International Celebrity Chefs like Chef Joël Robuchon to the first female Iron Chef Cat Cora of Iron Chef America will be there. Local celebrity chefs like Chef Sam Leong, Chef Douglas Tay, Chef Li Kwok Kwong and Chef Kenny Kong.
They have so many different menus and programs, you should visit their comprehensive website at http://www.rwsentosa.com/rwsfoodaffair to check out what you like.
A few of us had a mini RWS Food Safari recently to taste what’s in store for diners at the RWS Restaurants. We were having a dish or two at a restaurant and hop on to the next. It was quite an experience. It’s also a preview to the food that you will get when you book the RWS Food Affair.
Pitstop 1: L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon.
There are 2 restaurants at the same venue side by side.There’s L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon and also Joël Robuchon Restaurant, one more casual and the other more formal.
Both are having special menu prepared by Chef Joël Robuchon. He’s in town.
– Joël Robuchon Restaurant is having a Menu Dégustation, a 10-course dinner for $450++
– L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is having a Menu Découverte, a 6-course dinner for $180++
The exact dishes you will have is available on their website.
One of the reason why we love the nicer French restaurants is the loaves, rolls and delicious carbo that goes with the butter that they serve. If you want to bring your other half out for a date, this is a nice place. I brought the wife here for her birthday last year.
At L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, you can see the whole kitchen in action. The wife and I were seated at the counter and we were just looking at everyone’s food being prepared.
Another reason I love about French Restaurants are the Amuse Bouche.
I do really get amused by it!
This is the Royal foie gras custard with Red wine reduction and Parmesan foam that this place is famous for. You should just try it yourself to know how it taste! It’s really good!
Back to the RWS Food Safari we had, we were to have our Cold Appetiser here.
This was “Le Crabe”. It’s Alaskan King Crab meat on thin layers of Japanese Daikon with sweet and sour vinaigrette. (Épicé aux fines lamelles de raves à l’aigre-doux)
You do get this in their regular menu too.
Just unveiling the daikon cover to show you what’s inside. Chef said that it’s the same Alaskan King Crab that they serve in all Joël Robuchon worldwide.
Pitstop 2: Osia
Just across Joël Robuchon is Osia, and we just took a few steps to come here.
Osia does Asian influence food with Western culinary techniques.
If you visit the RWS website, you can view their 4 course dinner at $130++.
The dishes served at on the website.
We had our warm appetizer here. Chef prepared a corn meal crusted Foie Gras on top of daikon and a mix of beetroot, rhubarb and riberry.
I thought the corn meal crust was a bit different from the usual, but it gave it a nice crunch. It was also not too raw, so it was nice. I guess you can always tell them how you like it.
Pitstop 3: Forest森
We celebrated a family birthday here and we loved the food here. I think it’s because we all loved the food prepared by Chef Sam Leong. I remember how excited my mum and aunt were, when we got them to a Chef Sam and Forest cooking class last time at ToTT. (it was all a ploy to get them to learn and cook for us!)
If you have Cantonese speaking parents, Chef Sam Leong will get along very well as they chat about food. At Forest森 on 14 Sep 2013 (Sat) from 12 to 4pm, there’s a Sam & Forest Leong Cooking Masterclass (which includes 4-course lunch) at $160 nett (max 16 pax)
At this pit stop, Chef Sam Leong and Chef Make Tan of Forest森 welcomed us. We were served this creation from Chef Mike Tan. Steamed New Zealand Cod Fish with Yuzu Mushroom Sauce. It looks like Mei Cai over cod, but it’s actually very very delicious and fragrant Yuzu Mushrooms!
Somehow this combination is just superb and the cod was cooked to perfection.
Pitstop 4: Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora.
This place is simply amazing!!! It’s the place where you dine with the sea creatures that swim around you. If you follow me on Instagram (@keropokman), you would have seen two InstaVideos that I have.
This fabulous venue is also where the “RWS Celebrity Chefs Dinner” will be held.
This is the dinner that all 6 celebrity chefs will prepare a six-course dinner for you.You’ll be treated to Ayala Brut Majeur NV Champagne upon arrival, and free flow of Penfolds Bin 2 Shiraz Mourverdre and Penfolds Koonunga Hill Autumn Riesling during dinner.
The chefs will be present to talk to you and for you to take photos!
Date: 7pm, 18 Sep 13 (Wed)
Venue: Ocean Gallery, S.E.A. Aquarium
The menu is online at the RWS Website.
At this pitstop, we had Chef Yew from Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora prepared this dish for us. Kurobuta Pork Belly and Fried Octopus (the 2 mini tube like thing). Served with Sauerkraut Purée, Cabbage Roll and Mustard.
The pork belly had been sous vide and then seared to make it crisp. It’s something for die hard pork lovers who love the fatty bits! I never had Sauerkraut in a purée form before. The cabbage roll was kind of pretty too isn’t it?
At this same pitstop, Executive Pastry Chef Kenny Kong made us Yuzu Mango Cremuex with Gula Melaka Streusal with Milky Lemongrass Sorbet. So beautiful and what a plethora of taste.
So much details went into making this. Sometimes I wonder which one to start to fully appreciate this beautiful art piece.
Chef Kenny is the President of the Singapore Pastry Alliance.
Chef Kenny decided to have an extra treat for us by making us these lollipops!
Hope you enjoy this little preview of the RWS Food Affair.
Visit http://www.rwsentosa.com/rwsfoodaffair for the full details and bookings.
For the prices you see above, if you book using a MasterCard you get 20% off.
The 20% off is also applicable for RWS Invites members.