The relatively new Biopolis neighborhood is associated with science and research and, despite its many attractions, had been rather bereft of exceptional eateries until Infuzi opened its lustrous doors. There is no small amount of irony that it takes an eatery which alludes to the careful, near scientific art of 'infusion' to breathe life into the area.

This notion of art meeting science couldn't be more apt for the dining experience at Infuzi. At once elegant and modern, while creating the perfect environment in which to celebrate great food, the moment you find yourself in the light-infused interior, it's perfectly clear that this is a place which commands the senses. Chic and stylish, the shimmering glass walls bring a gently diffused brightness to the meal, especially at lunch. Dinner offers its own auric glow. Set beneath high ceilings and against woods and elegant contemporary chairs, diners will find their need for style amply fed. If it is true that you first eat with the eyes, then to take a table at Infuzi is already to have begun the meal. Although it would be a shame, and altogether silly, to sit down without ordering from Chef Freddie Lee's marvelous menu.

As the glowing, contemporary chic may suggest, the food can be broadly classified as Modern European. Many restaurants find this a useful banner under which to set about creating their menus, but at Infuzi this is a general guideline. Chef Freddie Lee, the resident culinary wizard, brings his specific vision of mouth-watering flavors to those who expect a meal marked out by nothing less than a genius for balance and nuance. You can expect flavors and influences to come from France and Italy, and touches from Asia. Dishes which require finesse and achieve their full effect through combing ingredients stand comfortably aside those which add the fewest details in order to preserve the integrity of the ingredients. And the menu reads like a prayer book of great ingredients. Whether you're partial to the superior marbling and melt-in-your-mouth deliciousness of Australian Wagyu Beef, or look to the ocean for your tasty treasures, they are there and proud. Well, they would be if they knew who was cooking them.

Rather than clutter the menu with too many choices and detract from the focus of preparing each dish to perfection, Chef Freddie Lee has opted to supply diners with a set menu and a select number of à la carte dishes. The lunch set menu is a finely tuned affair with a few options. Perhaps Mushroom Timbale with Arugula Salad will prove the ideal opener, and certainly a fine indicator of the deliciousness to follow. A main of Pan-Fried Salmon with a delicate Herb and Cream Sauce will satisfy any craving for saline sumptuousness while the Lavender-Lemon Cake is bound to strike the magical note that leaves you both satisfied and inspired.
Lunch, dinner, set menu or favorite dish, no diner will enjoy their meal without first taking a moment to marvel at the imaginative presentation of the food. From the contrasts of hearty game and meat with earthy accompaniments and miraculous sauces, to the playful swirls and angelic colors of the desserts, the presentation is an able indicator of the care with which each dish has been crafted.
For the serious gourmand, if there is any other kind, a lunch may simply be an inducement to that staple of ardent eaters everywhere, the languid, luxurious dinner. A chef of many faces, Freddie Lee has created a dinner menu which suits the golden hue of Infuzi at night. The dinner set menu offers magnificent treasures, from the likes of Vegetable Risotto with Pan-Roasted Spatch-Cock and Black Truffle Sauce to the robust magic of similarly roasted Rack of Lamb with Bell Peppers and Parma Ham Compote, not to forget the Pink Peppercorn Oil that binds it together.
The set menus offer a carefully considered journey through flavors, each course developing on the last, but they are not the only way to experience the delights from this very special kitchen. For many restaurants, the à la carte menu is often a token, supplying little more than a selection of dishes from the set menus. At Infuzi, there is a whole other taste adventure to be found à la carte. Pan-Roasted Challans Duck Breast with Black Truffle Sauce being just one of the tempting offerings that have earned Infuzi such praise. Indeed, this haven of toothsome delights has not only earned praise from its savvy, loyal diners, but won many awards. In the process landing itself at the top of some of the world's most prestigious lists.
Of course, as any knowledgeable diner knows, food and design are great companions, but by no means the only considerations for a fine dining establishment in a highly competitive market. A good wine list is a must and at Infuzi both casual drinkers and worldly oenophiles will find a well considered selection, offering excellent wines from around the world, with a particular focus on Burgundy and Bordeaux. In short there are wines loved and prized and those unexpected gems which, like the food, are sure to amuse while they're busy developing the depth of flavor in the food.
All of these qualities might be enough for even the most fastidious foodie, but only when bringing Infuzi's excellent service to the table, so to speak, is the infusion complete. If you have a special event, Infuzi will even arrange all the details for you. Whether it be flowers and table decorations or a special menu with paired wines, the spirit of Infuzi is to make sure that every valued diner gets to experience modern European cuisine in the most salubrious way.


Award-winning jet-setter and visionary, Yenn Wong, is a woman who has brought Singapore some of its most exciting and enticing restaurants. Hers is a vision which transcends common notions of fine dining, yet is informed by a traditional celebration of people, environment and the marvellous food which has always been a part of pleasurable living.

