Friday, April 19, 2013
L'angelus @ Club Street
L'angelus which is located along Club Street, has been serving traditional French food for a long time. We have been here a few years back, and tonight we are back for some hearty French food.
Upon arrival, the service staff will bring out warm and freshly baked bread rolls. It tasted heavenly with the French butter.
The restaurant looked empty at 7pm, but it was almost full by 8pm on a weekday night.
One of their most unique display item is this pigeon hole cabinet. We ordered the very value for money S$52 Fetival Set Menu (valid only from Mon - Thu)
1st up was the delicious Burgundy snails in clay pot. A little bit salty, but nevertheless very tasty.
Soup of the day - Pumpkin soup
Ala carte order of Foie Gras Poele(S$38). The foie gras here is of a very generous serving. Best shared among 3 or 4 diners.
For the mains , we had the Grilled cod "a la Basquaise". Light and fresh cod fish baked in a tangy tomato gravy with fresh vegetables.
Beef Stew "a la Provencale" - The beef stew was not as tasty as we had hoped for. The fresh pasta was good though.
Famous hot chocolate cake - One of their signature dessert. It's actually a lava chocolate cake with pipping hot warm chocolate fudge oozing out from the cake.
Another ala carte order - Tarte Aux Pommes (S$16). This is again another of their signature dish. Crispy warm apple tart with cold creamy ice-cream. Yums.
and the Fresh strawberry melba
Ended our dinner with French tea that comes with crispy macarons.
One thing I always enjoy looking at here are all the tea cup candle holders. They have different designs and my favourite is the one with famous buildings of Paris.
85 Club Street
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Spathe Public House @ Mohamed Sultan Road
When most Singaporeans pass by this eatery along Mohamed Sultan Road, I think they will think of a "public bath house". Of course, Spathe is none of that.
Spathe actually serves large portion of food which are meant to be shared among diners.
We like the funky designs in the restaurant.
First up was this 12-Hours Slow Cooked Pork Belly (S$24) with whole grain mustard, poached egg, Bordelaise sauce and creamy mashed potatoes. The pork was fork tender.
Yellow Fin Tuna Poke (S$18) - Crispy shallots, avocados, shiso & yuzu vinaigrette
This was one of the best salad we had for a long time - Sous Vide Spanish Octopus Salad (S$18) with baby spinach, orange, garlic soil, honey, wholegrain mustard vinaigrette. It's a great salad for a hot summer day. Fruity, tangy and full of goodness.
Charcoal-smoked Tomato Soup (S$11) with Crispy St Maure goat cheese and basil oil. Those who don't like heavy goat cheese should avoid this dish. It was interesting to note that this tomato soup was in fact creamy white in colour.
Confit Duck Puff with Foie Gras (S$18+S$9) with roasted onions
Didn't really find the dessert nice - Sticky Toffee Pudding (S$12) with rum and raisins ice-cream
Spathe Public House
8 Mohamed Sultan Road
Friday, April 12, 2013
Tung Lok Classics @ Orchard Parade Hotel
A backentry post for one of the Lunar New Year lunch at Tung Lok Classics. As it was the festive period, we paid S$230 per person for the Chinese New Year lunch.
Started our CNY lunch with this unique Stir fried shark's fin and ham served with superior stock wrapped in paper. The ingredients were wrapped inside paper, and the sweet broth was poured into a cup.
Braised green lip abalone with black moss and pea shoot. What is Chinese New Year without abalone?
A special Chinese New Year dish where each ingredient represents a person in the family. A very cute dish not seen in many restaurants.
Cod fillet with onion sauce
Pan fried Kurobuta pork, which was tender and juicy.
Fruit juice served in test tube, a signature here in Tung Lok.
Coconut milk with almond milk and hashima 雪蛤. It came with a dramatic entrance with fire.
Beautiful Chinese New Year desserts
Chinese New Year Niangao from Tung Lok, with compliments.
Tung Lok Classics
1 Tanglin Road
Orchard Parade Hotel
Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Crystal Jade Pristine @ Scotts Square
Crystal Jade recently revamped its restaurant at Scotts Square, and came up with a new concept of Crystal Jade Pristine.
Here, the dishes are geared towards healthy and wholesome food made with quality ingredients.
You will be able to find out which country did each ingredient come from. Very informative.
We are here for lunch and here are some dishes we had.
Started our lunch with a Double boiled Sea Whelk Chicken Soup with Mushroom (S$23 per person). The sea whelk is from US, mushroom from Yunnan, and Kampung Chicken from Malaysia.
Seafood Soup with Tiger Mushrooms (S$28 per person). Consists of Japanese mushrooms, Sea Cucumber from Philippines and US Sea Whelk.
We enjoyed this crispy Scallops with Vegetables paste coated with almond flakes (S$12). The scallops are from Australia, and the almonds from US.
A delicous and healthy mix of Mixed Grain with Yam and Lily bulb (S$8 per person). Made of lot's of nutritious ingredients such as Australian organic pumpkin and Lily bulbs from Cameron Highland.
Cod Fish Belly Tofu (S$18). What's special here is that they make their own Tofu.
Pork Ribs with Hawthorn Plum sauce (S$12 per person). The sauce had a citrus taste to it.
Crystal Jade Pristine
6 Scotts Road
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