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The latest menu by Restaurant JAG’s Executive Chef and owner Jeremy Gillon takes diners on a delectable culinary bliss.

The epitome of contemporary French fine dining, the restaurant reveals layers of unimaginable textures, aromas, temperature and flavours, inviting you to use all your senses as you savour the meal. In the folloiwng we highlight four dishes you can expect to delight in.

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Get inspired with blanched beans from France, elegantly tied in a bundle held together with a dainty chive knot, cooked to crunchy perfection. The crisp of the beans is balanced beautifully with the natural juice of this summer veg.

Sitting like an island on an aromatic parsley garlic butter, the final touches are the black truffles, also from France.  Agastache herb plays a key part in enhancing the flavours of this dish. 

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You will love the French aubergine prepared three ways - pureed, olive-oil pickled and grilled.  The fresh Plaice skin is pan-seared and grilled to achieve perfect crisp while the moist flesh remains succulent and tender. The fish jus accentuated with the with the aromatic carvi herb.

Restaurant JAG Surreau Cherry Tomatoes Pike eggs

Restaurant JAG Surreau Cherry Tomatoes Pike eggs

The luscious French tomatoes with its naturally vibrant hues of reds, yellows and orange, crowned with golden pike eggs is transformed into confit and pickled savoury delights.

The confit tomatoes prepared with cinnamon bursts with flavours and its naturally oily and sweet flavours. The pickled tomatoes also retain its luscious texture. For an elegantly simple dish, the technical cooking methods including the tomato water dressing is highly complex. 

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Restaurant JAG Chamomile Wagyu Beef Boudeuse Oyster with Broccoli

Celebrated by chefs for its dainty size but sweet, succulent and very generous meat, the French Bourdeuse oyster is perfectly paired with a strip of prized Australian Westholme Wagyu. The oyster lightly torched and layered with the sliver of sushigrade wagyu. Pickled and jellied broccoli adds the freshness and is finished with a dusted of chamomile powder.

As with the ingredients, an impressive wine menu, signature cocktails and commitment to flawless dining experience for their guests is unrivalled. Inspired by the beauty and nature of the mountainsides in Savoie, France, 40 indigenous herbs are thoughtfully selected from the region then exclusively flown into Singapore.

Every dish at Restautant JAG is intimately created to highlight the distinctive trait of each herb.  At the heart of every chef and restaurateur is the desire to create and inspire – To craft food and experience in such a way as to leave you wanting more.

Pricing starts from $58 for a Three Expressions Lunch and $168 for a Seven Expressions Dinner

A. 76 Duxton Rd 089535 W. www.restaurantjag.com P. +65 3138 8477

 

