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Wednesday, August 16, 2023

Poonsti @ Owen Road - Sister Brand of Old Hen Kitchen Offering a Specialised Rösti Menu Made Fresh Daily

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Situated on Owen Road, Poonsti is Old Hen Kitchen's brand new rösti concept, offering a full menu of rösti dishes that are crafted entirely from scratch. Each rösti is meticulously prepared, with potatoes freshly shredded and handmade in small quantities, ensuring the utmost quality. The menu boasts five delightful variations of rösti, including a classic rendition paired simply with sour cream. Exclusively available at the Owen Road outlet, these delectable offerings are available daily, starting at 9:30am until they are sold out.

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Rösti with Bacon 4.2/5

Each dish features a crispy and airy golden brown rösti base, served with different toppings. One of their signatures is the Rösti with House-cured Bacon and Fried Egg ($18) that comes with hot tomato jam, cream cheese and pickled radish. What sets Poonsti's house-cured bacon apart is its sumptuous and fatty texture, a result of a carefully crafted marination process. At the same time, the tomato jam contributes a fusion of sweetness and tanginess. This innovative combination creates a truly well-balanced dish that marries the satisfyingly fatty bacon with the nuanced flavours of the tomato jam.

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Rösti with Smashed Avo 4.5/5

The Rösti with Smashed Avo ($17) comes with mango salsa and fried shallot, topped with a jammy egg and paired with a dollop of basil pesto cream. While I love the contrast between the crunchiness of the rösti and the creaminess of the avocado, what elevates the dish is the refreshing and zesty mango salsa that adds a burst of tanginess and tropical flair, complemented by the savoury crunch of fried shallots. The addition of a jammy egg adds a rich and velvety touch to the dish, while a dollop of basil pesto cream infuses a herbaceous and aromatic note. The combination here is executed with finesse, resulting in a symphony of flavours that intertwine seamlessly on the palate.

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Rösti with House-cured Salmon 4/5

The Rösti with House-cured Salmon ($19) introduces an elevated take on a classic pairing. Unlike the conventional rösti with smoked salmon, Poonsti's rendition showcases their commitment to creativity and refinement. This dish presents a beautifully composed plate featuring a golden-brown rösti base topped with a generous portion of their house-cured salmon. The salmon's succulent and rich flavour is enhanced by adding creamy ricotta, which creates a luxurious contrast against the crispy texture of the rösti. Adding fried capers and pickled onion also contributes a sharp, vibrant note to the dish, turning this classic pairing into anything but ordinary.

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Overall, the rösti dishes at Poonsti showcase creativity and refinement, featuring unique pairings and meticulous preparation. From the Rösti with house-cured salmon adorned with ricotta, fried capers, pickled onion, and dill to the Rösti with smashed avo complemented by zesty mango salsa and fried shallots, each dish is a symphony of flavours and textures. Do note that their rosti is only available in limited amounts daily, so head down early to avoid disappointment!

Photos and words by Crystal. A girl who likes to eat, photograph, and write about food, and dreams about travelling around the world one day. Note: This is an invited tasting.

127 Owen Road
Singapore 218931
Tel:+65 6818 3333
Nearest MRT: Farrer Park (NE Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 930am - 3pm

1) Alight at Farrer Park MRT station. Take Exit D. Walk down Race Course Road to Owen Road. Turn left onto Owen Road. Walk to destination. Journey time about 5 minutes. [Map]

Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Teng Bespoke @ Sunshine Plaza - A Gem For Vegetarian Japanese Food


Vegetarian and Japanese are not words you'll too often see together, but Teng Bespoke is one of the few restaurants aiming to offer something different. With a refreshed menu launched earlier this year, you will see an eclectic range of dishes from sushi, and tempura, to bento sets and desserts. The majority of the dishes here come in big portions. Hence it's a suitable spot for family meals and big group gatherings.

White Radish 4/5

We started with the hearty White Radish ($16). It was generously portioned and came with lots of different ingredients - shredded radish, baby tomatoes, lettuce, cashew, etc. and topped with vegetarian floss and seaweed. We expected the typical sesame sauce as a dressing but were pleasantly surprised by a thicker, richer and nuttier tasting one. It was a dish that we kept reaching out for throughout the meal.

Sashimi 3 Kind 3/5

The Sashimi 3 Kind ($19) comes with a selection of salmon, tuna and squid. There's not much difference in flavour across the three, but each has slight variations in its firmness. These mock sashimi are made of konjac jelly and have a slightly spongy bite. It's an interesting try, but I'd suggest going for their sushi options as it has more textures and different components.

