Named after 8th Street in lower Manhattan, where owners Steven Tjhang and Emil Halim lived for five years, the other half of the concept comes in the ‘East' part –the Spanish tapas concept has been combined with Asian ingredients. Signature dishes include Hamachi & Caviar ($15) and Chilean seabass ($23); there’s also a range of sakes recommended for pairing. To get over their longing for the Big Apple, the owners have infused the 50-seater’s décor with Manhattan-style architecture like red brick walls and a loft. After gorging on the Chocolate Pot ($12) while admiring the vintage American carplates on the wall, who wouldn’t be in a New York state of mind?
|Venue name:||East 8 New York Fusion Tapas + Bar|
#01-21/22 Grand Park City Hall
10 Coleman St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-midnight, Sat 6pm-midnight|
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