I have tried Bistro Soori for Brunch before and was impressed because it was one of the better brunches I’ve ever had. Brunch food places are ubiquitous in Singapore nowadays and I find that not many actually takes pride in it with most being mediocre at best (and it all tastes about the same to me). Bistro Soori was one of the rarer cases which actually left an impression and I wanted to try their lunch or dinner menu so badly. Finally, there was a day I could make it for lunch and I seized the opportunity!
However, luck wasn’t with me that day and I was told that the Pandan Souffle was unavailable as the chef rejected the day’s batch. Honestly if I had know this earlier I would have probably chosen to have lunch somewhere else, because I was dying to know whether this was going to be the best souffle in Singapore given all the raves. I guess this means I have to try again next time!
For lunch, a 3 course meal and a small cup of soup costs $39.00+. Many options are available for the 3 courses, subject to availability. I had a tough time choosing because quite a few appealed to me. You can also choose to order a la carte from the same menu and prices vary.
Pan Seared Scallops, Mango Miso Puree, Mixed Green, Balsamic Reduction
Sauteed Garlic Prawns, Mixed Greens, Red Wine Vinaigrette
Baked Chilean Seabass, Sauteed Fine Beans, Cherry Tomato, Soy Glaze
Duck Leg Confit, Spinach and Mushroom Salad, Balsamic Reduction
Vanilla Panna Cotta, Brandy Morello Cherry, Corn Crumbs
Caramelized Banana, Vanilla Ice Cream
Overall, the food did not disappoint and the cooking standards matched up to my previous impression of the place when I had brunch. However, I found that the brunch was more filling.
For my previous experience: https://hungryinsingapore.wordpress.com/2013/04/07/bistro-soori-brunch/