nostalgic interiors of Peranakan louvered windows shutters, butterfly chandeliers, oriental lattices in light woods and velvet lavender seats. One of the more chic Chinese restaurants, I must say.
This spring, Marriot Tang Plaza Hotel’s Pool Grill has launched “All About White Asparagus” menu. One will surely ask this golden question- what is the difference between white and green asparagus? White asparagus is grown underground, away from light hence the vegetable does not produce chlorophyll. Considered to be a delicacy, white asparagus has a milder flavour and are more tender compared to green asparagus.
Opus Bar and Grill, located at Hilton Hotel, prides itself with it’s marbled dry-aged meats, which are aged from 14-36 days. At the dining area, is a show kitchen, where the meats are dried on a specially commission Himalayan salt tile cabinet.
Located in the iconic Fullerton Hotel, Jade is beautifully decked out in regal hues of gold and silver. It simply looks like no expense has been spared to make this place look as opulent as it can be.
We tried the Restaurant Week set lunch which allowed us to sample a good variety of dishes at this fine dining Chinese restaurant for only $40++ per person. Aligned with Singapore Restaurant Week’s theme “Feasts of the Ocean”, Jade’s menu focuses on seafood.
Mandarin Oriental’s Dolce Vita unveils a new dining concept, Chef’s Table, where guests have the opportunity to sit right at the cold kitchen counter, to watch acclaimed Italian Chef, Omar Bernardi showcase his magic.
Every Friday, for only 6 guests, Chef Omar presents an exclusive 6-course dinner in an “Omakase” fashion. The menu will be updated every month to ensure that diners are served the freshest seasonal ingredients.
Quality modern European cuisine tends to be synonymous with expensive food. However at Bridge, one can enjoy impeccable plated, innovative creations at affordable prices. Although Bridge’s decor is simple, its fine-dining caliber offerings more than makes up for its humble fittings.
We started the meal with complimentary herb bread sticks and warm baguette. Seeing that this is increasingly a norm, Bridge ensures that the first impression was set right on track by complementing the carbs with unique truffle honey butter and plum butter. We wiped out everything out in an instant.