Time Out says
Hidden behind the buzzy café-bar Fat Prince lies The Ottomani – an opulent, Middle Eastern-inspired restaurant where you can lounge on a plush couch while enjoying a meal fit for royalty. Dubbed the sexiest supper club in Singapore, be prepared for a long and luxurious meal. The latest menu features a four-course set (from $108 with optional wine pairing) with a collection of dishes slow cooked over a charcoal grill and a wood-fired earth pit oven.
Created by head chef Beau Churchill, the meal includes highlights like the Crust to Crust where a thick layer of foie gras mousse is spread – crust to crust – on a toasted brioche and topped with crushed roasted pistachio; and the In Marshall, a slow roasted lamb shoulder accompanied by spiced molasses, sumac gremolata and garnished with charred shallots and parsley. For dessert, choose between the Dark Forest made with dark chocolate, sweet dark cherries, halva and sour cherry or our personal favourite, The Accident, a dish that resulted from a mishap when making the quince-based Turkish dessert, Ayva Tatlisi.
48 Peck Seah St
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