I had to up my ante for sis’s birthday, so in addition to getting her the watch she wanted, I sprang for dinner at Singapore’s only three-star Michelin restaurant, Joel Robuchon Restaurant, at Resorts World Sentosa.
Sis and I opted for the cheapest (and I use the word loosely here) menu, which was priced at $248. The six-course menu came with an amuse bouche, one appetiser, one main course, dessert trolley, coffee or tea and petit fours. The other menus are priced at $298 (additional appetiser and inclusive of either cheese cart or a plated dessert) and $348 (additional appetiser and main course, inclusive of either a cheese cart or a plated dessert).
Honestly, the $248 menu will suffice as the bread basket, dessert trolley and petit fours trolley are extremely comprehensive. We were so well fed that we could not eat breakfast the following day and hardly had space for lunch
What an impressive spread! All the bread is served warm and made in house by their baker. The best one among all was the croissant, which was flaky and buttery.