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An ongoing collaboration between head chef Masahiro Isono and founder Ignatius Chan, the menu at Iggy’s is one built on many tenets of modern European cuisine, though one that’s also increasingly peppered with Japanese influences and ingredients. With the exception of its evening-only bar menu, this Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Singapore restaurant exclusively offers set menus: two to five courses for lunch and two six- to nine-course menus for dinner. Expect everything from Gillardeau oysters and seasonal catches from Japan to ambitious marriages of ingredients one wouldn’t normally consider compatible; French duck with foie gras and coffee, for example, or sea bream with cauliflower, white onion and white chocolate. Another highlight: We were served a small mug of housemade, surprisingly refreshing non-alcoholic tomato beer, which took more than two days to prepare.
It’s worth noting, too, that vegetarians are well catered to with meat-free set menus available for lunch and dinner.