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Skil­let@163 is a good ex­am­ple of fine din­ing done well as it of­fers ex­cel­lent food and ser­vice that make for an el­e­vated din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

Tempt the palate with the stand­out ap­pe­tiser of Alaskan king crab leg served with sev­eral dif­fer­ent taste sen­sa­tions in­clud­ing ke­don­dong gran­ite, av­o­cado cream, Asian pear and crispy rice wafers. Di­verse tastes of sweet, tart and sour unite to com­ple­ment the fresh­ness of the juicy crab meat.

The pre­mium main dish is the Aus­tralian mar­ble nine Wagyu strip loin served with root veg­eta­bles, sautéed morel and morel jus. A more mod­estly priced beef op­tion is the duo of Wagyu, cooked for 36 hours in a Bour­guignon-in­spired style. This por­tion of Wagyu beef cheek is ten­der and rich while an equally tasty Wagyu sausage wrapped in bean curd skin pro­vides an ex­cel­lent lo­cal ref­er­ence. Veg­eta­bles of crisp as­para­gus, thinly sliced onion and creamed cele­riac mash are su­perb and the jus rich while not over­pow­er­ing. A glass of Rey Sol Grand Re­serve Caber­net Sauvi­gnon is a per­fect match with the beef.

A Malaysian-in­spired dessert of kaya toast and kopi peng is de­li­cious with its fa­mil­iar tastes.

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