6333 9905
Lewin Terrace is a Japanese-French fusion restaurant officially open in late March specializing in both Japanese and French culinary techniques and a produce-driven approach. Perched in the depths of Fort Canning’s greenery and imbued with Japanese entertaining and hospitality savoir-faire, Lewin Terrace is an ideal venue for all occasions, from casual dining to business appointments, private dining to leisurely dinners experiencing their dégustation menus. continue reading
Good For
Fine Dining
Opening Hours
12:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sun
12:00 - 15:00
18:30 - 23:00
Number of Seats
Other Info
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Corkage Fee
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Valet Service
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Foie Gras Terrine
Review (1)
Level4 2016-09-13
The place was located just behind the Singapore Philatelic Museum. It shared the carpark with the museum with valet service provided. The place was a black and white colonial style bungalow.As there was an event which occupied the indoor dining area, I was showed to a table in the alfresco area. Although there was no aircon, the place was quite cooling. I was having the 3 course French Week promotional lunch set which cost $40++.Amuse-bouche : Sweet Potato SoupThe soup had a taste similar to potato soup but with a sweet taste.This was followed by the bread basket and butter. There was 3 different kinds of bread which were served pipping hot. There was hot stones underneath the bread to keep the bread warm.LES ENTREEs : Galantine/ Japanese Raison "Kyoho"/ Creme De VermouthChicken/ Foie Gras/ Kyoho/ Creme VermouthThe rather unexciting chicken roll was lifted up in taste by the sour and sweet tasting grapes and the sweet pickled onions.LE PLAT : Terrine De Poisson/ Mangue Vert Spagetti/ Sauce AmericainePrawn/ Fish Terrine/ Green Mango Spaghetti/ American SauceThe green mango spaghetti turned out to be shredded mango. It did not taste sour although it was green mango. The fish terrine was more like fish cake with fish meat stuffed in the centre. The americaine sauce was made of crayfish with strong seafood taste, which peak up the otherwise bland fish terrine.The lunch set also came with a glass of red or white wine.LE DESSERT : Creme Brulee Lewin Terrace StyleThe dessert was served in a glass, different from the usual creme brulee. It was pudding, topped with ice cream, banana and caramel crisp. Interesting and did not taste too sweet.Yaki-Imo ($24++)Sweet Potato/ Caramel Ice Cream/ MapleThe dish was presented as sweet potato crispy leave with chocolate branch sticks. I was disappointed that the caramel ice cream was already melted when served. The sweet potato was smooth and creamy, topped with purple sweet potato powder.Overall the dishes were not bad, but still lacking of the wow factor. The place was an interesting cozy one. continue reading
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