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Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Valentine's Dinner at Brasserie Wolf (2012)

All right, this is a re-post / republished post from another Blog of mine. Just wanted to share the romantic ambience and lovely dinner provided by Brasserie Wolf under the management of Esmirada Group of restaurants, a cosy and lovely French restaurant situated along the romantic Robertson Quay.

The exact address was 80 Mohamed Sultan Road #01-03 The Pier @ Robertson Quay Singapore 239013 and the number to dial was 6835 7818.

Note that this restaurant is no longer in operation since 2013, sadly.

Anyway, it was a great memory because of the lovely and cosy manner the restaurant was being decorated, in warm tones of red and brown. The place was bustling with happy vibes and the service crew were warm and hospitable. They served modern and exquisute French cuisine headed by Head Chef Claudio Sandri.

We selected the set that we wanted, and they served us the customary Amuse Bouche (bread basket) in which we helped ourselves to, spreading butter over the soft bread rolls.

The soup came first - Tomato Soup with Fried Mozarella Balls - a unique sweet-sour cream soup filled with delicious saltish fried cheese balls, the first time I'd tried something like this. The blend of flavours definitely opened our appetites for more to come.

Next came the Foie Gras, Fig Chutney and Gingerbread Cracker - another tantalizing burst of flavors and textures, from the tender succulence of the saltish foie gras to the crunchiness of the spicy-sweet gingerbread cracker to the sweet stickness of the chutney. 

My main course was the Sea Bass with Mushrooms and Mashed Potatoes - fresh, ginger sea bass cooked to perfection and tasting excellent, especially when chewed with the soft, palatable mushrooms. 

The Beau's main course was the Duck Breast with Poached Plums and Mashed Potatoes - the duck breast was braised to a lovely tenderness that made the duck almost smooth. I absolutely loved the juicy and delicious poached plums, so much that I even asked the waiters if I could just purchase extra poached plums!

As we were both full and the Beau not a dessert fan, we shared a White Chocolate Ball with Strawberries and Gelato - an adorable white ball that opened up to reveal the goodies within. It was sweet nonetheless, something that was perfect to balance the savoury meal we just had earlier on.

The meal we took was SGD$180.00 per couple, a simple, delicious and romantic dinner perfect for a Valentine's Day celebration.

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