Ember Restaurant – Fine wood-fired dishes over a huge open flame
Ember first opened its doors early September 2023It has a cozy and cozy look with dried flower arrangements and wooden-themed furniture.
Ember dishes follow a wood-fired cooking style, where their food is cooked over a large open flame. Their Asian-Western menu consists largely of premium ingredients such as… Wagyu Beef, lobster and truffles, all at relatively reasonable prices.
To get started, choose from Ember’s range of carbs and snacks, such as Muar Utah Sandu (14 Singapore dollars), Taramasalata Crab Toast (S$16)which is topped with pieces of caviar, and Salt and Pepper Squid (S$18). Beef lovers can choose Cured yolk steak rice (S$19) or Wagyu Beef Warp (S$22)served with ssamjang sauce.
How about some fresh produce to get your daily vegetable intake? Choose from 3 vegetarian dishes from Ember, zaatar Roasted Pumpkin (S$16), Smoked Cauliflower (S$18) or Maitake Mushroom (S$18).
Ember’s appetizers are not to be missed. the Half Spatchcock (S$24) It is a chicken dish served in a white wine cream sauce, instead Five Spice Maple Duck Leg (S$30) Poultry meat combines with macaroni and cheese, making it a luxurious and comforting meal.
There’s nothing I love more than a good steak, so I love trying the selection of beef dishes on the menu, e.g Wanderer Flat Iron Steak (S$34)Served with radish gremolata. As a truffle lover, I have my eye on 31 Day Smoked Truffle Butter Rib Eye (250g++) (S$39) -Truffle plus steak sounds like a heavenly combination.
Finally, the most expensive item on Ember’s menu is 45 days Divisa ab Ribs (bone-in, 500g++)Huge platter comes in S$88.
Finish your meal with either Bourbon Carrot Cake (S$16) or Ball Black Glutinous Rice (S$16). How divine!
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