The 380-seater fumee.deli.bar+cigar restaurant offers an iconic Chiller Tower with 200 ice cold beer glasses for the beer lovers! Pick up cheese or cured meats at the Sarnie Artist section or swoon over delectable tapas menu, gourmet deli and fresh bakes from their Micro-Bakery. continue reading
Opening Hours
Mon - Tue
10:00 - 00:00
Wed - Fri
10:00 - 01:00
10:00 - 00:00
10:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday
10:00 - 23:00
Public Holiday Eve
10:00 - 01:00
Payment Methods
Number of Seats
Other Info
Online Reservation
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
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Signature Dishes
Beef Short Ribs Red Dot Heritage Linguine Chilli Crab Linguine Premium Wines by glass Gourmet Charcuteries
Review (3)
Level4 2017-11-28
The place looked like a deli from outside with its rows of cheese on the counter. Walked inside one could not help but wow at the collection of wines and other drinks over the bar counter. For Wednesday night, there was also live band available. Order was taken through ipad. Looking through the menu, it had quite a number of 1-for-1 item during supper hours.Power Plank ($48++, usual price $55++)Oriental Ribs, Sirloin Steak, Mini Wagyu Patty, Chicken Steak, Chicken Skewers, Wasabi Mayonnaise FriesThe mini patties were so cute looking which I mistook them as meatballs. This platter was a must order for meat lovers which we demolished it in no time.Blue Cheese Burger ($20++)Wagyu Patty (Doneness : Medium), Blue Cheese Sauce, Bacon, Caramelised Onion, Roma Tomato, Cajun FriesThe sweetness of the caramelised onion went quite well with the moist juicy patty, but the blue cheese sauce was a bit too overwhelming. Chicken Mac & Cheese ($24++)Succulent chicken served over spatzle & cheeseInstead of the usual macaroni, spatzle which was a kind of soft egg noodle found in the cuisines of southern Germany, was used here. Not sure why, the dish was more on the sweet side, instead of usual savoury flavour which one expected from Mac & Cheese.Mushroom Risotto ($22++)Roasted Mushroom, Puree of Roasted Mushroom, Parmesan Cheese, Carnaroli RiceThe simple looking dish was well cooked with earthy flavours of the mushrooms in the mouth.The restaurant would be having a 3-course set meal($38++) for the month of December, which consisted of a choice of Appetizer, a choice of Main Course and a choice of Dessert.For Appetizer, there would be Butternut Squash Soup,Smoked Salmon Gravlax, The slices of smoked salmon was decorated like a rosette which made it too pretty to be eaten. Lightly and refreshing.Foie Gras SaladIt was a good balance between the buttery pan fried foie gras, the sweetness of the fruit and crispiness of the vegetables.For Main Course, Prime Rib with Roasted Pumpkin & Chestnut,The brownish pile of braised chestnut offered a surprising sweet and nutty flavour which interesting to go with the tender juicy meat.Chicken Roulade & Silky MashAlthough looking much plainer comparing to the other main course, the dish held itself quite well.For Dessert,Toffee Pudding,The pudding reminded one of sticky date pudding, which was moist and served with toffee and cream sauce. Personally one would prefer it to be served hot with a scoop of ice cold vanilla ice cream by the side.Christmas CakeThe cake looked like a slice of log cake, served with slices of strawberries. It tasted like coffee sponge with oreo filling.Another upcoming dish in December would be the Seafood Platter, which consisted of half lobster topped with crispy parmesan crusted minced garlic , seafood couscous and pollock fish. For seafood lovers, the couscous would be the favourite as it filled with lots of juicy seafood such as prawns, mussels, clams, and calamari rings. The pollock was interestingly served on top of soften slices of potato. continue reading
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Level4 2016-05-21
We were in the area and wondered what's good here to eat...We read good reviews of food here and decided to come check things out for ourselves! We ordered:* Chilli Crab Pasta - it was actually rather spicy but over-bearing. The taste was not really like the Chilli crab you get in restaurants but it's still nice. The crab meat was also generous in amount, so much so that there was enough ingredients for every mouthful. • Red Dot Pasta - this pasta was with Japanese fusion flair. The seafood (scallop, prawns, squid and Japanese fish roe) was fresh and adequate for the pasta. I also liked the familiar sweetish savoury Japanese sauce that coated the pasta. • Attitude Dude - a double-patty burger with onions and coleslaw and all the other yummies. And truth be told, it was really great from the first bite! Hubby said price for quality, it beat many other burger joints. • Chicken Cheese Sausage Hotdog - an item from kid's menu but the serving was actually enough for a small adult eater. Taste was good too, the sourdough bun was crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Sausage was really cheesy and my daughter was so impressed with that! The hand cut fries was also very well fried and seasoned! I have eaten many many fries in my life and this really ranked quite high in terms of taste and texture!Didn't expect to have had such a satisfactory meal here. Will definitely recommend to friends and family! continue reading
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Fumée by Habanos is a gastropub, a deli and a restaurant all at once, spanning over 6,000 square feet at Millenia Walk, taking over the now-defunct Medz. Founded by Natalie and Helen, with a team of 11 chefs / bakerss, Fumée seeks to be the chillout destination in town, serving a huge variety of creative European-Asian fusion dishes and providing excellent service.From fresh bakes to tapas to main courses, Fumée ensures that every dish is of quality ingredients and presentation. Prices are reasonable and setting is comfortable, chic and the perfect spot for chilling out. Racks of wines and whiskeys are available for those looking for the perfect chillout spot after dinner as well, and there's live band on certain nights.Mains began with Burgers - the Muah Otah Burger (price unavailable) - think crispy toasted sesame buns clasping huge slab of Muah fish otah (otah is minced spicy fish paste put to grill) - spicy, moistened and utterly tasty. Included in the burger is also lettuce to add a balanced touch. Otah lovers like me will go wild over this burger.Fumée Burger (SGD$16.00) - crispy sesame brioche enclosing Wagyu beef patty, emmental cheese, bacon, tomato, onion, shaved cabbage, and served with a side of crispy fries. Needless to describe that the wagyu patty was juicy and succulent, making for an utterly satisfying meal.Moving on, pasta - we began with Red Dot Noodle (SGD$26.00) - springy pasta tossed with a myriad variety of quality seafood comprising tiger prawns, Hokkaido scallops, squids and clams, cooked in shellfish broth that engaged the palate scrumptiously.Next, Chilli Crab Noodle (SGD$19.00) - pasta tossed with blue swimmer crab and soft shell crab tossed in chilli crab sauce - crab lovers alert! This dish was flaming spicy with the tastiness of chilli crab gravy, definitely a dish to reckon with.Following that, the US Angus Short Rib (SGD$68.00) - this portion serves around 3 persnos. So, it a massive-looking 700g of USDA certified Angus bone-in short ribs, served with salad and fries on the side. At first glance, the beef looked a little intimidating, but after they sliced up nicely for us, our views changed immediately after the first bite. This darling was so, so, so tender, like a dream melting in the mouth upon the tongue's contact, and had the most delicious taste. I could gladly not eat anything at all, and order one of these all for myself as dinner.For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2016/04/media-invite-dinner-at-fumee-by-habanos.html continue reading
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