Ash and Elm

Nestled on the ground level of the hotel and taking over the premises of the previous restaurant Olive Tree is contemporary European dining restaurant Ash and Elm. The ritzy space here has a cozy upmarket vibe with high-ceilings, gliterry chandeliers, and an intricately designed mosaic flooring complemented by marble and aged oak timbre tiles. Adding to the airy and spacious surroundings is a skylight canopy that runs through the entire length of the dining area.  

One of the bestsellers here are the charcuterie platters that come in small and large portions  like the Ash & Elm platter ($24/$42) featuring house-cured beef pastrami, house-cured pork loin, pork belly and Pressé de foie gras with smoked duck or the surf platter ($24/$42) featuring smoked salmon, smoked marlin, tuna tataki, cured sea bass and taramasalata. For mains, try the Tasmanian salmon fillet a la panacha ($46) featuring a pan-seared Tasmanian salmon slab topped over with grapefruit hollandaise or the French free-range yellow chicken supreme ($29) that sees a freshly airflown chicken patty garnished with thyme, rosemary and served alongside creamy polenta, roasted corn, bacon and mushrooms. Dessert lovers should check out the salty chocolate rum-raisin ($14) that sees the coming together of rum raisin cremeux, sea salt caramel, chocolate foam topped over with a dollop of cocoa nib ice cream. For something lighter, try the yuzu citrus combination ($14) featuring lemon sable breton, yuzu curd in a Mandarin orange reduction. 

For drinks, check out their extensive wine list featuring selections from renowned regions across the world like the 2013 Yalumba Eden Valley Viognier ($138) and the Hugel & Fils Pinot Noir, Alsace ($98).