Known as a place of restoration and tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Plentyfull serves home-cooked meals away from home....

Plentyfull Singapore - Home-Cooked Meals Away From Home At Reasonable Prices!

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Known as a place of restoration and tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Plentyfull serves home-cooked meals away from home. And guess what? The restaurant does not even own a can opener because they firmly believe in making food from scratch!

The space evolves from a wholesome market table luncheon spread to an intimate full-service restaurant by nightfall.


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As you step into the restaurant, you'll be captivated by its gorgeous interior setting. The design of the space is inspired by nature which also helps to promote relaxed conversations over meals and a laid-back environment to unwind after a day's work. 

The all-day dual concept restaurant also features a patisserie, gourmet grocer! Everything at Plentyfull is made from scratch with the freshest seasonal produce sourced from farmers and artisans locally and internationally.

The Dinner Menu

If you are a regular diner at Plentyfull, you'll know that it's a norm for them to change up their menu once in a while to offer their diners something different once in a while. 


House Charcuterie:
5 J Jamon Iberico $22++
777 Duck breast Prosciutto $16++
Beetroot and Ginger Cured Ocean Trout $18++
Szechuan Peppered Swordfish Belly Ham $16++
*Choice of 4 available at $38++ for regular or $46++ for large

Nothing to start the dinner like the House Charcuterie! If you're someone who loves fresh meat produce to go with your wine, you'll love this. Though prices may seem a little steep, you're really paying for quality here. 

To Start: 


Seasonal Vegetable Tart $16++

And if you're someone who loves eating with your camera, you'll certainly want to order up this dish.
The vegetable tart we had came served with greens such as cauliflower, cucumber, fresh tomatoes and edible flowers that complemented the crunchy tart base really well. 


Organic Tofu “Caprese” $16++
Silken tofu dressed in aged ponzu with plum tomatoes, shallot & seeds

If you're a fan of plum tomatoes, you'll be happy to know that this dish came served with plenty of these little gems. The ponzu sauce was a little tart for my liking, but my dining companions felt that it was very appetising and was the perfect way to prep their stomachs for the big meal ahead. 

Mains:


Beetroot Risotto $24++
Arborio rice with a medley of beetroot & pecorino cheese

Personally, I'm not a fan of anything beetroot. However, I must say that this was one of my favourite dishes of the night - mainly due to the al dente risotto rice! Every bit of rice was perfectly doused in pecorino cheese that made it so irresistible to savour. 

I would highly recommend you to order up the other risotto dishes in the menu if you are someone who can't stand beetroot like I do. 



Grilled Natural Grass Fed Striploin $36++
Miso tahini, leeks & veal jus

Felt that the striploin was a little too tough for my liking! 



Grilled Spiced Lamb Ribs $30++
Slow cooked served with smoked yoghurt, edamame & horseradish

Another of my favourite dishes of the night! It's not easy to perfect lamb ribs since it may often turn out too gamey but this, my friends, was delicious and tender - yet firm enough to retain its bite. 

Desserts:


Rose & Strawberry Panna Cotta $14++
Sable breton, balsamic vinegar reduction, sorbet


Coconut Creme Brûlée $14++
Coconut ribbons, salted gula melaka ice-cream



Miso Souffle $16++
Toasted walnut ice-cream

Here at Plentyfull, there is always a selection of cakes and pastries freshly made daily. But if you were to order them from the menu, I would highly recommend you to try the Miso Souffle! 

For those who are not familiar with this dessert, it is a French dessert made with egg yolks and beaten egg whites. A good souffle should always taste as though you are eating a "cloud" that melts or dissolves in your mouth with a moist center. And well, the folks at Plentyfull certainly nailed this.

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For the month of May, there's also going to be a special collaboration with Chef-Owner Jean-Philippe Patruno of critically acclaimed Dehesa! The chef ​will be joining Head Chef Victor Loy​ of ​Plentyfull, for an ​exclusive two-night only dinner​ in May.​

Priced at S$95 per person, the menu will ​take diners through a series of five ​tantalising ​courses​! Diners will start with an assortment of snacks like the Bacon Jam, served with caviar and blinis​; and Pigs Trotters Croquettes served with black garlic. ​Then, the appetiser - Smoked Iberico Cheeks, with raddichio, roots and aged ponzu will be served. There will be two entrees available: the ​Pig's Skin Tagliatelle, served with lobster tail, coral jus and scallion; and Crispy Pigs Head served with egg yolk and Madeira reduction.

The meal will come to a close on a sweet note with​ a homemade Snickers Bar for dessert,​ and delightful Tocino del Cielo. To enhance the meal, beverage pairings are also available.

Price: $95++ per pax
 (Additional $35++ per pax for wine pairing & $22++ per pax for non-alcoholic drinks pairing)
Dates: 14 May​ and ​28 May ​2017 only ​(Sundays)
Time: 7pm

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Plentyfull
Address:
 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-79/80 
Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596
Reservations: Call 6493 2997 or email hello@plentyfull.com

Opening Hours:
Mon to Fri: 8:30am - 10:30pm
Sat to Sun: 10:30am - 10:30pm 

Love,
Cassan

This was a media tasting invite with Plentyfull.

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