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GastroMonth returns for its 3rd edition in Singapore Friday 1 to Sat 30 November offering up to 50% savings on regular menu prices at over 20 restaurants.

The GastroMonth-exclusive menus start from S$30 for lunch and S$60 for dinner (all prices in nett) at participating MICHELIN Plate restaurants such as BAM!, Gaig, Dolce Vita, and Akira Back, and starred restaurants such as Béni, Corner House, Saint Pierre, Shisen Hanten and Shinji.

GastroMonth features 28 restaurants in Singapore offering cuisines ranging from Indian to European to Japanese and Chinese, there is something for everyone. 

Additionally, selected restaurants are offering the option of purchasing a bottle of Champagne or wine to pair with your meal.

Prices start from S$50 to S$90 per bottle. Indicate your interest when booking, and pay later at the restaurant.

Please note that seating at any given date or time is limited by capacity and subject to availability.

Reservations are given on a first come first serve basis. We invite you to try another time slot if your initial choice is unavailable.

 

Here is a snap shot of some of our favourites...

Cherry Garden, Cantonese is renowned for its excellent service, Cherry Garden offers an eclectic menu of authentic Cantonese cuisine, presented with artistic modern flair in a Chinois chic dining setting. Lunch: $60 nett / pax Menu

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Man Fu Yuan, located in the InterContinental Singapore is a stalwart in Singapore's Cantonese fine dining scene, Man Fu Yuan unveils a collection of 13 signature dishes delicately crafted by its new chef at helm, executive sous chef Aaron Tan. Dinner: $60 nett / pax Menu

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Shinji Sushi (Lobby Level St. Regis, Tanglin Road), features Japanese sushi masters crafting delectable morsels of the freshest fish and seafood over the hinoki sushi counter and served with impeccable Japanese service. Lunch: $210 nett / pax Menu

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Sushi Ichi, located at the Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel offers a value-for-money Omakase menu that includes premium Japanese ingredients such as uni, ikura, otoro aburi and more. Lunch: $150 nett / pax Menu

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Dolce Vita, Italian, located at Level 5 Mandarin Oriental offers flavours of Italy through a curated menu of new and classic Italian favourites, while taking in the city's skyline through Dolce Vita's floor-to-ceiling windows. Dinner: $90 nett / pax Menu

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Rang Mahal, Indian located at Pan Pacific, Singapore offers guests degustation of contemporary Indian cuisine at Rang Mahal. Discover a balance of authentic flavours coupled with modern sensibilities and healthy twists. Dinner: $90 nett / pax Menu

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Full List Here Enjoy!

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Richard
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8 November 2019
GastroMonth features 28 restaurants in Singapore offering cuisines ranging from Indian to European to Japanese and Chinese, there is something for everyone.
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22 October 2019
2 minute read : 7 New MICHELIN Plate Hawker Stalls In The MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2019 The MICHELIN Guide is known for its restaurant rating system, in which eateries are recognised with one to three stars, while its Bib Gourmand distinction identifies establishments that serve good food at moderate prices (under S$45 in Singapore). However, the inspectors cover a wider scope of eateries, which are also listed in the red guide with the MICHELIN Plate accolade. First introduced in the 2016 edition of the MICHELIN Guide Paris, the Plate, or L’assiette in French, is a nod to venues that offer “fresh ingredients, carefully prepared; a good meal”. The accolade is represented by the symbol of a fork and knife next to a plate. We shine the spotlight on the 7 hawker stalls that have been newly recognised with the MICHELIN Plate in the latest MICHELIN Guide Singapore 2019. https://guide.michelin.com/sg/en/article/dining-out/7-new-michelin-plate-hawkers-in-the-michelin-guide-singapore-2019
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