Food purists, this might make you feel uncomfortable.

It's mod Sin, European, and molecular gastronomy all rolled into one at two month-old Restaurant Labyrinth. The 20-seat restaurant—located on Neil Road—offers some very unusual creations that might raise an eyebrow (or two).

Local chef-owner Han Li Guang puts out progessive starters like a vegetarian-friendly tomato "steak" tartare with mango yolk and a soft shell crab with chili crab ice cream topped with mantou crumbs, interesting mains such as a spicy curry quinoa risotto served with chicken balls and siew yoke fan with roasted pork belly and ramen-flavored risotto (you get to choose between these two mains) and unique desserts like a chendol xiao long bao with gula melaka syrup served in a little vinegar pot (don't be fooled), and a deconstructed apple crumble with white chocolate crumbs and yogurt ice cream.

It's a fixed menu here (five-course meal for $78; a real steal) so don't expect to see an a la carte menu. Best to head down quickly though—chef Han is thinking of increasing prices. A tip for those thinking of making reservations: try either Sunday or Tuesday as it gets pretty crowded Wednesday through Saturday.