Orchard Road French restaurant Elan is an “upper-middle” French restaurant in Shaw Centre.
I finally tried the basic bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich from Eggslut today.
Recommended by Wong Ah Yoke of The Straits Times, from a chef turned home cook turned cafe owner. It was not cheap at $20, but the curry was flavourful, spicy and not the lemak type like Ipoh curry, and there was an abundance of toppings like poached chicken, roast pork, char siew, pig’s skin, braised pig’s ear, poached prawns, and quail egg.
Small Tables in Pacific Plaza at Scotts Road is where you can enjoy Ipoh dishes, Ipoh pastries and coffee in smart casual surroundings.
One of the most talked about new places to eat in Singapore is Koal. It is part of the Les Amis group, holders of Michelin Stars. We started with the Bread Roll. It is in a cast iron skillet filled…
Head to Kissajin if you are looking for a competitively price Omakase experience in Singapore. The catch is that do not expect ingredients like fatty tuna (otoro) or sea urchin (uni) in the courses here, though you still get a variety of ingredients presented in different cooking preparations.
Diners can opt for à la carte items, or a set menu ($70/pax) for lunch and a 4-course ($135/pax) tasting menu for dinner.
Kissajin is one of the casual Omakase where you get fresh produce and quality ingredients without breaking the bank. Diners can experience fun playful approach here in the restaurant.
élan restaurant Singapore is Les Amis Group’s latest concept in Shaw Centre. It serves “... approachable modern French cuisine sprinkled with Asian touches“.
Personally, it leans towards a more kappo-style for me since the courses showcase a variety of preparation techniques. The lunch menu definitely offers more value if you want to experience an omakase meal at Jinhonten.