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Launch of A La Carte Menu by One-Michelin-Starred Chef Luke Armstrong at The Kitchen at Bacchanalia

The Kitchen at Bacchanalia is proud to announce the launch of its new dishes, showcasing Chef Luke Armstrong’s splendid culinary skill. Nestled along Hong Kong Street, the restaurant has once again been awarded one star in the MICHELIN guide Singapore 2017, which was announced on 29 June 2017.

Pistachio, caramelised white chocolate, lime and raspberry

“We’re extremely thrilled and honoured to receive recognition from one of the most respected gourmet dining guides around the world. With the new creations, diners will be spoilt for choice with a wider variety of The Kitchen at Bacchanalia’s signature and seasonal dishes,” said chef Luke Armstrong, head chef at The Kitchen at Bacchanalia.

The intimate kitchen is inspired by the world and all of its ingredients and flavours. “Bacchanalia” means “celebration” , and the chefs source the best ingredients and techniques around the world to whip up new and novel creations. Begin the gourmet experience with the Pineapple Tomato, a luscious yellow fruit with red marbling.

Now enjoying its peak season, the fruit is grown in the high-quality soil of Eyragues, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur. It is served with quinoa salad, diced tomato, elderflower cream and a cold broth of gazpacho consommé. Another excellent starter is the Duck Foie Gras, glazed with a Sauternes jelly and served with Kyoho grapes and fresh almonds.

The restaurant is recipient of numerous awards including, One Michelin Star in the 2016 Michelin Guide Singapore, Indoguna Best Restaurant 2015 in World Gourmet Summit, and Best New Restaurant 2014 (Western) for The Peak Gourmet and Travel.

The Kitchen at Bacchanalia is a small 36-seater contemporary French restaurant, with some big accolades.

The Kitchen at Bacchanalia
39 Hong Kong Street
Singapore 059678

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