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Acclaimed restaurant in Singapore showcasing "Eurasian" food. "The origins [of this style of cooking] date back to the early 16th century, when Portuguese traders travelled east. It is even hotter than the rich and spicy Chinese-Malay style called Peranakan, although it uses many similar ingredients, most notably buah keluak, the dark nuts that add such a distinctively unctuous flavour to whatever meat they are cooked with." [FT] Rave reviews for Quentin's oxtail debal curry (“debal” means leftovers in Portuguese creole) and Kristang beef stew. Learn more about Quentin's and Singapore's other star "metling pot" restaurants in the attached, March 2012 FT review by Nicholas Lander.
Quentin's is a savvy-insider, cool place to eat in Singapore, featured and recommended by:
+ Financial Times March 17, 2012"A Taste of Singapore's Melting Pot"
Address: 139 Ceylon Rd, Eurasian Community House
Phone: 65 6348 0327