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Camden Medical Centre, Singapore
  • Interesting way to serve cookies, I thought to myself
  • It allows diners to see how the food is being prepared and I thought this was something rather unique

    • by melvin
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      If you are looking for fusion cuisine in a laid-back, and yet relatively classy setting, one place to try would be Whitebait and Kale. Located at Camden Medical Centre in Singapore’s Orchard district, this Aussie-style bistro serves up food that is not only pleasing to the eye, but also to the tastebuds.

      I got just that when I ordered one of their salads.

      It came with a generous serving of a variety of vegetables tastefully arranged, together with a


      couple of slices of red beetroot.

      It is a perfect appetiser to an evening of dining.

      One must-try on their menu would be the red snapper pie.

      Generous portions of red snapper meat, with the bones removed of course, together with carrots and mushrooms cooked in a creamy sauce and baked in an oval pie to crisp perfection.

      The crust of the pie was just heavenly-tasting and the red snapper meat, tender.

      Be forewarned though…the servings are relatively huge ...


      • and you might just have problems finishing it off by yourself!

        After the food, I would suggest trying their variety of teas.

        A favorite of mine is the chamomile.

        They serve it to you in a big pot and it comes with three bite-sized cookies laid out on a rectangular, wooden block.

        Interesting way to serve cookies, I thought to myself.

        The crispy and buttery cookies make a perfect complement to the richness of the tea.

        One thing that

        I find interesting about this place is the presence of a long mirror fixed directly above the bar counter where the staff cut and prepare the food that is to be served or to be brought to the kitchen to be cooked.

        It allows diners to see how the food is being prepared and I thought this was something rather unique.

        So if you happen to be in Singapore, have sometime to spare and suddenly crave for some Aussie-style fusion food, do check this place out!




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