Cover Photo: Yì by Jereme Leung

Make the most out of your mealtime with our round-up of timely treats

Chefs around the island are constantly coming up with creative menus to please our palates. If you are looking for something new to try, why not head to Bedrock Bar & Grill for the latest edition of its 2022 World Meat Series, showcasing premium and lesser-known meats from around the world. While whisky lovers can revel in Madame Fan’s latest whisky pairing menu, in collaboration with Johnnie Walker. Pamper yourself this weekend with a visit to Mo Bar for its lavish afternoon tea experience before heading to Yì by Jereme Leung for a taste of Spring.  

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1. Madame Fan

This Cantonese restaurant is teaming up with Scotch whisky brand, Johnnie Walker, for an exclusive whisky pairing menu, as part of Tatler’s Blue Vault dinner series. Helmed by executive Chinese chef Pak Chee Yit, sink your teeth into old and new creations that “showcase the essence of Cantonese cooking”. Standouts include the Chilean sea bass, wonderfully pan fried to achieve a crisp skin, and tender meat. The dish is then dressed with a refreshing yuzu supreme sauce and accompanied with a dram of Johnnie Walker Blue Label, alleviating this sweetness of the fish. Available from April 14 to 17, and 21 to 23. An advanced reservation of three days is required. For reservations, please call 6818 1921 or see

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Madame Fan

City Hall/ Bras Basah
$ $ $ $

2. Bedrock Bar & Grill

For the second edition of its 2022 World Meat Series, the steakhouse will present a showcase of meats by Dingley Dell Pork, a family-owned farm in Suffolk, England. Relish a five-course dinner tasting menu that puts the spotlight on the farm’s beautifully marbled pork.
The meal commences with a charcuterie plate featuring slow-cured cold cuts such as chorizo salami, Milano salami and coppa (boneless pork shoulder). It follows with toothsome mains, including tender and juicy pork trotters breaded and deep fried till crispy. The dish is complemented with a chilled gribiche sauce, comprising a medley of onions, gherkins, capers and parsley. The night ends on a sweet note with a rich chocolate pot de crème, adorned with chopped almonds, cocoa nibs and sea salt. Available from April 13 to July 17. Book here.

3. Yì by Jereme Leung

This Chinese restaurant is welcoming Spring with a new seasonal menu, conceptualised by MasterChef Jereme Leung and executive Chinese chef Yap Poh Weng. Look forward to artistic adaptations of provincial classics like its hearty double-boiled chicken soup, elevated with house-made Sichuan style spinach tofu and stuffed bamboo fungus. Other standouts include aromatic wok-fried Hokkaido scallops and imperial vegetables; wonderfully pan-fried sea cucumber generously stuffed with minced shrimps and edamame puree; and steamed watercress dumplings with prawn and mullet roe. Available from now until June 19. Book here.

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Yi by Jereme Leung

City Hall/ Bras Basah
$ $ $ $

4. Tippling Club

Malt whisky brand Monkey Shoulder is taking its No Forks Given pop up to Tippling Club. The latest installation of its cocktail-infused pizza night series will be exclusively available for one night only on April 17, and will see playful tipples and an extensive pizza menu.
On top of classic pizza flaovurs, such as margherita and pepperoni, savour innovative slices, including its Gyu pizza, which comprises layers of gorgeously marbled wagyu beef, gruyere crème and a tangy piccalilli relish. For drinks, anticipate a selection of Monkey Shoulder concoctions. For something classic, go for the ginger monkey, made with Monkey Shoulder’s original blended whisky, ginger ale, and orange. Or, if you want to try something new, opt for the Daydream Believer, which sees a blend of Smokey Monkey, miso white truffle, milk and liquorice. Book here.

Tippling Club

Tanjong Pagar
$ $ $ $

5. Mo Bar

Spend an afternoon at Mo Bar and delight in its latest afternoon tea experience. Delight in a tantalising spread of sweet and savoury creations featuring Asia-Pacific-inspired flavours. Start off with the cajun marinated chicken wrap paired with refreshing pico de gallo and sour cream, before digging into rich Romesco toast (charred tomatoes and roasted red peppers puree) topped with silky scallop mousseline. Desserts are a sweet affair with options like the golden eggs, which sees moist hummingbird cake balanced with refreshing coconut-pineapple mousse. Wash these down with Mandarin Oriental’s exclusive tea blend—a Singapore-inspired green tea with hints of ginger and citrus. Available from now until April 30. Book here

Mo Bar, 5 Raffles Avenue, S(039797), +65 6885 3500

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