Where To Eat This Week: Greenwood Fish Market, Three Buns, Wolf Burgers And Wolfgang Steakhouse
1/5Royal Plaza on Scotts
Perhaps it’s the warming relations (again) between North Korea and the US that has inspired Royal Plaza on Scotts to bring back its famed Trump-Kim burger, available from October 6 to 14, between 4.30pm to 7.30pm. It was first introduced this year when both leaders were in Singapore for the historic summit.
We can’t deny that it’s delicious, too. This soul food comprises a succulent minced meat and kimchi patty, layered with crisp seaweed and served with fries. Have it with the yuzu iced tea, concocted with Korean honey, yuzu and iced tea.
Beyond Burger has found a new partner to help with its quest to help the world's growing population eat more responsibly by considering new alternatives, such as sustainable, plant-based burger patties that taste like meat. In Singapore, this food wonder is now available at casual burger joint Wolf Burger in the form of its latest offering: the Future Burger.
It's made not only for vegetarians but anyone who can't resist a juicy burger patty replete with meaty flavours and just the right amount of smokiness, layered with gooey aged cheddar, caramelised onions, an assortment of greens and tomatoes. Have it a la carte or in a set which comes with fries and drinks.
Wolf Burger | 01-43, Changi City Point, 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, S(486038) | 6902 0486
3/5Three Buns Quayside
Make it a burger week by planning a trip to Three Buns, the latest burger joint (from the Potato Head group) at Robertson Quay. Executive chef Adam Penney helms the kitchen and makes his patties from scratch, which you’ll be able to enjoy in the five new creations.
Da Cheese Master is a delicious mess, with its thick, juicy Angus beef patty layered with double cheddar, charred onions, ketchup and white miso paste. Meanwhile, the Bun DMC is an ode to chef’s childhood wherein he creates a watermelon rind relish stacked over fried shallots, onion puree and its Three Islands mayo.
Three Buns Quayside | 60 Robertson Quay, #01-01, S(238252) | 6909 7838 | firstname.lastname@example.org
4/5Greenwood Fish Market
If you're craving something light and delicious, like good seafood, you'll be glad to know Greenwood Fish Market—its latest outlet, that is—is much closer to town. Located at Dempsey, it boasts a smilar bevy of the ocean’s bounty.
The seafood platter, comprising pristine lobsters, oysters and tiger prawns, among others, is the best way to start the meal. If you’re dining with the family, though, toss in the meaty crab cakes and an assortment of Japanese yakitori—pork, scallops, chicken and mushroom. Don’t miss out on having a whole fish; you have a choice between the pink snapper and the blue cod, which the chef will fry or steam in XO sauce for you.
Greenwood Fish Market | Block 8D Dempsey Road, 01-01, S(249672) | 6256 1103 | email@example.com
5/5Book Ahead: Wolfgang Steakhouse
There’s something about a whisky and steak pairing that is utterly mouth-watering. Which is why it's okay to start looking forward to an exclusive The Macallan and Wolfgang Steakhouse’s dinner, taking place from October 25 to 27.
After a warm beef barley soup, best enjoyed with a triple cask 12YO, the indulgence moves up a notch with a succulent lamb chop enhanced with a double cask 12YO; the main event is the perfectly grilled USDA 28-day dry-aged New York sirloin that's paired with The Macallan Rare cask. There’s a fish option, too, if that’s what you prefer.
Dessert deserves a special mention, especially if you have a soft spot for a tiramisu, which you can enjoy with The Macallan Edition No. 4.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse | 1 Nanson Road, 02-01 InterContinental Singapore, Robertson Quay, S(238909) | 6887 5885 | Book here