It was a pleasant meal for me, while watching the sunset at the Marina Bay, the quaint One Fullerton spot. I love Forlino’s location which boasts a direct full frontal paranormic view of the sea, the city lights and the famous Merlion (which was undergoing some maintenance). The set dinner cost $98 per person.
Amuse Bouche (compliments from the Chef) was smoked salmon with asparagus sauce and a cold asparagus soup with salmon roe. It has a rather interesting sweet taste to whet the appetite with a free flow of warm foccacia bread with coarse sea salt and olive oil.
The appetizer was pan fried foie gras with pumpkin sauce and pine nuts. The foie gras was crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. It is packed full of flavour with the perfume of sliced black truffles, dotted with red wine reduction sauce, the sweetness of pumpkin sauce to counter balance the slightly salty foie gras.
The first dish was parsley pasta with sun dried tomatoes in vongole white wine sauce, with a multitude of crunchy fresh clams. The chef did a brilliant job to bring out the flavour of the ingredients. It was a marriage of flavors of the clams with the tomato wine sauce that just tasted heavenly.
The second dish was braised wagyu beef cheek in wine sauce. The beef cheeks was soft and decadent, the flesh just melts in the mouth.
Dessert was molten chocolate cake, with banana ice cream with raspberry and mint leaf. The chocolate was oozing out of the crispy chocolate cake. It was served with coffee or tea and mini meringue, chocolate pieces and white chocolate.
Dining Venue Featured:
Cuisine: Western, European, Italian
Location: #02-06 One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road
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