From clas­sic steak­houses to con­tem­po­rary restau­rants, there are plenty of places to get your Aus­tralian food fix. Here’s our roundup of the top spots to try now. Osia Steak and Seafood Grill

Expat Living (Singapore) - - Wine & Dine -

Who’s cook­ing: Sin­ga­porean Chef de Cui­sine Douglas Tay and his team, un­der the eye of celebrity Chef Scott Web­ster. Aus­tralian-born Scott’s reper­toire spans 40 years, and in­cludes no­table events such as feed­ing an en­tire Olympic vil­lage in Calgary, Canada, plus stints at The Savoy in Lon­don and in glitzy Bev­erly Hills. Osia was re­cently awarded a Miche­lin star in the in­au­gu­ral Miche­lin Guide Sin­ga­pore 2016.

What’s cook­ing: With an em­pha­sis on shar­ing and sea­sonal pro­duce, Osia presents con­tem­po­rary Aus­tralian cui­sine, us­ing mainly in­gre­di­ents sourced from Aus­tralia and the Pa­cific Rim. The Shar­ing Set Menu ($108 per per­son) hits all the right spots, open­ing with deep fried mud crab cakes and ten­der, char-grilled Fre­man­tle oc­to­pus that tastes fresh off the bar­bie. Then comes a grill plat­ter that in­cludes items from more far-flung shores: a trio of per­fectly cooked Nor­we­gian Lerøy fjord trout fil­let, ten­der Fer­min Ibérico bel­lota chuletero pork rack and then back to Aussie shores with a Mur­ray Bridge sig­na­ture beef hanger steak. Hav­ing gone al­most carb-free so far, we have just enough room for the hot choco­late soup with black pep­per ice cream – a cu­ri­ously mor­eish con­coc­tion!

Osia of­fers other set din­ner menu op­tions, too, as well as an à la carte menu, a set lunch menu and a Sun­day brunch.


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