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2014-05-14 112 views
The restaurant is first located at the Fire Chief's House behind the historical Hill Street Fire Station and the Singapore Philatelic Museum in 2004. In 2013 it is relocated to the National Museum. The restaurant’s comprehensive wine list contains over 150 wine labels. The staff are proficient and attentive. The restaurant has 3 private dining rooms with one which seats up to 30 people. Today I am invited to an event by OpenRice. The tables are simply decorated and light up by the bright flower
Blinis, Citrus, Bottarga, Creme Fraiche
For appetizer, we have Smoked Salmon Rosettes which is made of Blinis, Citrus, Bottarga, and Creme Fraiche. It is a simple and great combination with balance of the saltness of the salmon and the sweetness of the sliced orange. Cream Of Mushroom
Truffle Oil & Chives
This is follows by the soup which is Cream Of Mushroom With Truffle Oil & Chives. It smells great of the truffle oil. Tastes quite thick and smooth.
For main courses, there is a choice between Grilled Beef Striploin and Seared Fillet of Barramundi. Grilled Beef Striploin
Truffle Mash, Asparagus, Black Pepper Sauce
The beef is served medium cooked and is a bit tough to slice through. Seared Fillet of Barramundi
White Bean Ragout, Mixed Herbs
The fish fares better as it is quite juicy. Dark Chocolate Cake
Caramelised Walnut, Anglaise Sauce
The cake is quite firm and chocolaty. Tropical Colada
And I end the meal with a glass of mockail called Tropical Colada, which made of pineapple and cream. It tastes creamy and refreshing.
Overall it is quite an enjoyable meal, thank to OpenRice. Nice place, with great service. Still water is refilled regularly and plates is cleared smoothly.