Describing herself as a food artist that creates on a canvas, Singapore’s poster girl for desserts certainly has ambition and a knack for creating good looking, yet tasty food.
Having opened restaurants in Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo, the contemporary Chinese restaurant at the National Museum is the latest addition to the cluster. Joining in the buzz of the Singapore Night Festival, it made its debut to hungry art lovers just a day before the event.
Dishes at the flagship restaurant boast of whimsical Chinese dishes such as colourful dim sum and noodles, a melting scroll inspired by Harry Potter (made of mushroom paper) accompanying charcoal noodle, innovative desserts, and various multi-coloured sweets and confectionary creations.
Edible food art adorns the 1,500 sq feet establishment – making it similar to dining in an art gallery itself. Visitors are also in for a treat with an array of edible toys and take-home confectionary creations such as the chocolate paint and lollipops.
The restaurant is located at the National Museum Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, 01-06. Opening hours are from 10am to 11pm (Monday to Thursday), 10 to 1am (Friday to Sunday).
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