Unagi Roll 3.8/5

A pity that the sushi rice was a bit mushy and sticky for both rolls we tried, but flavour-wise, we were pretty impressed, especially for the Unagi Roll ($16). It has an avocado and cucumber centre, topped with slices of unagi and a sweet glaze. We liked how there was quite a bit of smoky char that came with the unagi, which helped to tie it all together.

Mozzarella Roll 3.5/5

The second roll we tried was the Mozzarella Roll ($15). It has a fried centre with cucumber, topped with cheese and a mayo chilli sauce that reminds us of sriracha. We preferred the fried centre here to the one in the unagi roll for texture, but overall, we thought it could be less sweet.

BBQ Bacon w/ Enoki Mushroom 4/5

Apart from sushi rolls and sashimi, there's also a section of grilled items on the menu. This BBQ Bacon w/ Enoki Mushroom ($12) is one of them. It had enoki mushrooms wrapped with thinly sliced mock bacon, grilled in a sweet glaze. We enjoyed the light smokiness and the charred parts on the mock bacon. Other than enoki mushrooms, there's also the option for asparagus in replacement.

Spicy Ramen 3.8/5

The Spicy Ramen ($13) tasted like a cross between tom yum and assam that's not as rich and heavy in flavour and consistency. Nevertheless, we appreciated the cleaner broth, which came default in medium spice, with a considerable portion of noodles, topped with seaweed, vegetables, mock prawns, Japanese fish cake and corn. I would have liked a springier bite in the noodles, but otherwise, it was quite a comforting bowl.

Shiitake Mushroom with Cream 3.5/5

I heard from the staff that the Shiitake Mushroom with Cream ($17) is one of their must orders! The shiitake mushrooms are tempura fried and paired with lots of mayo and cream, with a lightly torched layer of cheese, sweet glaze and a Thai-like sweet chilli sauce. Some might find this a little watery with the generous amount of sauce, but we can also see why it's a popular dish with its family-friendly flavours. I would recommend ordering this in a bigger group to share.

Tempura 7 Kind 3.8/5

The Tempura 7 Kind ($16) came with mock prawns, sweet potato, ladyfinger, pumpkin, enoki mushroom, baby corn and lotus root. These could be a bit more seasoned, but they were lightly battered and fried to a good crisp.

Photos and words by Jo. A girl who loves her Mala (麻辣) at Da La (大辣), discovering hidden food gems and a good cup of matcha latte. Note: This is an invited tasting.

Teng Bespoke
Sunshine Plaza
91 Bencoolen Street
Singapore 189652
Nearest MRT: Bencoolen (DT Line)

Opening Hours:
Daily: 11.30am - 3pm, 5pm - 9.30pm

1) Alight at Bencoolen MRT station. Take Exit A. Cross the road. Turn right to Prinsep Link. Walk to destination. Journey time about 3 minutes. [Map]

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Seafood Paradise @ VivoCity - The Very First Dining Concept Of Paradise Group Reopens At VivoCity


Seafood Paradise has reopened at VivoCity. You can enjoy some of their signature creations at 50% off from 12 April to 9 May!

Creamy Butter Crab topped with Coconut Crumbs 4/5

Some of the innovative dishes unique to Seafood Paradise and have remained ever popular include this Creamy Butter Crab topped with Coconut Crumbs ($9.50 per 100g). Heavily rich in butter and cream, the sauce is made fresh daily using aromatics such as curry leaves, white pepper, lemongrass and chilli padi. I feel it can outshine its counterpart Chilli Crab, but only if there was a depth of savouriness to balance the sweetness of the sauce.

Singapore Style Chilli Crab 4.5/5

Hence, Seafood Paradise’s rendition of the Singapore Style Chilli Crab ($9.50 per 100g) works better for my taste buds. The sauce was robust with a fiery kick, balanced with a slight sweetness.

Poached Live Tiger Prawn with Chinese Herb 4.5/5

My favourite dish of the evening was this Poached Live Tiger Prawn with Chinese Herb in Superior Stock ($29/300g, $41/450g, $53/600g). The superior stock is simmered with various Chinese herbs, rice wine and Hua Diao wine for more than three hours. Every sip of the broth was comforting for the drunken prawn dish.

