OSIA, Resorts World Sentosa

OSIA, Resorts World Sentosa

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The only restaurant that I visited during Restaurant Week that serves western cuisine was OSIA, A brief introduction, OSIA is located along Festive Walk at Resorts World Sentosa and serves up Australian inspired cuisine. When they first launched back in 2010 or so, the media used to put much emphasis on it being run (or launched) by an Australian celebrity chef, Scott Webster. These days, I believe the restaurant prefers to let its dishes speak for themselves rather than drawing focus on the celebrity chef affiliation. That affiliation, by most accounts, seems to be that of a consultant in any case.

The Restaurant Week menu was one that surprised me – there was no cutting back of dishes from the usual set lunch menu, save for a $5 discount. The RW menu was never uploaded to the RW website so, it was a pleasant surprise. A great deal, I must confess.

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Summer Palace

Summer Palace

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Summer Palace has been one of the more memorable, if not the most memorable, meals that I’ve had during recent sessions of Restaurant Week. They have 2 or 3 Restaurant Weeks in a year, no? This of course, is entirely my personal opinion. A quick glance at the Restaurant Week’s reviews page for Summer Palace (see: http://www.diningcity.com/en/singapore/restaurant_summer_palace/reviews) showed that it has garnered relatively mixed reviews.

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Nassim Hill Bakery

Nassim Hill Bakery

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Nassim Hill Bakery is a cafe that I frequent for three simple reasons, 1. its proximity to home, 2. the ease of finding a car park lot and; 3. the expectation of reliable food that comes out from the kitchen.

Located at the back of the old Tanglin Post Office building, Nassim Hill Bakery bakes their own breads in full view of the diners – absolutely no outsourcing here. That is also probably reason enough for a bread basket to be served the moment one gets a seat the cafe.

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