Her Graze restaurant in Rochester Park has been receiving awards and praise since opening its doors, and now, Kha, her latest restaurant, has established Ms. Wong as something of a conceptual culinary genius.

Located in the midst of HortPark, Singapore's green and leafy demi-paradise, Kha supplies modern iterations of authentic Thai cuisine. This is not Thai cuisine as you know it, rather, like the venue itself, it is cuisine defined by contrasts and innovation, all the while supplying the elusive element of unpretentious culinary sophistication. A sophistication which comes not only from creativity, but from a miraculous balancing of fresh and often contrasting flavours; a quality which is now something of a Kha trademark.

Like the food itself, the eatery is realized through contrasts between the modern and the old. You can expect a wonderful fusion of woods, both rustic and glossy, while the surrounding greenery makes itself known through generous floor-to-ceiling windows. The windows which gaze onto the lovely deck, a much coveted place for an al fresco meal.

Add into this mix of warm design and tropical verdancy, the sense of leisure that the venue invites and the stage is set for a relaxed meal. And the food certainly invites you take your time, sit back with a glass of wine, perhaps one of the playful and ever delicious signature 'mocktails', and wait for the next spicy delight to arrive from the remarkably talented kitchen.

Having worked in Phuket, among other places, executive chef, Matthew Lawdorn, brought his passion and skill with Thai and Asian food to Singapore. An award-winning chef, the menus at Kha are his creation. They display a flair for invention and playfulness. Along with his expert team of Thai chefs, each a master in their own right, the kitchen is a veritable magician's cauldron of fresh, spicy delights.

Tangy salads with the finest succulent fish are lifted into lofty lightness by delicate Asian touches and just the right balance of citrus, while the moreish magnificence of crab and prawn cakes with green mango salad, yoghurt and sweet chilli sauce is undeniable. Maybe the best way to experience the varied delights of Kha's seemingly endless supply of fresh produce and creative brilliance, it to opt for one of the set menus. Of course, you can always just order a plate of tasters while you spend sometime in the lush garden.

Like a beautifully composed piece of music, Kha is journey through pleasures. It offers that rare delight of being a place which doesn't rush you, which allows you to engage the environment and give over to the bursting flavours on the menu. The charm of the venue is all the more special when it becomes plainly clear that it's one with the passion for good living that drives the

il Lido

Those who live or have visited Singapore will undoubtedly have heard of il Lido. Located within the grounds of Sentosa Golf Club, it does take a small trip to get there, but those who make the effort are always rewarded.
Voted by Time Out Singapore as the restaurant offering the best meal with a view, it is perhaps not unfair to say that this chic and stylish modern Italian eatery is very special indeed; a long list of varied awards attest to the marvelous cuisine, superb hospitality, great design and a wine list which puts many other fine dining establishments to shame.

Boasting a beautifully conceived dining room, a stylish contemporary lounge bar and the famed deck, it's clear that managing director Beppe De Vito wants diners to shed the pressures of the distant world and relax into a leisurely experience which offers as many stages as it's possible to imagine. Aside from the marvelous green vista of the golf course, the deck supplies spectacular panoramic views of the South China Sea. With the profusion of fresh seafood dishes, the salty breeze does wonders to whet the palate.
Although being infused with a marine-tinged sophistication, there is a real feeling of family warmth that suffuses il Lido. From the moment you arrive to the final bite of the perfectly judged sweet morsel, it's plainly clear that il Lido is the product of those passionate about people and food.
Heading up the extraordinary kitchen is Executive Chef Giuliano Dacasto, whose culinary vision celebrates the heritage of Italian cooking while adding nuances here and there that place the cuisine firmly in a contemporary realm; which is not to say that fresh aromas, delightful textures and splendid ingredients are not observed in the tradition of an Italian kitchen mamma, simply that Chef Dacasto and his formidable team have brought their considerable experience to the table, literally, to supply nuances when they really work and improve on tradition. 

You can expect a variety of beautiful pastas and risottos, just as there is a world of choice for meat, fish and poultry lovers. The menu boasts 11 sections in all, supplying choices from the lovely salads they do so well and those ever tempting artisanal cheeses that perfectly round off a languid meal. 

Whether enjoying a postprandial glass of wine from the award-winning list, or you've just arrived to begin a night of great pleasures, try and catch the sunset. If there is view which can prepare the senses for a night of pleasures and good living, it is a sunset as experienced from il Lido's deck. Those looking to trump the remarkable charms of their last meal might consider booking the restaurant's very own private yacht.
With full catering for up to twelve and canapé-style tasters for up to 16 seafaring sybarites, the il Lido luxury catamaran is the height of maritime sophistication, and you get to eat all those delightful goodies too.


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