Liv­ing room in the sky

Epicure - - EPICURE NEWS -

Brash new-age Equinox has ended its 17-year run, and tak­ing over the 70th floor space is the de­cid­edly tran­quil and min­i­mal­ist SKAI. Ex­ec­u­tive chef Paul Hal­lett from Wales brings his love for beef to the fore through sourced ar­ti­sanal cuts, such as Wy­larah Wagyu from Aus­tralia and Wagyu from Saga and Miyazaki, char­coal grilled in a Josper oven. Ja­panese in­flu­ences are a wel­comed touch in exquisitely fin­ished dishes like the crisp Rye Noo­dle ($35) with dashi mush­room broth; finely chopped An­gus Beef Tartare ($28) with tex­tures of fer­mented shi­itake, caviar and ponzu sauce; and Miso Black Cod ($70), paired with pick­led Ja­panese turnips and co­conut and lime foam. A cock­tail bar helmed by Rusty Cer­ven show­cases new clas­sics, such as Bloody Skai and Pick­led Martini ($25 each). 70/F Swis­sô­tel The Stam­ford, 2 Stam­ford Road. Tel: 6837 3322

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