Soleil

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WHY GO

Lo­cated within the vicin­ity of Sec­tion 17, Soleil is a great lo­ca­tion for both large groups or in­ti­mate dates to sam­ple won­der­ful mod­ern Euro­pean cui­sine.

WHAT TO OR­DER

The home­made tagli­atelle, pan-seared Hokkaido scal­lops, cod roe but­ter and chives is a good starter. The fresh plump scal­lops give a good con­trast to the sauce. The grass-fed beef ten­der­loin tartare, parme­san sor­bet, aged bal­samic pearls and miso cre­meaux is an­other ap­pe­tiser worth try­ing. The beef tartare is del­i­cately sea­soned and goes very well with the smoky hint of the miso cre­meaux.

The Wagyu beef striploin MS 8, Jerusalem ar­ti­choke puree, grilled veg­eta­bles and Kam­pot pep­per sauce is def­i­nitely a de­light. The beef is lightly sea­soned, which does jus­tice to main­tain the true taste of the Wagyu. The grilled Sabah lob­ster, herbs but­ter, semi-dried tomato, squid ink spaghetti and saf­fron emul­sion is di­vine. The lob­ster is grilled just right and you can taste its moist­ness with a hint of salti­ness.

The pan­dan crepe, caramelised ba­nana with gula melaka and co­conut sor­bet comes highly rec­om­mended and the sweet fra­grance of the pan­dan crepe is a good com­bi­na­tion to the cara­malised ba­nana fill­ing.

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