SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Meta

Keong Saik's hot new resto serves up fusion plates with South Korean influences.

This stylish new contemporary Asian restaurant set in a shophouse along Chinatown's hippest street is helmed by South Korean head chef Sun Kim. The menu comprises gastronomic items with South Korean influences, like Wagyu tartare with egg jelly and Korean pear kimchi, oyster with pomelo and lemon and slow-cooked Tasmanian grass-fed beef short rib with parnip. There's also a eight-course degustation menu ($125), for those who'd like a proper tasting of his creations.

This stylish new contemporary Asian restaurant set in a shophouse along Chinatown's hippest street is helmed by South Korean head chef Sun Kim, who's done stints at Tetsuya's in Sydney and Waku Ghin here. The menu comprises gastronomic items with South Korean influences, like Wagyu tartare with egg jelly and Korean pear kimchi, oyster with pomelo and lemon and slow-cooked Tasmanian grass-fed beef short rib with parnip. There's also a eight-course degustation menu ($125), for those who'd like a proper tasting of his creations.

Meta doesn't just cater to meat eaters—herbivores can choose from a vegetarian menu, details of which are still being finalized now. The restaurant's full pastry (by pastry chef Tammy Mah) and cocktail menu (by bar manager Aloysius Chon) are also in the works.
 
Venue Details
Address: Meta, 9 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore, 089117 Singapore
Phone: 6513 0898
Website: www.metarestaurant.sg
Area: Chinatown
Cuisine: Fusion
Open since: November, 2015
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 6-11pm
Nearest trainOutram Park
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