Crispy Kang Kong topped with Cuttlefish 4.5/5

Another innovative creation that is evergreen is the Crispy Kang Kong topped with Cuttlefish in Homemade Seafood Sauce ($15.80 S, $22.80 M, $30.80 L). The fried kang kong leaf was amazingly light and crisp, and the slices of cuttlefish were pleasingly tender. To bind the ingredients together, served alongside is a special sauce made with hoisin sauce, oyster sauce, sweet Thai chilli sauce and sesame oil.

Steamed Dragon Tiger Grouper with Preserved Turnip 4.5/5

Another family favourite is the Steamed Dragon Tiger Grouper with Preserved Turnip ($9 per 100g). What makes this dish so memorable is the moreish bits of deep-fried preserved turnip that provides crunch and a depth of flavour to the grouper's sweet flesh. Akin to bacon bits on potatoes, it just turns every other thing delicious!

Baked Pork Belly Rib 3/5

To complement your seafood dishes, you can also try their Baked Pork Belly Rib with Honey Pepper Sauce ($8.90/pc). I would recommend having at least 2 to share this humongous piece of rib.

Deep-fried Cheese Bacon Roll 3/5

Some contemporary dishes such as this Deep-fried Cheese Bacon Roll ($12.80 for 4pc) are ideal dishes to have if you have beers to start the meal.


A dessert to end off a heavy meal would be the mildly sweet and sour Chilled Lemongrass Jelly in Lemonade and Sour Plum Juice ($5.80).


To celebrate its reopening, the restaurant is holding a month-long promotion: 50% Off Nostalgic dishes.

-Week 1, 12 April to 18 April: Signature Creamy Butter Sri Lankan Crab topped with Coconut Crumbs* (Limited to two crab redemptions per table per bill)

-Week 2, 19 April to 25 April: Boston Lobster tossed with Salted Egg Yolk* (Limited to two lobster redemptions per table per bill)

-Week 3, 26 April to 2 May: Steamed Dragon Tiger Grouper with Preserved Turnip* (Limited to one fish redemption per table per bill)

-Week 4, 3 May to 9 May: Poached Tiger Prawn in Superior Stock with Chinese Herbs* (Limited to one order redemption per table per bill)

Photos and words by Si An. A girl who is allured by travelling, loves the feel of freedom, smell of the rain and the aroma of fine coffee and food. Note: This is an invited tasting.

Seafood Paradise
1 Harbourfront Walk
Singapore 098585
Tel: +65 62210159
Nearest MRT: HarbourFront (CC Line, NE Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 11am - 3pm, 6pm - 1030pm
Sat-Sun & PH: 1030am - 330pm, 6pm - 1030pm

1) Alight at Harbourfront MRT station. Take Exit C or E. Walk to destination. Journey time about 3 minutes. [Map]

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

So France @ Duo Galleria - Experience The Taste of True Bistro Of Living


So France at Duo Galleria unveils a new look, introducing all-new menus, crafted to deliver an authentic contemporary French bistro experience. Classic, yet vibrant and modern, from the existing space that houses both a bistro and an epicurean grocer, So France now extends with a new alfresco terrasse for nights of drinks, tapas and sharing platters.

Salade Landaise 4.5/5

The new menu at So France embodies their philosophy of "innovative tradition", fusing classic French flavours into the current palate. And what caught my attention was the section on the menu that is devoted to duck. Starting with a salad that is native to the coastal Landes region of France, the Salade Landaise ($24) was hearty with cured duck gizzards (confit in duck fat and roasted to order) and cured duck breast. With crispy croutons tossed in, this salad was all about luscious mouthfill, meaty texture and crunch. The magic touch to this salad was the shaved foie gras terrine, that buttered every mouthful, but just very lightly, as they melt in my mouth. The ingredients sounded rather rich, but nothing was assertive, especially when the greens were simply dressed with Balsamic vinegar and olive oil.

Duck Rillette 4.5/5

Also available in their Tapas menu, Duck Rillettes ($15) is a must-order if you are in a group, especially when you are in the mood for a long night. What a pleasure to see and enjoy the rillettes with an entire bottle of cornichons! The duck leg meat is marinated with orange skin, star anise and thyme for 4 hours, rinsed and sous vide for 18 hours, then rested for about 26 hours. Shredded and not pulverised, a right amount of cold duck fat binds the shredded meats together, creating a luxurious spread for the accompanying croutons. The seasoning is on the lighter side, so one could really appreciate the very clean flavours of the duck and its fats.

