Oosh | Review

One of the main draws of Tanglin Village is the leafy, relaxed forest ambiance that make the bars and restaurants here so special. Oosh is no different. Occupying a massive 110,000 square feet of space, Oosh boasts one of the biggest alfresco areas in Singapore and much of that open air space is taken up by the dining area known as The Garden. With lush plants and discreet lighting sprinkled liberally across the dining area, Oosh can certainly lay claim to being one of the most romantic spots to dine and wine away the evening. The food itself—a fusion of Asian and Western was competent but not outstanding. For starters we tried the three sea sampler which was made up of tiger prawns wrapped in parma ham, salmon tataki and crispy tuna with avocado cream, with only the salmon tataki really getting our taste buds going. However the arrival of the mains marked a turn for the better. The butter garlic Norwegian salmon was a light and simple dish done well, but the highlight was undoubtedly the lamb rack whose maple graze provided the perfect sweet counterfoil to the lamb’s savouriness. The dessert was good but nothing to crow about. Good food, attentive service and lovely surroundings… no wonder Oosh has wormed its way into the hearts of many a yuppie diners.