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Singapore - LP+Tetsu, anyone been?

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kobri Aug 14, 2012 06:04 AM

Hallo,

I'm thinking about including this venue in my Singapore program. Has anyone been there? Worth trying?

Thank you

  1. k
    klyeoh Aug 14, 2012 06:39 AM

    I'd been there only once when it first opened. Very formal space - I felt a bit constricted, but probably just me, because I'd always regarded Tanglin Mall as a place to relax and have a casual meal.

    Do you like French-Japanese fusion? It's done to death, but still has its followers/fans if you're into that sort of thing.

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      k
      kobri Aug 14, 2012 07:49 AM

      Well, I do like french-japanese cuisine. But in this particular case it has 2 reasons, First, I thought that it can be interesting to compare LP to french-Japanese restaurants in paris, such as Kei, Passage 53, Le Bigarrade, which I have recently visited. Second, I cannot really decide on some other dining option for european or fusion cuisine in Singapore. By Iggy's I'm not really convinced with his concept, and I have heard a lot of odd stories about Andre and I'm not sure about Waku Ghin. Have you any suggestions?

      1. re: kobri
        M_Gomez Aug 14, 2012 07:54 AM

        kobri, why don't you try Taratata Bistro on Keong Saik Road? My girlfriends (or rather "mahjong" partners) bought me a birthday treat there recently, and the place was fabolous. Run by two Frenchmen who're tremendously talented.
        http://melicacy.com/?p=4462

        For a mixed bag of cuisine and food choices, but with an amazing view of Singapore, go to Ku De Ta:-
        http://melicacy.com/?p=4484

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          kobri Aug 14, 2012 08:01 AM

          Thank you; M_Gomez. Actually I have planned Taratata for lunch already. It seems to be fabulous in sense of food quality and price. For the evening I was thinking about more refined food.

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