We don’t know what you guys have planned for Valentine’s, but February is looking good on the food front. Award-winning bar Tippling Club‘s got the goods with Rémy Martin’s global chef program, and Summerlong stays true to its name and brings warm Grecian winds our way. Planning a group date with friends soon? Hang out by Intercontinental’s Afternoon Tea by day or Junior’s Chinese New Year pop-up bar by night.
Tippling Club Hosts Rémy Martin for the #TeamUpForExcellence Global Chef Program
Two-Star Michelin Chef Jean-François Piège continued his international tour with Rémy Martin in their collaboratory effort in the global brand campaign, #TeamUpForExcellence. This time, Singapore’s turn saw an exclusive eight-course pairing menu available for two nights only, brought together with Cellar Master Baptiste Loiseau and Chef Kirk Westaway of JAAN, where each dish came inspirited with flavours and pairings of cognac. From now till the end of the month, an exclusive pairing of Chef Piège’s buttery Grilled Foie Gras and The New Decade Cocktail by Tippling Club’s very own Head Bartender Andy Loudon will be available at S$40++.
Tippling Club is located at 38 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088461, p. +65 6475 2217. Bar open Mon-Fri 12pm – 12am, Sat 6pm – 12am. Closed Sun.
A Spread from Greece to the Mediterranean at Summerlong
The Chinese have our eating houses and the Spanish have tapas, but the intense allure of authentic Greek and Mediterranean food is hard to beat. Experience Summerlong’s newest menu made with the utmost merdeka from Head Chef Fotis Kokoshi. Think plant-based creations like creamy Tzatziki (S$14++) and chickpea and black sesame Cauliflower Hummus (S$14), or impossibly tender skewers off the charcoal grill like Arabian-spiced Lamb Kebab (S$26++) and Tiger Prawn (S$32++) served with refreshing fennel salad. Chase your feast down with a showcase of Tiki cocktails, made fresh with the freshest Grecian produce.
Summerlong is located at 60 Robertson Quay #01-04, Singapore 238252, p. +65 6235 1225. Open Mon-Fri 5.30pm – 12am. Sat-Sun 10.30am – 12am.
Take a Walk in The Garden with InterContinental Singapore’s Classic Afternoon Tea
We’re one month into 2020, but who says you can’t start fresh now? Inspired by the season of rebirth and new beginnings, InterContinental Singapore launches Classic Afternoon Tea: The Garden from 1 February to 31 March 2020. Presenting a variety of classic tea flavours, tea-time takes shape in the form of sweet and savoury, with fruit-infused saccharinity including Apple Tea-Infused Mascarpone Chantilly Cheesecake and Strawberry Thai Basil Lemon Tarts opposite tangy Tomato Prawns and Basil Pesto Brioche. Tickets go at S$88++ for two, inclusive of a choice of fine loose-leaf tea or coffee, and unlimited ice cream, or S$118 for two, with an additional two flutes of Taittinger Brut Champagne.
Classic Afternoon Tea: The Garden is located at The Lobby Lounge, InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966, p. +65 6825 1008. Tea time runs Mon-Thu 2pm – 5pm and Fri-Sun 1pm – 3pm and 3.30pm – 5.30pm.
Make a Toast To the Lunar New Year at Junior
Live up the last days of the Chinese New Year at Junior’s House of Dancing Lion pop up. Spreading joy till 22 February 2020, the event graciously sponsored by Rémy Martin boasts themed cocktails that envelope the senses in fiery flavours like classic laddie malt, coffee vermouth, DOM Benedictine, and charred chilli Bak Kwa bitters in Fanning the Flames (S$25++). Experience Janice Wong’s Singapore Hae Bee Hiam Chocolate’s unique combination with Alipus San Luis Mezcal, lemongrass, lime, tamarind, and Hae Bee Hiam Tincture in the Ha Ha Ha (S$25++).
Junior is located at 43 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088464, p. +65 8121 1462. Open Mon-Sat 6pm – 12am.
New Look and New Menus at So France
This immersive all-in-one gastronomic destination at Duo Galleria is ringing in the new year with a brand new look and all-new menus that break away from caricatured notions of the typical Parisian bistro. Funky, modern, and fun, enjoy a great night out with friends at the new alfresco terrace with a live crepe station during weekend brunch and things like Pan-seared Seabass (S$28++) on a bed of pureed broccoli and the hearty Cassoulet (S$32++), a traditionally French family dish comprising slow-cooked meat, pork skin, and white beans.
So France is located at Duo Galleria, 7 Fraser St #01-51/56 Singapore 189356, p. +65 6909 6449. Open Mon-Thu 8am – 9pm, Fri 8am – 10pm, Sat 9am – 9pm, Sun 9am – 6pm.