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Sylvia
INFLUENCER
58 comments
27 September 2019
The omakase dining experience at Restaurant JAG is second to none. From Chef Jeremy’s amazing creations to the ambience and service, I would say it is an exclusive affair. If you are not the omakase type there is an option to order a la carte. However I feel diners would be missing the point in a restaurant like this if one were to do that. Why you might ask? To me this is an opportunity to taste Chef Jeremy’s creations that vary from table to table. Being an adventurous diner, I was most pleased to know that the table beside were having a seven course dinner too but dishes served differed from mine. How fabulous! I felt the difference as soon as I stepped into this very private Restaurant JAG. Not knowing what my next course was going to be was exciting…at least for me. From cute canapes to start the palette’s momentum I had to gasp when the first starter of tomatoes were served. Looking beautiful and colourful to say the least this dish was stunning. Dressed with a dill, pesto and olive oil combination it was a burst of fresh citrus flavours very much welcomed by my taste buds. Even the selection of olive oil was of supreme importance. To pick one that rounds off the palette rather than one that feels heavy and sticky. A highly recommended dish if you could order it. As Restaurant JAG’s theme is to cook dishes with seasonal ingredients the menu changes every few months - refreshing! As was the Domaine Vendange Jacquere wine I was drinking. Having not tried a vintage like this I was thoroughly pleased when I was recommended it as an accompaniment to the tomato starter. I would liken this drop of wine to a light sauvignon blanc. Easy to drink and light tones to pair with a starter meal. The quinoa and Jerusalem artichoke was served as the next course. This was not only different it was divine. With an artichoke juice poured over it and artichoke powder sprinkled on the top this was my absolute favourite of the night. I would be thrilled to have this as my main meal if I ever went back to Restaurant JAG. A true gem not to be found anywhere else as it was created right here by Chef Jeremy! As the next wine was served I was informed that this Collioure of the Blanc L’Ecume variety was a stronger, sharper taste that would balance out the creamy flavor of the next dish. So creatively presented, Chef Jeremy stacked a myriad of layers on a sourdough crisp starting with foie gras on the bottom then a variety of mushrooms above it. This was followed by mushroom ice cream and shaved mushroom to top it all. Now this might sound like a lot but it wasn’t. Put together delicately every mouthful was an elegant blend of light tones that was simply delicious. I had only devoured three courses by this time with another four to go but was already filling up. A very interesting dish of barnacles from Brittany served with carrot puree turned up. Not recalling if I had ever eaten barnacles, I googled to check the meaning. Related to crabs and lobsters barnacles are exclusively marine and tend to live in shallow and tidal waters, typically in erosive settings. According to Chef Jeremy of Restaurant JAG barnacles are plentiful in France at this time. I could taste the full marine flavor in this dish. It was like the freshness of the ocean in my mouth. It was time to change gears to the red wine. I was recommended the Savigny-Les-Beaune 2015, a French Pinot Noir. I love this variety of grapes especially in the hot and humid weather of Singapore. Light enough to eat with fish I had it with the John Dory served with fish jus and variations of brussels sprouts. I usually veer away from Dory as I find the meat to be soft and full of water. Chef Jeremy of Restaurant JAG explained however that Dory varies from country to country and it is in the treatment of fish after it is caught that deciphers the texture of the meat. He certainly knew how to cure this air flown fish from France, where most of his produce comes from. The meat was firm and tasty, miles ahead of any Dory I had tasted in the past. The sorbet came just in time. Starting to feel a tad full, I needed a little space before the next dish arrived. I have to say the French really understand what is involved in fine dining. Much needed cleansers and intervals just when I needed it though watching Chef Jeremy churn out meals all night to a full house was quite a non-stop job for him. My last main for the night was duck pan seared on a bed of seven types of onion. Served aside was the mushroom polenta which on its own, was full of flavor. While the duck was gamey, it was succulent and cooked to perfection! The cheese trolley came around. While this was not in the Restaurant JAG omakase menu I felt it worth the top up. Cheeses on offer ranged from Cheddar to Stilton to many varieties of French cheeses. To end the night on a high, the Kiwi fruit dessert with crunchy toasted pumpkin seeds and an avocado puree just hit the spot. Having demolished every morsel of food set in front of me I felt I had consumed more than seven courses. For diners with larger appetites the ten course omakase is also available. Priced at $168++ and $208++ respectively the seven and ten course meals are seriously worth every penny. Especially to celebrate a special occasion Restaurant JAG would really put it on for you as they understand service and its trimmings to make for a wonderful night.
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Richard
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3 September 2019
The latest menu by Restaurant JAG’s Executive Chef and owner Jeremy Gillon takes diners on a delectable culinary bliss.
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John
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3 September 2019
The juicy Normandy marinières mussels are prepared in white wine, auberpine herbs, parsley and its own salty juices. Laid out artfully on a crunchy rice-cake cracker flavoured with coconut water and a dash with Indian curry powder, the mussels are lightly drizzled with a calamansi olive oil vinaigrette, a dusting of lemon zest and fresh sprigs of spring onions...delightful
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Christina
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3 September 2019
you must try the Normandy potatoes stewed in homemade stock. Blended to silky creamy texture, the walnuts come into significant play. Transformed into unimaginable textures, you will find roasted, creamed, oiled and blended walnuts beautifully incorporated into the dish. Skilfully seasoned, the dish is served with a side of two genius sides. A dainty toast with cooked Brittany ham and pickled potatoes topped with the Osietra 8 gems caviar. The silkiness of the soup, the toasted sides, the crunch of the walnuts, the freshness from the floral Melisse and saltiness of the caviar makes this a truly addictive dish...
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