The fruit isn’t really strange, they are regular kinds of fruit. Just that they are some times spicy, and some times savoury applications of the fruit that you don’t really expect. It is also a little strange to think of chilli as fruit, or even peppercorns, or even coffee….but you know what, they are fruit. They are STRANGE FRUIT (but not in the Billie Holiday context).
This menu is an exploration of how we knowingly or unknowingly use fruit in South East Asian cooking. I love tropical fruit and this menu uses fruit in some pretty unusual ways.
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Green mango cured in hae ko (prawn paste) and sugar, served with grilled squid, grilled you tiao and tau pok
Banana, Kalamansi Lime
Mille feuille of green bananas with sliced wagyu beef
Breaded and battered and deep fried, served with kalamansi marmalade, kewpie mayo
Guava chilli with fresh Ah Hua mussels
Green jackfruit, mixed with mashed cooked jackfruit seeds, breaded and deep fried, topping short grain japanese rice
Served with curry sauce and onions
Chef Shen’s special secret sos fried chicken with sour plum salt spice dip
Kurobuta pork ribs slow cooked in longan and gula melaka bbq sauce
Assam Fruit, Coffee, Peppercorns
Tart assam fruit coffee glaze on boneless frog legs, accented with Hong Spices kampot black peppercorns
Red kampot peppercorns, coconut ice cream, lychee sorbet, brown butter cake