Submit a photo of your favourite restaurant dish and win Sofitel Singapore City Centre’s set lunch at Racines for four worth $220.
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epicure is looking for like-minded foodies to share photos of their favourite restaurant dishes in Singapore or any part of the world. Tell us why you like the dish that you have selected and we will post your entry and photo(s) online.
It’s easy. Simply download the epicure Food Hunting app here OR submit via our online form to upload your food picture(s).
Three of the best looking photos will be selected each month. The closing date for entries is on 12 October. This month’s winners will each win Sofitel Singapore City Centre’s set lunch at Racines for four worth $220.
Congratulations to our three wineers of September’s Food Hunting contest who have won Capella Singapore’s chef Lee’s signature set menu at Cassia for two worth $258.
Adding to Tanjong Pagar’s hip dining scene is Racines, a unique venue featuring traditional French classics alongside refined local Chinese delicacies prepared by two distinct chef brigades. Helmed by executive chef Jean-Charles Dubois, diners can enjoy different courses from either menu, allowing different palates to enjoy the sumptuous cuisines together. Translating in French to roots, the bright and naturally-lit 136-seater restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows is designed to take diners on an epicurean journey flanking authentic dishes that remain true to their roots. French classical highlights include the signature Grenouille or frogs legs served with pan-fried pink garlic, parsley and wild mushroom emulsion ($26), Dubois’ traditional recipe of a sublime Lobster Bisque with coral oil, basil ravioli and micro cress ($28), the highly addictive Poulet featuring pot-roasted French corn-fed chicken with ratte potatoes, heirloom carrots and chicken jus ($98). Alternatively, those craving a local Chinese creation will be feted by chef Andrew Ong’s signatures such as stir-fried spicy Szechuan style Frogs Legs ($58), the crispy Sweet & Sour Kurobuta Pork ($38), and the Nonya-style stir-fried Calamari ($58). The restaurant also offers 5-course degustation menus to enjoy the best of each cuisine ($78 each). Finish with a selection of mouth-watering desserts ($16 each) such as Mousse au Chocolate, Mango Sticky Rice with homemade coconut ice cream, and the refreshing Yuzu Tart with rice crispies crumble. 9 Wallich Street Singapore. Tel: 6428 5000
Terms & Conditions: Submissions of homemade or hawker food will NOT be accepted; Entries have to be shot on-site at the eatery; Management reserves the right to withdraw or replace prize offers at any time; Only winners will be notified; The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence on the decision will be entertained. Please take note that winners from the past three months can submit entries, but will not be eligible for the prizes.