Pullman Singapore Orchard - Eden Restaurant New Chef New Menu

New Executive Chef Martin Tan helms Eden Restaurant at Pullman Singapore Orchard with a new menu

Eden Restaurant at Level 4 of Pullman Singapore Orchard welcomes the new Executive Chef Martin Tan, formerly from Paradox Singapore Merchant Court, and his brand new menu of Asian delicacies with a contemporary twist.

“We opened our doors about a year ago now. In that time, we’ve had a chance to learn about our guests and visitors. In this new menu, we’ve really taken the time to ensure every moment of the day is catered for; whether you fancy a quick lunch stop, a romantic dinner for two, a celebratory meal with loved ones or a sundowner drink with small bites. With a kaleidoscope of flavours that pays homage to the rich culinary traditions of Asia while embracing contemporary techniques and presentations, each dish is a testament to culinary artistry and our dedication to deliver memorable experiences.”

Rob McIntyre, General Manager of Pullman Singapore Orchard

The new menu is divided into chapters. The Beginning starts the journey through Asia with small plates designed for sharing. We had the Creamy Hainanese Mac & Cheese, Laksa Lobster Bisque with grilled Hokkaido scallop, and an Eden Crab Otak Otak to share. Who doesn’t like a creamy mac & cheese? This was very addictive. The sauce is infused with a vegetarian Hainanese stock.

Move along to the Destination Grill section of the menu and a selection of platters are available for sharing. Order both the From the Farm and Ocean Harvest for a surf and turf celebration. From The Farm serves 2 at S$118++ and features Black Angus Filet Mignon, Kurobuta Pork Tenderloin, Hae Bee Hiam Australian Lamb Rakc and Crispy Shrimp Paste Chicken. Ocean Harvest is priced the same and gives guests a flavour of dishes from The Main Journey section of the menu. This includes the Pan-Fried Black Cod with homemade herbaceous Hakka-inspired broth, Kam Heong Grilled Octopus, Tangy Coconut River Prawns, and Bi Feg Tang Crispy Baby Squid.

Both platters were served with an addictive portion of Kichap Manis Fries. Imagine Crispy fries with a sweet kichap manis sauce. You’ll crave for more. And a salad bowl to cut through any grease.

Pullman Singapore Orchard - Eden Restaurant - Hokkien mee Fettuccini with Tiger Prawns and Crunchy Pork Lardon (S)
Hokkien mee Fettuccini with Tiger Prawns and Crunchy Pork Lardon S$32

Other new signature additions include Bao Buns served in flavours of Shrimp Paste Chicken, Singapore Chilli Crab and Sticky Pork Belly and Wok Dishes featuring a Hokkien Mee Fettuccini as well as a River Prawns, Scallop and Local Farmed Mussels with charcoal youtiao and tangy coconut gravy.

Deeserts - Specialty Sweet Memories and Osmanthus Chia Seed Jelly
Desserts Specialty Sweet Memories and Osmanthus Chia Seed Jelly

If there’s still space for desserts, there is a familiar osmanthus chia seed jelly that is refreshing to close your meal. Or check what’s available from the specialty sweet memories selection. We had a slice of cake that reminded us of Orh Nee, a yam and coconut dessert with gingko.

Eden offers a great location and ambience for dining. We enjoy dining here during the day because sunlight enters the dining hall through glass ceilings, almost like a temperature-controlled greenhouse. A selection of cocktails and wines are offered to pair with your meal.

A 2-, 3- or 4-course set lunch is available from S$38. Add S$15 for a glass of cocktail, bubbles, rosé or wine. On Saturdays, indulge in a Bottomless Saturday Champagne Brunch.

Eden Restaurant

Address 270 Orchard Road, Level 4, Pullman Singapore Orchard, Singapore 238857
Tel +65 6603 8888
Web www.edenrestaurant.sg
Facebook edenrestaurantsingapore
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Operating Hours Sunday to Wednesday & Public Holiday: 6.30am to 11pm | Thursday to Saturday & Eve of Public Holiday: 6.30am to 12am

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