Hello everyone. So sorry for the MIA. I was SUPER busy with CNY preparation, CNY(itself) and my new job.
Yes, i have lefted that stupid company. Congrats to me, ok?
Anyway, i thought that there will not be any Valentine's Day celebration this year as it coincides with CNY first day.
But nevertheless, Bee still remember to bring me out for a lunch and movie date.
I appreciate that a lot. :)
We went to Iluma, the new shopping mall opposite Bugis Junction.
The reason why we went there is because of Chef Daniel's Kitchen.
Chef Daniel's Kitchen is started by Chef Daniel Koh.
Many of us had seen Chef Daniel Koh on television(mainly Channel 8) and we all know that he is the Executive Chef for Holiday Inn Singapore.
Bee and I are actually quite curious about this restaurant and of course, the FOOD.
So, we decided that we should try it, and there we go!
Chef Daniel's Kitchen is located at Iluma Shopping Mall(Bugis) level 7.
The restaurant is surround by a lush of greens and it is very windy there.
(Not enough to fly a kite thou)
The main restaurant and the kitchen is situated at different spots.
I think this is to ensure that the air-con in the restaurant will not have the food smell.
Leaving customers going out smelling fresh and stomach filled. :)
This is the kitchen with a sign board that reads "Chef Daniel's Kitchen".
The kitchen is very bright and transparent.
You can see many chefs with tall hats working busily.
I wonder if they are Chef Daniel's disciple? :D
This is the menu and the first page.
A picture of Chef Daniel Koh holding a glass of wine.
He looks very un-natural(to me).
But at least, very friendly. :D
My darling bee browsing the menu.
We could not decide on what to order as most of the dishes in the menu looks good.
We were expecting the menu to be short and concentration should be on the specialties.
Just like what Bee and I had in Warrington.
We ordered sashimi, tempura, soup and main course.
A mixture of Chopsticks, Soup Spoon, Fork and Knife! Damn Fusion.
Home-made Ice Lemon Tea(me) and Coke(Bee)
The Ice Lemon Tea cost $5 per glass. Very expensive but taste good.
One sip and you'll know that they use very good tea leaves.
The drink is smooth and fragrant. :)
One Foccacia bread(each) to start off the meal.
The complimentry focaccia bread is served warm.
Light crisp on the outside but inside is soft and smooth.
Definitely deserves a second helping. :D
Sliced scallops with special sauce and big orange roes.
The combination of the special sauce with thinly sliced scallops and big orange roes:
One word to describe, Perfecto.
It is written on the menu that the sashimi(s) are freshly imported from Japan.
Air flown some more ok! :D
I can easily finish one plate by myself. *Slurps*!
Labels: Chef Daniel's Kitchen, Food Experience