Michelin-star line up at The Cliff

The Cliff Resort and Spa Sentosa

 

The Singapore Resort and Spa Sentosa, which will be fully refurbished and transformed into the luxurious Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort and Spa in 2015, has brought in Michelin-star chefs at The Cliff restaurant this week.

Starting with Chef Pascal Aussignac from the multiple award-winning Club Gascon in London, you will be introduced to French fair with a touch of English influence; a welcome twist to traditional French cuisine.

Chef Pascal Aussignac at The Cliff
Chef Pascal Aussignac at The Cliff

 

A special six-course dinner menu at S$188++ per person includes a welcome glass of champagne, a special foie gras and crab appetizer, and the melt-in-your-mouth cut of charolais beef with caviar. Chef Aussignac says it is “surf and turf”. The innovative Roquefort Macaroon was a pleasant delight though not for those who dislike the strong taste of blue cheese. For a happy ending, Chef’s Black Olive Millionaire pudding/cake is an interesting mixture of tastes that leaves your palate guessing and wanting more. A truly unique gourmet experience that ends tomorrow, 17 May. If dinner is full, you can also check out the Champagne Brunch (S$109++ per person) that ends on 18 May.

Chef Pascal Aussignac at The Cliff

 

Two more Michelin-star chefs will be visiting in June and July 2014. Guest Chef Jarad Gallagher of Chez TJ in California will visit from 4 – 8 June 2014 featuring signature dishes inspired by the sea and French hearty meals.

In July, Chef Saul Bolton of Saul, New York City, will showcase his gastronomic masterpieces from 9 – 13 July 2014. His simple yet stunning approach to new-American cuisine enabled Saul to hold the Michelin star for eight consecutive years.

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