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Digest Where to Eat in Singapore This Week: Binomio Spanish Restaurante, Butcher Boy, Kin, Rang Mahal, Vue

Where to Eat in Singapore This Week: Binomio Spanish Restaurante, Butcher Boy, Kin, Rang Mahal, Vue

Where to Eat in Singapore This Week: Binomio Spanish Restaurante, Butcher Boy, Kin, Rang Mahal, Vue
Image: Butcher Boy
By Dudi Aureus
By Dudi Aureus
July 06, 2020
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Start the week right with these special dining offers, crafted by some of the island’s best chefs and available for dine-in or takeaway. You'll definitely be spoilt for choice with the likes of heritage dishes from Singapore's local champion as well as authentic fare from an Indian stalwart.

(Related: Support Your Favourite Restaurants And Win Amazing Prizes)

Quail and wild mushrooms paella
Quail and wild mushrooms paella

1/5 Binomio Spanish Restaurante

A Spanish-themed dinner calls for a trip to Binomio, where executive chef Gonzalo Landin whips up traditional dishes as well as seasonal specials. For the United We Dine campaign, his contribution is the indulgent quail and wild mushrooms paella, perfect for sharing between two people. The luxurious dish features umami-packed Spanish bomba rice, cooked al dente and mixed up with the namesake ingredients. Check out the menu here

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Binomio Spanish Restaurante

Restaurant, $$$, Spanish, Duxton

Buttermilk chicken bao
Buttermilk chicken bao
Pork katsu croquette bao
Pork katsu croquette bao

2/5 Butcher Boy

Build your own bao at home with these DIY kits that come with easy-bake buns, sliced cucumber pickles and your choice of filling. The two options are the pork katsu croquette that comes with the house-made Peking Hoisin sauce, and the buttermilk fried chicken packed with a bottle of soya mayo. If you can’t decide, why not have both with the 12-piece bao set and get the best of both worlds? Check out the menu here.

Butcher Boy | 31 Keong Saik Road, S(089138) | 6221 6833 | Book here

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Heritage feast
Heritage feast

3/5 Kin

The next time you dine at local champion Damian D’Silva’s restaurant at Straits Clan, mention “United We Dine” when placing your order to receive a $25 dining voucher you can use on your next visit.

The minimum spend is $150, but that won’t be a problem when you have an array of sumptuous heritage dishes to choose from. Start with D’Silva’s signatures such as the babi masak assam, featuring fall-apart tender pork belly and ribs simmered in preserved bean paste and tamarind, salted vegetables and Chinese mustard. Check out the menu here

Kin | 31 Bukit Pasoh Road, S(089845) | 6320 9180 | Book here

(Related: 5 Reasons To Visit Kin, Singaporean Chef Damian D'Silva's New Restaurant At Straits Clan)

Dhuwandaar lamb chops
Dhuwandaar lamb chops

4/5 Rang Mahal

Here’s another takeaway or delivery special you don’t want to miss. The folks at Rang Mahal are offering 25 per cent off their meal bundle for two with the promo code, “TatlerUWD25”. It even includes complimentary islandwide delivery.

The specially-curated menu comprises their popular favourite starters, chaats, dals and curries. To make it even more special, you can top up and order a bottle of wine from their comprehensive wine list.

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Rang Mahal

Restaurant, $$, Indian, City Hall/ Bras Basah

5/5 Vue

While there are a lot of tempting dishes in Vue’s takeaway menu, the hero is arguably the 120-day dry-aged USDA prime black Angus, bone-in ribeye. It’s special for a reason: the beef is extremely rich and well-marbled thanks to a corn-fed diet and the prolonged period it’s dry-aged. All the beautiful flavours are enhanced when it’s grilled over Japanese binchotan charcoal. Served with fries, grilled asparagus, roasted tomatoes and green peppercorn sauce. Enjoy 10 per cent off your total bill for self-pickup orders. Check out the menu here

Vue | Level 19, OUE Bayfront, 50 Collyer Quay, S(049321) | 8879 0923 

(Related: 5 Reasons To Visit Vue, Singapore’s First Rooftop Spritz Bar And Restaurant)

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