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Au Jardin Les Amis
Price: S$150 . Wine: S$70.
This branch of the Les Amis restaurant group surely wins the prize for the most picturesque setting. Set in the Botanic Gardens, it overlooks lush greenery and provides marvellous views from its 2 balconies. Its spacious interior is ideal for wining and dining customers. The fixed-price menu has a three-course set lunch for S$55 and a huge six-course dinner for S$150 or four courses for S$135. Favourites include fillet of venison with beetroot purée and black trumpet mushrooms, seared sea scallops with black pudding. Their is a great wine list. Reservations recommended. The group’s other eateries, The Lighthouse and Les Amis, also have à la carte menus.


EJH Corner House, Singapore Botanic
Gardens, Cluny Road
Telephone: 6466 8812 Fax: 6466 8227.
Web site: www.lesamis.com.sg

Branches: Les Amis
16 Shaw Centre, 1 Scotts Road
Tel: 6733 2225. Fax: 6735 0106.
 
Harbour Grill and Oyster Bar
Price: S$70. Wine: S$75.
With an Old World decor, ornate furnishings and an open kitchen area, Harbour Grill has had a long-time reputation for French and continental food. Good starters include the Scottish smoked salmon, served with blinis and cauliflower salad, fresh Canadian or Fines de Claire oysters. Main courses include the pan-fried US veal loin with potato soufflé or the roasted cod with young vegetables and chicken juice. The desserts include a mango and passion fruit soup or chestnut soufflé. The four-course set lunch costs S$45, and three courses at S$38. Closed on Sundays.
Level 3, Hilton Hotel Singapore, 581 Orchard Road
Telephone: 6730 3393. Fax: 6235 4140.
Email: harbourgrill@yahoo.com.sg
 
Jiang-Nan Chun
Price: S$70. Wine: S$65.
Award-winning, personal service and an understated chic setting make this place well suited for a business meal. The creative Chinese cuisine features traditional dishes with a twist, like deep-fried spare ribs with coffee sauce. Also classic Chinese favourites include barbecue pigeon, braised shark fin soup with crab rolls, or pork and squid dumplings flavoured with water chestnut.
Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Boulevard
Telephone: 6831 7220. Fax: 6831 7159.
Web site: www.fourseasons.com
 
Mezza9
Price: S$65. Wine: S$60.
Simple Zen and urban chic makes a winning mixture in this distinct restaurant. The restaurant offers four cuisines – Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Western – divided into 9 dining options, as well as a European Deli, a Chinese steam basket and a sushi and sashimi bar. The à la carte menu has a changing selection of each, including Chinese chilli crab, yakitori (Japanese barbecue) and tom yam gung. Set lunches during the week (S$26–39), while the Sunday brunch, including a wide range of cuisines, plus free-flowing champagne and a chocolate fountain for S$78.

Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10/12 Scotts Road
Telephone: 6416 7189. Fax: 6736 3064.
Email: mezza9.sg@hyattintl.com
Web site: www.restaurants.singapore.hyatt.com
The Oaks Grill and Bar Price: S$50. Wine: S$42.
Set in a shopping mall, this restaurant has a bright, friendly atmosphere and a popular outdoor terrace. Specialising in Australian steaks and seafood, with an Asian flavour, it originated as a wine store and boasts a fine wine selection. A favourite is the Moreton Bay Bugs skewer with chilli tomato relish, while the grilled kangaroo or ostrich steak mains, or the blue-eyed cod with sautéed spinach and tarragon sauce are also recommended.
Tanglin Mall, 163 Tanglin Road
Telephone: 6735 8611. Fax: 6735 8600.