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The Masses now offers S$100++ Omakase that even your grandmother will enjoy

Last Updated: October 12, 2020

Written by Wani

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One would automatically associate ‘omakase‘ with Japanese cuisine, but it is 2020, and it is certainly a lot more fun when you leave your meal to the whim and fancy of the chef. You can now experience this spontaneity at The Masses, an establishment headed by Chef Dylan, and someone who touts his food as ‘Contemporary Happy Food’.
Taking the best seasonal produce straight from Europe, their omakase will only set you back by S$100++—not a shabby price point for something that only the affluent usually have access to. It’s only a slight elevation from their usual casual dining format so even your grandmother can appreciate it.
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With their current Menu 10.0 in rotation, the omakase takes cue from that and incorporates selected dishes to be served in down-sized portions, along with, of course, chef’s selections for the day. Take, for example, their French Onion Velouté. Instead of browning the sweet French onions, their version is to steam the sweetness out of them.
Milk is then added for a velvety mouthfeel, before French morel mushroom and French Plantin black truffle is tossed in to complete the outfit.
The Masses Omakase Online

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For your main, there’s a toss between the Pigeon or the Wagyu Sirloin—either will undoubtedly satiate. The former is a French pigeon breast that’s slow-roasted for over two hours, then pan-seared and monter au beurre with garlic and thyme.
The latter is served with French girolle mushroom, corn purée, Spanish Padrón pepper, accompanied by a luxurious Perigueux sauce made with beef jus, truffle, and Madeira wine.
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There’s much to look forward to at the end, with Yuzu Semifreddo, a semi-frozen dessert with meringue atop yuzu sponge. Adding the finishing touch is yuzu gel, and a five-fruit sorbet made with banana, pineapple, orange, lemon, and lime.
It’s a celebration of flavours and produce here at The Masses, so make your reservations early and be ready to impress the dining traditionalists—you know, those who insist on a fixed menu—in your family.
Date & Time: The Masses’ omakase menu is now available from 19 September 2020
Price: S$100++
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The Masses

85 Beach Road, #01-02, Singapore 189694


The Masses

85 Beach Road, #01-02, Singapore 189694

Telephone: +65 6266 0061
Operating Hours: 12pm - 9.30pm (Mon, Tue & Thu), 12pm - 12am (Wed & Fri), 10.30am - 12am (Sat), 10.30 - 10pm (Sun)
Telephone: +65 6266 0061

Operating Hours: 12pm - 9.30pm (Mon, Tue & Thu), 12pm - 12am (Wed & Fri), 10.30am - 12am (Sat), 10.30 - 10pm (Sun)
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