999.99 Five Nines
Time Out says
Japanese chef Masanao Saito heads this Italian kitchen, bringing his native influences to the menu here, which features such decadent dishes as beef tenderloin and foie gras ($29), and lobster gratin ($29). The (relatively) low price point is an intentional statement – Five Nines aims to create a casual atmosphere around the fine dining repertoire. Pastas and risottos ($12-$22) don't skimp on the luxe, either – case in point: a truffle cream risotto with foie gras and chilled caviar capellini.
If you're there for quick meal, there's also a variety of hot and cold bites ($7-$18) and traditional desserts – think peach melba and tiramisu – that go for $8 to $9. If you're craving for more of a bargain, check out Five Nines' five-course menu, which packs in a mix of seafood and meat dishes from the à la carte spread for just $59. Or, go for its set lunch ($19.80), where you can opt for the restaurant's signature lobster gratin as part of the meal.
29 Keong Saik Road
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-2.30pm & 6.30pm-midnight; Sat 6.30pm-midnight|
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