The Weekly Grub: 5 Things To Eat And Drink In Singapore This Week

This week we introduce lighter, healthier meal options to go alongside rich and indulgent Indian and Japanese food. Life is all about that balance after all!

The Song of India Celebrates 13th Anniversary With A Spectacular Sunday Brunch Fiesta

The Song of India marks 13 years in Singapore with a spectacular brunch fiesta and guest chefs as part of the World Gourmet Summit 2018. Keeping with the theme of celebrating Singapore, the three guest chefs will join Director of Cuisine, Chef Manjunath Mural to feature a dish representative of their culinary style at the live stations alongside The Song of India staples like aromatic Mutton Roganjosh and creamy Malabar Fish Curry. Look forward to innovative creations like Chef Mural’s Calcutta Kathi Roll with Masala Tapioca and Guest Chef Ivan Yeo’s (from The 1925 Brewing Co. Restaurant) Khao Suey Curry with Smoke Lamb and Glutinous Rice. With over 25 dishes to try, bring your appetite!

The Song of India‘s Sunday Brunch Fiesta is happening on 29 April 2018 from 11.30am-3.30pm. Priced at $68 inclusive of free flow soft drinks and juices (top up $20 for beer and wine). For more details, check out the event page here.

Bedrock Bar & Grill 2018 World Meat Series: Sake Kasu Salt-Aged Beef

Bedrock Bar & Grill embarks on yet another epicurean journey with the second part of its World Meat Series 2018. Diners will get to experience Sake Kasu Salt-Aged Beef produced by Bedrock Bar & Grill’s very own customised in-house salt-ageing fridge. The salt-aged beef is marinated with lees leftover from sake that has been fermented for 18 to 32 days, typically for 14, 21 or 60 days depending on the cut. The Sake Kasu Aged Wagyu menu is available now till 30 June 2018.

Bedrock Bar & Grill is located at 96 Somerset Road, #01-05, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Singapore 238163, p.+65 6238 0054. Open daily from 12pm-3pm and 6pm-11pm.

Kazuo Takagi X Shigeo Akiba Four Hands Dinner at Nami Restaurant & Bar

Yet another World Gourmet Summit event, join two Japanese culinary masters – Chef Kazuo Takagi of two-Michelin starred restaurant Takagi (Kyoto) and Nami’s Chef Shigeo Akiba – this Friday for an unforgettable seven-course dinner. The menu is a collaborative, artistic expression of their cuisine styles, reveling in the freshest and best harvests of the season with absolute refinement. Look forward to delicacies like Eel Chimaki Sushi, Lily Bulb with Foie Gras and 7-Creations Bamboo Skewer as well as the simmered dish Red Snapper and Manila Clam with Spring Vegetables and Bamboo Shoots.

The seven-course dinner will be taking place on 27 April 2018 from 6pm and is priced at $350. For more details, check out the event page here.

Icehaus @ Alley On 25 Unveils New Superfood Salad Lounge

Designed to help diners live well through wellness-conscious dining, Icehaus allows you to dig into unlimited servings of superfood grub consisting of kale, quinoa, chia seeds alongside hearty soups and lean protein.

Located at Andaz Singapore, the DIY Superfood Salad Lounge is available on weekdays, lunch ($18) comes with free flow Andaz ice tea while dinner ($28) features additional premium chilled seafood and cheese stations.

Icehaus @ Alley on 25 is located at 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354, p.+65 6408 1234. Open from 10.30am-10pm for all-day dining. 

Grain Begins Michelin Series With Braci

Grain introduces a Michelin meal box collaboration with renowned Italian chef-restauranter Beppe De Vito of the ilLido Group. Partnering with Grain’s R&D Chef Issac Tan, Chef Beppe has created Cha Soba with Assorted Mushrooms ($17.50), inspired by the dish Chef Beppe created for Toggle’s Original, ‘Bento Stars’ programme. Available as a highlight dish on Grain’s menu from Monday, April 23 to Friday, May 4, orders can be made online or via the Grain app that is available to iOS and Android users.  

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Top Image courtesy of The Song of India

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