Raffles Hotel Singapore showcases winter specialities created with best-in-season produce

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Raffles Hotel Singapore showcases winter specialities created with best-in-season produce
Raffles Hotel Singapore showcases winter specialities created with best-in-season produce

Winter in Asia is a season filled with meals and festivities. For individuals and guests in Singapore, that is the right time to discover the Raffles Hotel winter promotion, centred round specialities created with best-in-season produce.

Raffles Hotel Singapore showcases winter specialities created with best-in-season produce
Scallop carpaccio, celeriac, winter citrus, Kristal caviar. Photo courtesy: Raffles Hotel Singapore

At the lodge’s energetic Bar & Billiard Room (BBR), Chef de Cuisine Natalino Ambra presents a riveting winter menu, which incorporates extremely sought-after winter truffles.

Elevated with conventional Italian cooking strategies, that is an epicurean eating affair that captures the essence of Italy, whereas immersing friends within the charming heritage of BBR.

For the last word Italian eating affair, indulge within the BBR Tentazioni menu (SGD 158++ per visitor), which is a curated menu that includes seven handpicked creations. A high-quality number of Italian and French wines can accompany the menu (SGD 118++ per visitor). At lunch, friends might go for a 2-course (SGD 48++ per visitor) or 3-course (SGD 58++ per visitor) menu.

From the beautiful number of antipasti, relish the recent flavours of Carpaccio di capesante, that includes scallop carpaccio completely seasoned with celeriac, a hearty root vegetable that’s usually utilized in winter cooking, winter citrus, and Kristal caviar for an added contact.

Delight in Millefoglie con ricotta, a lightweight as air puff pastry that’s classically utilized to desserts. Chef Natalino’s savoury take is a scrumptious mixture of ricotta cheese, mushrooms, and decadent black truffle.

For most important programs, Chef Natalino presents his versatility and innovation from handcrafted pastas, recent seafood, savoury meats, and wood-fired pizza.

Winter specials embody Spaghetti di Gragnano al nero di sepia, a basic favorite pasta from Southern Italy cooked with squid ink sauce alongside with tender and juicy slow-cooked cuttlefish; and Costina di manzo, a heat hearty dish that’s excellent for chilly winters.

The braised wagyu beef quick rib is accompanied by an array of texture, flavours, and hues from pumpkin and winter greens, topped with black truffles.

Wrap up the indulgent eating expertise with a pleasant number of signature desserts, like Variazione di cioccolato, that includes wealthy Napoleon chocolate paired with a crispy tuile for notes of caramel, complemented with Oabika sauce, a cocoa fruit focus which delivers delicate notes of berries, and Monte Bianco, or Mont-Blanc. The intricate dessert is crammed with recent chestnut cream to be loved with vanilla ice cream and the citrus notes of sudachi.

Aperitivo Specials at Bar & Billiard Room

Established in 1896, BBR is a social house for town to assemble and revel in. Relax within the energetic indoor bar or the breezy al fresco patio and revel in curated Aperitivo Specials between 6pm and 8pm from Thursday to Monday.

Pick from a refreshing number of basic aperitivo cocktails priced at a particular SGD 18++ every, or sip on the style of Italy with chosen white and pink wine labels at SGD 15++ per glass. These pleasant specials are paired harmoniously with a complimentary Italian canapé with each glass ordered.

Guests may additionally decide to take pleasure in a number of Italian and French wines ranging from SGD 98++, accompanied by complimentary chilly cuts and cheeses for each bottle bought, excellent for celebrations and convivial get-togethers.

When: Lunch (Monday, Thursday to Sunday) 12pm to 2.30pm; Dinner (Monday, Thursday to Sunday) 6pm to 9.45pm; Bar (Monday, Thursday to Sunday) 12pm to 10.30pm. Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday

Where: Raffles Hotel Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673 (Located subsequent to the Main Building)

Dress code: Casual Chic (No slippers or flip-flops)


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