Basque Kitchen by Aitor
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Following his departure from one-Michelin-starred Iggy’s at the Hilton Singapore, chef Aitor Jeronimo Orive has teamed up with hotel and restaurant group Unlisted Collection to open Basque Kitchen. Inspired by the cuisine of Basque Country, where meats are grilled over hot coals and stews are rustic and hearty – he elevates the homey dishes he grew up eating with techniques he's learnt cooking at some of the top restaurants in the world including Mugaritz and The Fat Duck.
Standouts include the oxtail bomba rice, his spin on Japanse gyu don made with Spanish bomba rice and Angus oxtail, topped with a confit of quail egg yolk. It wouldn't be Basque cooking without Txuleta, charcoal-grilled Angus prime rib served black and blue – charred on the outside and rare on the inside. Pair it with an extensive range of Spanish wines, there's everything from heavyweights like Peter Sisseck to small-batch boutique producers plus Spanish gins, pacharáns and Basque ciders to choose from.
97 Amoy St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-2.30pm, 6.30pm-11pm; Sat 6.30pm-11pm|
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