Duck Confit 4.2/5

Mash Potatoes 4.5/5

You may have come across many versions ever since you get acquainted with French cuisine, but do try their highly raved Duck Confit ($34). Glistening, evenly roasted with smooth-running edges, the duck skin was crisp, and the meat was tender with a good ratio of fats. I could do with a bit more sauce, which helped to bring out the flavours of the duck confit. Although roasted Grenaille potatoes are served alongside, what really completes the dish is their Puree / Mash Potatoes ($8). A full-on, creamy confection of butter, cream and potatoes, this mash potatoes of theirs will have you coming back for more.

Oeufs Meurette 4.5/5

Oeufs Meurette ($22) is your eggs and bacon dish but done in a traditional Burgundian way. What gives this unassuming dish its characters is the complex homemade red wine sauce made with beef and chicken stocks, veal jus, shallots, vinegar, red wine and butter. It flavoured the subtlety of the poached eggs while the more assertive flavours of the meaty, thick-cut bacon mellowed out its sweetness and acidity.

Sea Bass Filet 4/5

For lighter fare, on the menu, they have Filet de Bar / Sea Bass Filet ($28). I loved how crispy the skin was, juxtaposed with creamy broccoli puree and broccolini mash.

So France Beef Burger 3.5/5

Catering to our undying love for burgers, there is So France Beef Burger ($24), with a patty made with a combination of brisket and chuck, layered with sundried tomatoes, raclette cheese, rocket and caramelised onion. Served medium rare, I reckon the patty needs more fats to up its beefy flavour. But overall, it was still quite a pleasure to bite into the fat burger, especially when the custom made sourdough bun was so light and chewy. You will appreciate the fries too, which is made with potatoes from France.

Creme Brulee 3.8/5

For desserts, the Creme Brulee ($12) was simple but comforting with it's warm, vanilla aroma and mellow sweetness.

Floating Island 3.8/5

The first time I tried a Floating Island was in Hungary at a sidewalk bistro, that was served in a cup. The Floating Island ($12) here is a much more elaborated version, and I do suggest you try this classic dessert, which is rather rare in Singapore.

Words and photos by Si An. A girl who is allured by travelling, loves the feel of freedom, smell of the rain and the aroma of fine coffee and food. Note: This is an invited tasting.

So France
Duo Galleria
7 Fraser Street
Singapore 189356
Tel: +65 6909 6449
Nearest MRT: Bugis (DT Line, EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 8am - 9pm
Sat: 9am - 9pm
Sun: 9am - 6pm

1) Alight at Bugis MRT station. Take Exit E or F. Walk to destination. Journey time about 3 minutes. [Map]

Friday, September 13, 2019

WAKANUI Grill Dining @ Marina One - Mutunga Wiki Sunday Brunch


WAKANUI Grill Dining Singapore at Marina One is a New Zealand steak and lamb restaurant, featuring Ocean Beef and WAKANUI Spring Lamb from the Canterbury region in the South Island of New Zealand. When WAKANUI started in Tokyo in 2011, it successfully became one of the leading steak and lamb dining experiences in Tokyo in a short period of time. Experience this fusion of flavours of New Zealand meat and Japanese cuisine at an unhurried pace with its newly launched Mutunga Wiki Brunch & Bubbly.

Kagoshima A5 Wagyu Fillet 100g

Mutunga Wiki is "weekend" in Maori and this leisure brunch is available only on Sunday 11am to 3pm. There will be a buffet spread of cold seafood selection, appetiser, dessert and cheese with any main course order. From $89 onwards, the main course menu features its signatures such as the Wakanui Spring Lamb Half Rack, which is highly raved about, Ocean Beef Ribeye 350gm ($118) to highly prized Kagoshima A5 Wagyu Fillet 100g ($118). My choice of main was Kagoshima A5 Wagyu Fillet. Aptly cut into cubes, each cube was evenly seared, breaking down the fats and releasing the flavours. The rest of the mains were definitely a lot more sizeable, but the full-bodied flavour and texture of this Wagyu were deeply satisfying.


Besides, there is no lack of food from the buffet spread. It was a simple lineup of brunch items, but each dish was done extremely well. I adored the creamy eggs, crispy slices of bacon, and everything you need to create a hearty bistro brunch is right there.

