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

When it comes to Singapore’s dining scene, there is always something to get excited about. This week is no different with some of the island’s best tables revamping their menus to give us tantalising new dishes to feast on.
 
Start by treating the family to a nostalgic meal at buffet restaurant Ginger, which has refreshed its menu to showcase our favourite local delights. You can also consider Ken Japanese Restaurant for its delightful spring menu or Claudine for an exquisite brunch affair of classic French fare. Finish the week on a high note at Skai; the restaurant with a view is also offering a mouth-watering brunch menu in collaboration with Grey Goose vodka.

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1. Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse

Steak lovers can head to Bistecca for its Best of Bistecca menu, in celebration of its 10th anniversary. This four-course menu is a collection of the steakhouse’s most popular dishes throughout the years, and you’ll be able to tuck into classic starters such as creamy burrata, beef and tomato ragu, and pan-seared scallops.
 
Naturally, the star of the experience is the premium F1 Wagyu sharing steak—exclusively imported from Australia. Choose between two cuts: the classic t-bone Fiorentina, or the bone-in ribeye Costata. This will be grilled according to your preference and will be served with the usual steak fries, brussels sprouts and decadent mac and cheese. Available from now until March 31. Book here.

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Bistecca Tuscan Steakhouse

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2. Claudine

Head to Claudine this weekend and savour its latest Sunday brunch menu, crafted by executive chef Julien Mercier, chef de cuisine Loïc Portalier and pastry chef Jeanette Ow. Start with the Le Grand Plateau de Fruits de Mer, a luxurious seafood platter laden with majestic Jacques Cocollos oysters, refreshing razor clam ceviche, and juicy King Crab legs. Move on to other innovative offerings such as the milk-fed Axuria lamb. The meat is marinated in a secret Moroccan-inspired spice blend and slow cooked for eight hours. Zesty confit lemon flecked couscous and grilled vegetables make for the perfect accompaniments.
 
Desserts are also worth a mention. Try the crêpe sou-zette, featuring fluffy crepes generously stuffed with tangy organic orange cream and flambéed with caramel laced Suzette sauce. Available on Sundays from 11.30am to 6pm. Book here.

Claudine, 39C Harding Road, S(249541), +65 6265 2966

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3. Ken Japanese Restaurant

Ken Japanese Restaurant welcomes spring with head chef Ryo Endo’s omakase menus, made with the season’s best. There are a plethora of mouth-watering dishes to look forward to, of course, and these include his signature kegani. This hairy crab from Hokkaido, Japan, is first steamed to let its natural sweetness shine before it is served atop delicately sculpted shari. It is finished with a swipe of the chef’s special soy sauce blend (mirin, sake, soy, katsuobushi). Available from now until 30 April. Book here.  

Ken Japanese Restaurant, 1 Goldhill Plaza, 01-17, S(308899), +65 6250 1321

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4. Skai

Skai has collaborated with Grey Goose vodka to present a delectable brunch menu, exclusively available on March 26. Curated by chef Paul Hallett, the menu features premium grilled meats and quality seafood. Highlights include the tender confit duck served with green beans; hearty spiced crab bisque paired with a crisp gruyere crouton; and rich chorizo macaroni served alongside an aromatic and vodka-infused and tomato sauce.
 
Brunch is never complete without drinks. Savour carefully crafted cocktails by head bartender Arjay Guarin. Perfect for the sweet-toothed, his signature Kohitini is a mixture of Grey Goose vodka, banana cold brew and salted caramel. Book here.

Skai

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5. Ginger

Celebrate flavours of Singapore with Ginger’s refreshed menu, featuring nostalgic local delights. Led by chef Vincent Aw, diners can look forward to tantalising Singaporean fare, including popiah with bamboo shoots and ayam penyet crust. Ginger’s interpretation of this beloved Singaporean dish sees crunchy bamboo shoots, turnip, soft boiled eggs, ayam penyet crumbs and sweet sauce, delicately wrapped in a thin paper-like crepe. Book here.

Ginger, 7500 Beach Road, Parkroyal on Beach Road, S(199591),  3138 1995

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