What better way to have a taste of the chef’s culinary expertise than an off-the-menu option whipped up at a moment’s notice?
– Osvaldo No Menu
21/23 Boon Tat Street
A degustation menu of surprise selections from the seasonal market. Good, ehart flavours of fresh ingredients that you’d expect from the Forlino family.
– Bar-Roque Grill
165 Tangjong Pagar Road, #01-00
Though this option is still little known, the chef’s twice-weekly box of fresh seafood from Normandy allows him to flex his culinary muscle for diners that want something out of the ala-carte menu.
– Nicolas le Restaurant
10 Teck Lim Road
Eight-course surprise menu for gourmets to indulge in traditional French cuisine.
– Brasserie Gavroche
66 Tras Street
Off-the-menu items are based on special deliveries from Runigs market.
– Toots Brasserie
101 Jalan Sultan, Sultan Hotel
Perfect for big groups that are no smaller than eight for its specially crafted menu
– Ding Dong
23 Ann Siang Road
Southeast Asian inspired dishes. Just ask for their “Feed Us,” and let the kitchen take the wheel.
– Foodbar Dada
The Quayside, #01-12
They might be able to squeeze in a couple of new items if you put in a request, prepared by the delectable Chef Jordi.
– Xi Yan
38 Craig Road
There is always room for experimentation in Chinese cuisine. Get surprises in presentation and flavours from familiar dishes
– Sky on 57
Sands SkyPark, Level 57, Hotel Tower 1, Marina Bay Sands
Chef Justin Quek’s bespoke menu shows that there’s more to Asian flavours than heart, basic food.
Japanese for “to entrust” or “I’ll leave it to you”, what you’ll get is what’s delivered to the chef’s kitchen that day. Orderign Omakase can be a gamble – but what is guaranteed is a series of courses, artfully crafted using the freshest produce available that day
– Hashida Sushi
Mandarin Gallery, #02-37
There is no compromise in quality and freshness, and with a tight-knit relationship with suppliers (that spans several generations), they get the first pick of wild caught fish to ensure that only the best is served.
– Sushi Kuu
Palais Renaissance #01-07
Puts the innovation and fun into dining with modern twists to traditional favourites and a casual ambience, complete with Jazz music in the background.
– Waku Ghin
The Shoppes Atrium 2, Marina Bay Sands #02-02
Known for indulgent and luxurious spreads of omakase.
21 Duxton Road
The folks here strike a balance between keeping to the authentic Japanese classics and pleasing the local palate.
116A Telok Ayer Street
The finest ingredients are used to create one-of-a-kind haute dining.
27 Club Street
Serving up back-to-basics with its own brand of East-meets West selection of season ingredients.
5 Yong Siak Street
All about mish-mash flavours from world over, the chef will prompt if you are full during the sushi section of the omakase and if you still have room for more, he’ll whip up additional pieces at no extra cost.
The full article was published in the Nov 13 issue.