Scallop and Salmon Sashimi

Clams, Oysters, Prawns

These cold seafood selections will be good accompaniments to your wines and champagne, free flow at $39. The sweet and plump scallop sashimi was superb.

Cheese Platter

Do not miss out the Kapiti Smoked Havarti from the Cheese Platter! This creamy havarti cheese will whet your appetite with its buttery flavours, imbued with a smoky taste.

Beef & Potato Casserole

Since Wakanui specialises in high quality beef and lamb, you can imagine how yummy this Beef & Potato Casserole is.

Bread Pudding

For dessert, the rich Bread Pudding was decadent with a creamy base reminiscent of rum-and-raisin flavour and a golden crust. I love the flaky crust atop; it felt like I was having a croissant dessert. That summed up my Sunday brunch with a blissful sweet note.

Written By Si An. A girl who is allured by travelling, loves the feel of freedom, smell of the rain and the aroma of fine coffee and food.

WAKANUI Grill Dining
Marina One The Heart
5 Straits View
Singapore 018935
Tel: +65 63842665
Nearest MRT: Downtown (DT Line), Marina Bay (CC Line, NS Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 1130am - 3pm, 530pm - 11pm
Sat: 530pm - 11pm

1) Alight at Downtown MRT station. Take Exit D. What to Straits View road. Turn right on Straits View road. Walk to destination. Journey time about 5 minutes. [Map]

2) Alight at Marina Bay MRT station. Take Exit B. Walk to Marina Way road. Cross the road. Walk to destination. Journey time about 5 minutes. [Map]

Friday, April 12, 2019

Scrambled @ Icon Village - Burgers And Steak With Scrambled Eggs By Michelin-Starred Chefs


Nestled within Icon Village is Scrambled - a new egg-centric cafe with a scrambled eggs-focused concept and features a wide range of over 9 gourmet scrambled egg burgers, as well as a variety of palatable sides. Helmed by Michelin starred chefs, Hayden and Ju Lih, the scrambled eggs are undoubtedly one of the best I've had. The fluffy brioche burger buns are also made fresh daily by Michelin Star renowned restaurant Burnt Ends as well, and toasted on the spot upon order to ensure absolute freshness in every burger.

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Signature Egg 4/5

We headed straight for it’s most popular dish – Signature Egg ($9.90) which comes in a hearty stack of signature scrambled eggs, melted cheddar and hash brown. From the fluffiness of the toasted buns, buttery scrambled eggs to the crunchy hash browns, it boasts a simple yet superb combination. Add in sweet & savoury onion jam, and a touch of spiciness from the chiptotle aioli which was a tad mild to detect.

bacon scrambled
Bacon & Cheese 3.8/5

The Bacon & Cheese ($9.90) is another one of their top sellers. Featuring the signature scrambled eggs, melted cheddar and bacon strips in between, it was executed pretty well. My only gripe was that the bacon strips were not crispy enough and were rather soft in texture. Top it all off with some sweet & savoury maple aioli for subtle hints of sweetness to go along with the savoury burger.

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Scrambled Stack 4.2/5

Arriving in a massive stack of goodness sandwiched in between the familiar toasted buns is the Scrambled Stack ($14.90) which was an absolute hit. Nothing can go wrong with a medley of all the favourite ingredients – signature scrambled eggs, melted cheese, crispy hash brown, spam, crispy bacon, tomato and avocado slices sandwiched in between toasted buns. The addition of sweet & savoury onion jam, and the spicy chipotle aioli provide different flavour dimensions to the burger as well. It was akin to having the ultimate big breakfast (in burger-form), and I was impressed with how thought out this combination was, with all the flavours tying in and balancing off one another.

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Steak & Eggs 4.2/5

The Steak & Eggs ($17.90) features generous slices of sous vide sirloin steak cooked to medium rare which renders the meat to a perfect tender succulence, and further drizzled with chimichuri sauce to provide a lift in its flavours with a hint of fresh herbs. The dish also comes with a generous portion scrambled eggs on the side which boasts a buttery, creamy consistency. Simply seasoned with only salt, pepper and chives, and yet already stellar on its own.


Go for their other burger choices on the menu which include the Spam & Cheese, Smoked Salmon, Smoked Duck, Smoked Chicken Burger or the Avocado & Tomato for a healthier alternative. Apart from the scrambled eggs burgers, there are also the Truffle Grilled Cheese Sandwich and truffle fries for the truffle-fans as well. No doubt one of the places I've came across which does their scrambled eggs so well, and paired with unpretentious hearty ingredients in these rich stacks of goodness. It's definitely worth a try!

