In a not-so-quiet corner of Millenia Walk lies one of our favourite restaurants to go to for a meal. Named Plentyfull, the eating joint is helmed by Victor Loy who once led the kitchen at Harbour Grill at Hilton Singapore. His creative mind and dedication to food (he told us he once marinated a pig for three days) is quite astonishing, and he constantly reinvents the menu.
If you haven’t had the chance to experience Loy’s creations, this weekend and the weekend after next are the perfect times to do it. Loy is collaborating, or as he calls it – jamming, with Jean-Philippe Patruno, the chef of Dehesa, to put together a five-course dinner that combines the best of their talents. On 14 and 28 May, Loy and Patruno will be working hand in hand in the Plentyfull kitchen to serve you the menu below.
The menu is a combination of Plentyfull’s fusion sensibilities with Dehesa’s expertise in Spanish cuisine, especially the Iberico pig. If Loy’s anecdote about marinating the pig for three days is any indication, we reckon that this dinner will be a bacon lover’s culinary dream.
The dinner starts from $95++ per person. Non-alcoholic drinks and wines pairings are an additional $22++ and $35++ respectively. You can call 6493 2997 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.