Passport to… Singapore

Singaporean cuisine is influenced by its long history as an important seaport with a large
immigrant population. Flavors from Malaysia, China, Indonesia, Thailand, England and Portugal are apparent in many dishes. The food of Singapore holds such cultural significance that a common greeting in the country is, “Have you eaten?”

Starting with the featured appetizers, our Satay Trio is the perfect finger food as well as an ode to the famed Satay Street in Singapore. This selection of chicken, shrimp, and flat iron steak satay served with a spicy peanut sauce is sure to please.

For entrees, we’re featuring our own bold rendition of two classic Singapore dishes: Hainanese Chicken Rice and Chili Crab.

Hainanese Chicken Rice is a deceptively simple dish that gained fame after the late Anthony Bourdain visited the famous Hawker Centers in Singapore. Boiled chicken is served over specially prepared rice and accompanied with a lip-smacking chili sauce, fresh cucumbers and tomatoes. While it may sound simple and uninteresting, we guarantee this is a dish you do not want to miss!

Then we have our Singapore-Style Chili Crab, in which we wok sweet snow crab with onions, tomatoes, and a blend of spices in a rich chili sauce. This dish is as messy as it is delicious, but it is definitely worth the mess!

For cocktails, we have partnered with Tito’s Handmade Vodka to mix up libations that are inspired by the flavors of Singapore.

Of course, we had to make our own version of the famous Singapore Sling. Our Singapore LING is made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka, yuzu (an Asian citrus), fresh pineapple, a bit of Luxardo cherry juice and a dash of Angostura Bitters. This cocktail is both refreshing and complex.

We also have a wonderful Sentosa Martini, inspired by the popular watermelon soju available in many restaurants and bars throughout Singapore. We shake up Tito’s Handmade Vodka, rosé, watermelon puree and fresh mint to make the perfect martini to balance some of the spicy dishes on this menu.

Our Passport to Singapore menu is filled with delectable choices and we hope to see you in July to enjoy this culinary adventure!




Steamed Dumplings  steamed pork dumplings topped with our signature peanut-red curry sauce
Recommended Pairing: SAVED ‘Magic Maker’ Rosé

Satay Trio (GF)  specially prepared flat iron steak*, chicken, and shrimp skewers, served with spicy peanut dipping sauce
Recommended Pairing: Jaded Pearl


Singapore-Style Chili Crab (GF)   ­snow crab legs wok’d with onions and tomatoes in a spicy chili sauce, served with drawn butter and Uncle Fu’s Fried Rice
Recommended Pairing: Sentosa Martini

Street Noodles (GF)  pork, chicken, shrimp and egg wok’d with rice noodles and fresh vegetables in a light sake-soy sauce
Recommended Pairing: Singapore LING

Hainanese Chicken Rice   Singapore’s most popular dish… poached chicken breast served with specially prepared rice, fresh cucumbers and tomatoes. Deceptively simple, yet utterly delicious
Recommended Pairing: SAVED Red Blend



Singapore LING
Our own unique twist on a Singapore Sling… Tito’s Handmade Vodka, citrus, pineapple, cherry syrup, Angostura Bitters

Jaded Pearl 
Turmeric is a common spice used throughout Singapore… Turmeric-infused Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Aperol, fresh lime juice, coconut cream

Sentosa Martini
A cocktail reminiscent of the popular Watermelon Soju… Tito’s Handmade Vodka, watermelon syrup, rosé, fresh mint

Perfectly Paired Wines

SAVED Wines is an artistic expression of the freedom of
craft, inspired by tattoo artist Scott Campbell. These wines
are named after Scott Campbell’s acclaimed SAVED tattoo
studio in Brooklyn, NY. Both the Red Blend and Magic Maker
Rosé labels are original pieces by the famed artist and each
have hidden meanings behind the design.

Learn more about our 2018 Passport Menus.

*  Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness; contains (or may contain) raw or undercooked ingredients.
(GF) Items can be made gluten free. Substitutions may apply. Not a gluten free kitchen.

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