With the Circuit Breaker in place, most of us are pretty much confined to our homes. From taking online classes to making our home the new office, we are all trying our best to stay home as much as possible. Because of that, it is inevitable to miss the comfort and convenience of eating out at fine restaurants during those special occasions with our loved ones.
But what if we tell you that you can take that experience back home? Whether you’re giving yourself a treat or is planning to surprise your loved ones, you can now get a fine-dining experience comfortably, right at home. Here are some restaurants that can deliver fine cuisines to you with their islandwide delivery services!
Combining the concept of fine dining with different food cultures isn’t an easy task… until you meet Nouri. Their menu was specially designed by Chef Ivan Brehm to emphasise on the connections and differences between global food traditions. This Michelin star restaurant will definitely bring that global food culture right in front of you with their selection of finely curated dishes.
Nouri offers a wide range of delicacies catering to people with varying preferences. The Kanzuri and Carabinero is a unique dish made with fermented Japanese chilli paste, aged carnaroli rice and fresh, deep water scarlet prawns. If you’re that ultimate seafood lover, you won’t go wrong with the Saffron Fish and Black Pepper Crab.
First time at Nouri? Order their famous 5-Course Omakase Lunch that comes with a pre-starter, starter, pre-mean, main, finally and a dessert. The cost of a three-course meal ranges from $108 to $150 depending on your selections of either the seafood, meat or vegetable set.
The Burnt Ends, one of the top 50 restaurants in the world, ultimate meat lovers’ paradise with a custom four-tonne, dual cavity oven and four elevation grills is definitely a must-feature in this article.
Give their Burnt Ends Sanger a try. This brioche bun is filled to the brim with tender, melt-in-your-mouth slow-cooked Pulled Pork Shoulder, Chipotle Aioli, Coleslaw and Pickled Jalapenos. It’s one of their must-have signature dish. If you are someone who’s more adventurous, check out that soft, fluffy, oven baked Bone Marrow Bun.
Yes, they have an exciting menu and we can’t decide what to order because we want everything! The team at Burnt Ends definitely know how addictive their food options are. They’ve curated a series of set meals that can feed up to 10. If you want to taste a little bit of everything, the set meals with prices ranging from $107 to $1498 might be your best options.
Ristorante Da Valentino
Fine-dining, Italian style? Check out Ristorante Da Valentino. This family business started in 2005 by Chef Valentino and his family members.
Nothing beats the luxurious experience of digging into the chef’s signature Spaghetti Aglio Olio e Frutti Di Mare ($29.90) with its generous portions of basil and a medley of fresh seafood like squid, scallops and clams. Think the usual steak is boring? You should totally get the Filetto di Manzo con Salsa di Funghi Porcini ($45.90) – an Australian Petit Tender served with a special, aromatic Porcini Mushroom Sauce.
What’s an Italian meal without ending it with a classic tiramisu? The Tiramisu Al Mascarpone e Cafe ($15.90) might sound like the average tiramisu, but is definitely a lot more to that! The imported Mascarpone combined with the bittersweet taste of espresso and liqueur is going to give your palate a pleasant surprise.
Gunther’s Modern French Cuisine
With an exciting portfolio of working under the mentorship of Chef Alain Passard in L’Arpège, and becoming Commis to Sous Chef de Cuisine within five years, Chef Gunther, owner of Gunther’s Restaurant is definitely a godsend to fine food lovers. To maintain that down-to-earth, yet perfect tasting food, the restaurant keeps in mind to use fresh produces to give their dishes unique, distinctive and delicate flavours.
If you aren’t sure what to choose, the Chef’s Menu is priced affordably at $158. You will be getting a perfectly seared Wagyu Steak along with a portion Cold Angel hair pasta served with Oscietra caviar and a dessert.
Chef Gunther is renowned for his reinvention of the classic dishes. He will definitely transform your dining experience into an exquisite one. Check out the Fine Apple Tart that is meticulously laced with with salted caramel and served with Havana rum-raisin ice cream. This dish is definitely the epitome of “playing with different flavour profiles and textures”.
If you are in a mood for some authentic Indian cuisine, look no further! Established in 1971, the restaurant has meticulously maintained the standards for excellent and quality food throughout these decades. As one of the leading Indian fine-dining restaurants in Singapore, they put heavy focus in providing their diners with a nostalgic yet refreshing flavour.
The restaurant offers a variety of mouthwatering selections of starters and main courses. Choose from both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Definitely check out their signature – the Chicken Tikka ($24). For the vegetarians, get the Palak Paneer ($22) – a combination cottage cheese and spinach. Pair the dish with a piece of naan ($5) to make it a complete meal. If you want a unique twist from the classic Indian dishes, try the Tandoor Grilled Seabass ($27). Give in to those sweet cravings, and dig into the classic Indian dessert – Rasmalai topped with fragrant pistachio and almonds.
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