Restaurant Andre @ Singapore

Dining at Restaurant Andre was an amazing experience.   Every dish was beautiful, delicate & delicious.

IMG_6602 A tree of chips…one of which is made with scallop 🙂IMG_6603 Chicken skin crisp with micro mushrooms IMG_6605 The mushrooms are very tiny…IMG_6606Onion in 3 formsIMG_6609 IMG_6612 The pretty version of fish & chipsIMG_6613

the pear snow on the right side is very interesting, really feel like snowIMG_6617

each dish have some interesting fine details
IMG_6620 this is the prettiest of all….a gardenIMG_6621

IMG_6626 IMG_6627 IMG_6638 not everything on the board is edible…IMG_6641

the dip for the “charcoal” aboveIMG_6646

IMG_6648 we were told this is a signature dish – truffle & foie grasIMG_6652 IMG_6653 this is the only meat dish – i had rabbit and hubby had lambIMG_6658 IMG_6664 tasted like cheese but it is not cheese…served with hay ice-creamIMG_6665 IMG_6667 birthday cake along with a music box …. playing happy birthday song is the most elegant way.IMG_6676 we all thought this piece of cake was too delicious and too small!IMG_6677 IMG_6680 IMG_6681 IMG_6686 this was the last dessert…churros…i think it doesn’t quite match with the rest of the dishesIMG_6687


All the dishes (except the churros) are so complicated but yet the flavour of all ingredients remains very distinct.  Throughout the meal, I felt very close to nature & the source of ingredients.

Red Velvet Layered Cake

It was hubby’s birthday and happened to have a day off from school so they helped and did half the baking work…red velvet with cream cheese frosting.  The cake was adapted from this great recipe on Smitten Kitchen.IMG_6522 IMG_6524 IMG_6526 IMG_6530 IMG_6531