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Fine arts and Fine foods are a work of art Apr 28, 2013
Thanks to SR Gallery for inviting me to try their 5 Course dinner set.
When I got there I was greeted by many artistic pieces as well as a gallery.
Currently Abstract art is on exhibition and the theme will change according to their schedule.
SR Gallery used to be just an exhibition for art but now they have integrated a restaurant with the gallery.
I liked the spaciousness of the restaurant with the gallery beside it.
There is optional foie gras as well.
I had trouble choosing each course because there were so many good choices.
Usually in other restaurants there are 1 or 2 delectable choices but at SR Gallery there were about 3-4 per course that I liked.
The vegetarian choices were really tempting as well and not just there for the sake of making up a choice for vegetarians!
Here was what I tried:
The sweet sauce had pieces of orange rind in it so I preferred the other savoury sauce with the foie gras.
The foie gras was crisp on the outside and velvety in the middle.
Herbed Tuna Salad with Aged Balsamic Reduction:
The tuna and the salad was a nice pairing.
SR Crab cake:
Clams with sun-dried tomatoes and cherry tomatoes:
The clams were sand free too.
French Duck Leg Confit with Truffle Mash Potato and Avocado Salad:
The skin was lovely and crispy and it basically tasted like the crispy aromatic ducks at Chinese restaurants in the UK.
The accompanying mash and salad was nice, and the mash was delectable because they put truffle in it.
As well as the salmon, they also had roasted rack of lamb with black olive sauce but I preferred the Salmon.
The other main choices were hard to choose from because there was Vegetable Strudel with Basil Cream Sauce and Buttered Pumpkin and Spinach and Cheese Cake with Sautéed Mushroom.
In the end I chose the salmon.
Pan Fried Salmon with Black Olive Sauce:
It reminds me of black bean sauce but olive sauce tastes much nicer because it has natural olive oil in it and it has a nutty taste.
Lastly we finished with dessert so we chose the Panna Glazed Mango White Wine Sabayon and Banana Caramel Tart.
To go with the desserts there was so many teas to choose from.
The best tea to go with the dessert was the Black caramel tea which had the sweetest smell you could ever imagine.
I also tried the Body nourish tea as well because they also specialize in healthy teas as well as floral teas.
Panna Glazed Mango White Wine Sabayon:
The cubes of mango were in a cup shaped filo pastry covered with dreamy light Sabayon.
The Sabayon was really milky, light and well frothed which was heaven with the delicate flakey filo pastry.
Banana Caramel Tart:
The crust was lovely and buttery with sweet caramel on it.
It was definitely a nice banana tart because the banana slices, with caramel and crust were a perfect match.
Black tea caramel:
It contains sugar, hazelnut, cocoa and vanilla, but the taste was not actually sweet.
This had burdock roots, ophiopognis and Wolf berries.
The taste was interesting because it tasted like American ginseng (fa kei sum).
After trying the dinner I will come back and try their other main courses and the teas because there are so many!!
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