Photos and words by Crystal. A girl who likes to eat, photograph, and write about food, and dreams about travelling around the world one day. Note: This is an invited tasting.

Icon Village
12 Gopeng Street
Singapore 078877
Tel: +65 62210289
Nearest MRT: Tanjong Pagar (EW Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 1130am - 8pm
Sat: 9am - 3pm

1) Alight at Tanjong Pagar MRT station: Take Exit A. Turn left and walk down Peck Seah Street. Cross the road at the junction of Peck Seah Street and Gopeng Street. Walk to destination. Journey time about 3 minutes. [Map]

Friday, November 30, 2018

Morton's of Chicago @ Mandarin Oriental Singapore - All Natural Steak and New Fall Menu


In celebration of its 40th anniversary this year, Morton's of Chicago at Mandarin Oriental Singapore introduces a selection of mouth-watering seasonal items as part of their new Autumn menu. Morton's of Chicago also kicks up the festivities a notch with its all-natural, hormone-free tender cut for diners to indulge in this season.

All Natural 10oz Filet with Bone Marrow 4/5

One of my favourite dish is the All Natural 10oz Filet with Bone Marrow ($108) which boosts an exceptionally smooth texture for the meat. While the filet is lean and lacks marbling, the robust fatty coverted bone marrow was a great complement to the meat which enhances the flavours and textures of the dish.

Dry-Aged Prime Bone-In New York, 18oz 4.2/5

The Dry-Aged Prime Bone-In New York, 18oz (S$138) features a fine silky marbling and firm texture. By removing moisture through the carefully managed dry aging process, the steak’s natural taste is intensified to give a full-bodied flavor and succulent tenderness in each bite.

Nueske’s Bacon Steak 4/5

Back by popular demand, the Nueske’s Bacon Steak (S$20) was a combination of both bacon and steak. Prepared in a similar method as to a traditional steak, the thick-cut apple-smoked pork belly was coated with an autumnal sweet mustard glaze to provide a sweet flavour to the savoury dish. This sweet-savoury roasted slab of bacon, along with its juicy fats was an absolute enjoyment, ideal for sharing as an appetizer or as a side dish to accompany Morton’s selection of mains.

Truffled Mashed Cauliflower 3.8/5

We had some of their seasonal sides which were best paired with the richly-flavoured meat dishes. The Truffled Mashed Cauliflower ($28) was a light accompaniment to the hearty steaks, with its soft and fluffy cauliflowers exuding a strong whiff of aromatic truffle to tease the tastebuds for more.

Sauteed Wild Mushrooms 3.5/5

The Sauteed Wild Mushrooms ($23) features cremini, shiitake and oyster ceps, sautéed with butter and garlic and served on top of grilled golden baguette slices. Flavourful with a subtle saltiness, the dish is full of buttery and creamy goodness filled with heaps of juicy shiitake mushrooms.


With robust flavors setting the tone for a fall meal at Morton’s, the steakhouse’s 2015 Caymus, Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley, is highly recommended as a tableside companion. Enjoy a specially-priced bottle at $180 while supplies last. From now through December 30th, guests can also enjoy a fabulous Steak & Lobster dish for $108. The succulent 8oz. Filet topped with a Whole Maine Lobster & Bearnaise sauce is bound to satisfy even the most fervent of carnivores.

Morton’s Chocolate Layer Cake 4/5

No meal is replete without sweets, and Morton's of Chicago sets the bar high with a repertoire of sweet delights, especially their all-time favourite Morton’s Chocolate Layer Cake ($24) which comes in a towering rich chocolate goodness and a drizzle of salted caramel to balance it off.


Photos and words by Crystal. A girl who likes to eat, photograph, and write about food, and dreams about travelling around the world one day. Note: This is an invited tasting.

Morton's of Chicago
Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Fourth Storey
5 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039797
Nearest MRT: Promenade (CC Line, DT Line). Esplanade (CC Line)

Opening Hours:
Mon-Sat: 530pm - 11pm
Sun: 12pm - 9pm

1) Alight at Promenade MRT station. Take Exit A. Cross the road. Walk to Marina Square. Follow the signage to destination. Journey time about 6 minutes. [Map]

2) Alight at Esplanade MRT station. Take Exit B or D. Walk to Marina Square. Follow the signage to destination. Journey time about 8 minutes. [Map]