It's been a while since we dined at Prive. I think the location there is a problem as there is virtually nothing much to see and do at Marina Keppel Bay. But still, we made the effort to return here for dinner one night.
Prive is divided into a few sections, and tonight we are going to the restaurant section.
The crowd was not as big as we thought on a Saturday evening. Still quite a few empty tables here and there.
We were first served a variety of breads from their Prive bakery.
This is followed by an Organic Mushroom Soup (S$13) garnished with white truffle oil, mascarpone & Parmesan Crisp
As we are having lot's of red meat later, we thought that we should balance it with the House Salad (S$8) with micro herbs, olives, oven toasted tomatoes, walnuts & French Vinaigrette.
For our main course, we had the Ribeye Steak (S$68), USDA Prime Angus 340g with vegetables. The steak was cooked to a nice medium, as we had instructed them.
The other steak we had was this 280g Bone-in Kurobuta Pork (S$48) from Snake River Farm USA. The meat was served with apple, apple brine and spices, and it was juicy and not as dry as we thought.
For non-beef eaters, Prive also serves other meat dishes such as this Braised French Duck Leg (S$28) with Pearl Barley Risotto, Blood Orange Segments & Spiced Duck Jus.
There were quite a few dessert selections from their menu. We could not make up our mind and so we ordered the Dessert Platter (S$32 for 2). This 6 mini dessert selection came with Lemon Meringue Tart, Lychee Granite, Profiterole, Apple Strudel, Sticky Date Pudding, Chocolate Cake and Vanilla Bean Ice-Cream
2 Keppel Bay Vista,
Marina at Keppel Bay