Resting atop a hill in Labrador Park and immersed in nature, history geeks can also marvel at the 19th century fixtures and take a sneak peak into the island’s colonial past. Like the restaurant, its cuisine is a fusion of old and new as its chef, Thiti Thammanatr, embodies Thai culture, albeit with a Canadian twist. Try the Wagyu sirloin and foie gras topped with green curry reduction ($45), plus the deepfried river lobster served with tamarind sauce ($17). While you’re at it, get involved with a tom yum martini ($12).
|Venue name:||Tamarind Hill||Contact:|
Labrador Nature Reserve
30 Labrador Villa Road
|Opening hours:||Daily noon-3pm, 6-10.30pm|