What do you think about The Song of India to Celebrate 13th Anniversary with Sunday Brunch Fiesta?

Iconic Indian Restaurant, The Song of India is all set to celebrate its 13th anniversary with a Sunday brunch fiesta honouring great chefs of Singapore.

Nestled in a heritage bungalow on Scotts Road, The Song of India is one of the island’s most well-acclaimed Indian restaurants. Awarded a Michelin star two years in a row since 2016, the restaurant will host a celebratory Sunday brunch on 29 April 2018 to mark 13 years of excellence.

On this historic occasion, not only can you taste creations by Chef Manjunath Mural from The Song of India but also dishes stirred up at live stations by a stellar line-up of guest chefs like Ivan Yeo (The 1925 Brewing Co. Restaurant), Chef Ong Jing Qin (President of the Singapore Junior Chefs Club) and private French chef Richard Ravel. Each of them will be creating and presenting a dish that pays homage to Singapore.

As Head Chef of The Brewing Co. Restaurant, Ivan Yeo is well respected in culinary circles. He was the winner of the Dilmah Tea Inspired Award last year, along with Chef Mural. Chef Yeo will be cooking up a comforting Khao Suey from Northern Thailand at the event, a creamy coconut broth with Smoked Lamb and Glutinous Rice.

He represented Singapore as a guest chef in the 2017 Jakarta Culinary Festival and is known for constantly pushing the boundaries of his menu by infusing beers with his Teochew recipes.

Chef Ong Jing Qin is an up-coming young and talented chef who has risen to the position of President of the Singapore Junior Chefs Club with lightning speed. A graduate of Culinary Institute of America, she has won numerous international culinary championships including the 2016 Alen Thong Coffeepot Challenge and the 2017 Junior Tiger Cup.

She has also staged at Untitled by Chef Michael Anthony, the chef-restaurateur who also owns Gramercy Tavern. Chef Ong will be paying homage to Singapore with her version of the Sambal Stingray. This popular dish, available across the country at hawker centres, will be reimagined by Chef Ong as a rendition of succulent stingray with spicy sambal and a refreshingly tangy cincalok salad, packed into a steaming bun.

Looks can be deceptive and do not be fooled by Chef Richard Ravel’s seemingly-simple ‘Frenched’ Kaya Toast served with Slow Cooked Egg, Soy Sauce Butter and Whipped White Pepper Cream. Trained in France, Chef Ravel has called Singapore his home for nearly 10 years.

His offering at the celebration brunch is a playful take on the classic French Toast and the iconic Singapore kaya toast egg set, featuring a multi-layered kaya toast battered in coconut milk, served with a 63 degrees egg and accompanied by a dark soy sauce infused butter and peppery whipped cream.

Besides enjoying dishes by the guest chefs, diners can soak in the comfort of tried and tested classics like aromatic Mutton Roganjosh; freshly grilled, tandoori Ajwaini Fish Tikka; and creamy Malabar Fish Curry, a classic of southern Indian cuisine. The buffet will feature more than 30 dishes representing various regional cuisines of India.

Chef Manjunath Mural will also man a live station himself where he will recreate nostalgia of Calcutta street food with his version of a Kathi Roll with Masala Tapioca. A wrap with juicy tandoori chicken tikka pieces, spiced up with garam masala and fresh coriander, this one is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.  

The Sunday Brunch Fiesta will be priced at $68++ per pax with free flow soft drinks and juices. For an additional $20, guests can also enjoy their dishes alongside beer and wine.


Non Member
19 April 2018
great value and great idea!


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