Monday, August 24, 2009

Lunch Specials

Of all the sushi places, my favourite to have lunch at is Sushi Yoshida. Prices on the menu are represented nett so it saves you a small headache from the post lunch bill calculation. This is my favourite chirashi place and the icing on the cake for me about having lunch here is dreamy onsen tamago that kicks off the meal.


Hot foie gras jelly topped wild mushroom fricassee under buckwheat brioche crust and black truffle coulis at Jaan

Lunch at Jaan is what I call Jaan made more affordable. Priced higher in relativity to most set lunches in the city, it’s still a really great place to have lunch – dining with a view, quality service and extremely stylish and gratifying food. The foie gras with wild mushrooms bowl that I had during my last lunch there was deliciously awesome.


Onglet Steak with shallots and garlic confit served with French fries at Au Petit Salut

Although having lunch at Au Petit Salut’s either requires a car, a taxi ride or a bus ride and small hike making it slightly less accessible than its former location; their winning formula of classic simple bistro fare priced rightly lunch menu still fill their lunch tables. My favourite thing to have here is the onglet steak with shallots and garlic confit served with French fries.

I first ate at Tenshin six months ago and beware, it is dangerously addictive. I have been back there five times. The mini kaiseiki is the best way to lunch there, if not I’ve sort of invented my own set lunch – a tempura set with an ‘upgrade’ of scattered rice.

I think “Let’s do lunch” is probably one of my favourite three-word phases.

Sushi Yoshida
10 Devonshire Road
Tel: 6735-5014

Jaan
2 Stanford Road
70F Swissotel
Tel: 6837-3322

Au Petit Salut

40C Harding Road
Tel: 6475 1976

Tenshin

1 Cuscaden Road
The Regent
#03-01
Tel: 6735 4588

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