Each week, we shortlist the best spots in a city to satisfy your food and drink cravings. In Singapore, savour Japan’s sakura season at 2am:dessertbar’s strawberry-themed high tea, order a three-course menu featuring Irish cuisine and Japanese unagi, and do good by dining at The Social Kitchen x The Ginger Pantry.

2am: dessertbar’s Strawberry Sakura High Tea

Fresh hanami sakura flowers specially flown in from Nagoya, Japan is the highlight of 2am: dessertbar’s new Strawberry Sakura high tea. Available from March 6 onwards, the high tea is a celebration of springtime with sweet treats like strawberry yuzu opera cake, strawberry caprese with Roku gin, compressed Korean strawberries with sweet milk, as well as strawberry sakura and sakura caramel chocolate bonbons. Fun textures and flavours abound with strawberry-themed kakigori, tarts, michis, daifuku, and even gyozas. Guests can complete their tea experience with either coffee or tea.

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Photo: Cure X Man Man

Cure X Man Man

Can’t decide what to order on GrabFood? Check out the new four-hands collaboration between two unlikely partners—CURE, a specialist in “Nua” Irish cuisine and Man Man, which serves unagi from Aichi Prefecture in Japan. The latter was first awarded the MICHELIN Bib Gourmand in 2017. Available for preorder from now until February 20 and for delivery between February 22 and 23 during lunch only, the meals feed two generously. Great for a quick lunch date in the comfort of home, the three-course menu comes with an appetiser of Silverhill Farm Duck Takoyaki served with unagi glaze and katsuobushi, followed by a main course of BBQ unagi and Irish corned beef porridge. For dessert, there’s the light yet flavourful Avonmore matcha Cheesecake with Irish oats and shiso.

More information here.

Credits: The Social Kitchen x The Ginger Pantry

The Social Kitchen x The Ginger Pantry

Ginger Garden Dining, which helms concepts like The Halia, The Villa, Provisions Store, and more, is celebrating its 20th anniversary by partnering with The Social Kitchen, a social enterprise which works with F&B companies to provide employment to disadvantaged individuals. Popping up at two locations, Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) of Singapore and The Church of Saint Mary of the Angels (SMOTA), The Social Kitchen x The Ginger Pantry serves hearty dishes across three themes: the garden, the stove, and the oven. Expect locally-inspired creations like the Singapore-style chilli crab spaghettini, lemongrass and ginger prawn salad, smoked duck salad, as well as seafood gratin. Dine-in is available at YMCA, while takeaways can be ordered at SMOTA.

More information here.

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