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New spin on Asian food

Samantha Chiew
Samantha Chiew8/15/2019 12:35 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
New spin on Asian food
SINGAPORE (Aug 15): Welcoming its new head chef, Benny Lim, Komyuniti is introducing a new menu that will showcase Chef Benny’s culinary talents. Chef Benny intends to bring to the table his signature brand of fusion cuisine that he hopes will impart a
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SINGAPORE (Aug 15): Welcoming its new head chef, Benny Lim, Komyuniti is introducing a new menu that will showcase Chef Benny’s culinary talents. Chef Benny intends to bring to the table his signature brand of fusion cuisine that he hopes will impart a sense of joyful wonder to local and international diners alike. He spent the last 14 years perfecting his Western culinary technique while drawing inspiration from a rich background of Asian influences.

For example, putting a spin on the traditional Peking Duck dish, his rendition of Hoisin Duck Flatbread is one of the new menu’s latest dish. This is served with tomato sauce, smoked duck breast, fresh cucumbers and spring onions on top of flatbread, which is then topped with mozzarella cheese and a specialty Hoisin sauce.

Asians always love their spicy food. So, get a kick with the Spicy Korean Fried Chicken (main image) that is drenched in a red hot homemade Korean buffalo sauce. But be warned though, this is really spicy.

You can never go wrong with a classic beef burger. Komyuniti’s signature Beef Burger comes with a perfectly grilled marinated Angus beef patty, mayo dressing, cheddar cheese, homemade bacon jam, fresh tomatoes and lettuce – all nestled between two delicious charcoal buns. This comes with a side of purple cabbage coleslaw and shoestring fries.

Komyuniti is going back to black. Apart from the black charcoal burger buns, they’ve added charcoal into the batter for their fish and chips. Challenging the notion of black-coloured food, this is probably the most unconventional fish & chips you’ve ever tried!

For dessert, we had a potted plant put in front of us. But dig your spoon in and you’ll realise that this plant is so much more than meets the eye. Served in a little flower pot, the Potted Plant Tiramisu is layered with an espresso-infused coffee sponge, espuma liquor custard and topped with Oreo-crumbed “soil” to give it a more realistic feel.

Come for the food, but stay for the drinks. F&B Manager and award-winning mixologist As’ad Isnin mixes up some of the most interesting cocktails out there. This time, to accompany the new menu, As’ad has introduced two new drinks.

The Lost Not Found incorporates fermented strawberries, a delightful mix of herb liqueur, botanical herbs and prosecco. The end product is a sweet, light and fruity cocktail.

Coffee-lovers, this one’s for you. The Comic Coffee is a vodka-based cocktail made up with citrus, dark cherry, soya bean curd and salted espresso. Make sure you have a spoon ready to scoop the soya bean curd at the bottom of the drink.

KOMYUNITI

366 Orchard Road Level 10,

YOTEL, 238904

Opening hours:

Sunday to Thursday - 6.30am to 12.30am

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