TETSUI RESTAURANT, TANGLIN PLAZA, SINGAPORE

My daughter took us to this Michelin chef, Lourent Peugeot, restaurant. It is a Japanese-French fusion restaurant, situated in the third floor of the petit Tanglin Mall. Fusion dishes could be quite interesting. For instance, they added some sea weed into olive oil, with addition of salted green tea leaves; salmon with cheese and pastry bread to provide different texture and taste in a dish. The décor is modern, visual delight, with a tall glass jar with colourful fighting-fish, hopefully not primed with French wine. Bamboo pots lined the wall to harmonise the interior. The wine list is impressive, but not really cheap. The lunch menu, a choice of three courses, offers at S$45, is reasonable for Singapore standards. The menu strained the eyes in the dimmed lights; it should be easier to read, and given a more poetic twist. The waiter introduced the food fairly well. Despite the excellent cuisine, décor and service, there were only two tables for lunch yesterday.

For details refer to their web blog: http://www.lptetsu.com

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