Bloomberg: The Best New Restaurants in Singapore, as Chosen by Top Chefs

From a star chef’s casual French spot to incredible Indian food, these are the 13 places to eat at now.

A concept of Ebb & Flow: Sommer Dining has been listed by Bloomberg, chosen by Top Chefs as one of The Best New Restaurants in Singapore.

"From a star chef’s casual French spot to incredible Indian food, these are the 13 places to eat at now." - Bloomberg

Chou farci with crayfish at Sommer
In its first year, this intimate space at the Sail at Marina Bay has already garnered a Michelin star for Lewis Barker’s superb modern European menu. Among the over-the-top dishes: lobster with caramelized cauliflower, jasmine tea, and finger lime; pigeon with chestnut, salsify, and black garlic; and chou farci with crayfish, jamon, foie gras, and white truffle.
“I was very impressed with Lewis’s inventive technique on seasonal ingredients and how he translated his culinary philosophy to his food and its presentation authentically,” says one of the city’s top chefs, Sebastien Lepinoy of Les Amis. “The beef Wellington stands out with its generous slice of juicy tenderloin encased in a thick layer of mushroom duxelles and a beautifully baked butter puff pastry.”
Ryan Clift, chef-owner of the Tippling Club, is also impressed with Barker’s work: “The quality of the ingredients and the skill applied to them speak volumes about the young chef’s talent.” Recommended by Sebastien Lepinoy, director of culinary and operations at Les Amis, and Ryan Clift, chef-owner of Tippling Club


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