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Ever wondered what it'd be like to dine in a luxurious condo owned by Bangkok's super-rich Siri House gives you a taste of that experience – all without leaving Singapore. The 42-seat restaurant is an intimate space that houses an eclectic range of furniture from mid-century antiques and dazzling chandeliers to plush lounge sets dressed in bright handwoven Jim Thompson silks. It's a partnership between a team of chefs and one of Thailand's largest property developers, Sansiri, which also showcases art, design and goods that you can take home to spruce up your place.
Settle into one of its many velvet-draped seats and expect to be blown away by food that escapes narrow definition. The Biscuit 2.0 ($12), is a take on the popular Chicken Biskit snack, where a chicken fat cookie comes smeared with a spiced cream and topped with crispy chicken skin. As evidenced by the cookie, the food at Siri House is playful, fun to eat and outrageously delicious. The crisp papadam ($10) comes with a curry crema dip and smoked fish chilli and appetisers like the chicken oysters ($19) come marinated in Sichuan spices and served with a egg yolk tare sauce – blending the cuisines of Asia.
Leave space for mains because Siri House's pappardelle ($33) alone is worth the visit. It utilises prawn and lobster heads to make an intoxicating bisque-like sauce that's tossed in freshly made pasta and finished with smoked mussels and a roasted tiger prawn. If you're up for something a little more adventurous then give the unagi risotto ($32) a go. A masterclass in balance – pickled daikon cuts through the creaminess of the risotto and the unagi's subtle smokiness perfumes the dish.
#01-02, Block D, Dempsey Hill
8D Dempsey Rd
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 11.30am–2.30pm; 6pm–10.30pm; Sun 11.30am-4pm|
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