The Ottomani’s latest exciting dining experience, The Nomad Series, is nothing but delightful and decadent at the same time
When it comes to getting the vibe right for an unforgettable supper club, the team behind The Ottomani sure take their role seriously. Serving up innovative and clever mod-Middle Eastern cuisine, the regular menu is exciting enough for us to dream about our next dining experience there, but they’ve switched things up and kept things fresh with the introduction of The Nomad Series. And we’re hooked.
The new dining series will see internationally-acclaimed chefs collaborate with The Ottomani to bring their creativity and craft their own exclusive menus. On the roster are (and from around the world!) Jason Licker (a James Beard nominee), Ben Spalding (Puzzle Projects, London), Coskun Uysal (Tulum, Melbourne), Alejandro Saravia (Pastuso, Melbourne), Tim Butler (Eat Me, Bangkok), Ivan Brehm (Nouri, Singapore) and Eelke Plasmeijer (Locavore, Bali).
How it works? Each chef will be dishing out their own take of the Middle-Eastern palate over a few nights in the restaurant. Be sharp because it’s only over a few days for each chef so better make your bookings early.
The series kicked off on 21 June with American pastry masterchef and author of Lickerland, Jason Licker working alongside The Ottomani’s Chef Beau Churchill to put out a beautiful six-course menu. This feast saw us cleaning the plates of well-prepared and well thought-out dishes including the very satisfying ash-roasted Wagyu sirloin with tapenade and smoked mushroom muhammara and a refreshing spoonful of mint textures.
The next part is easy and a no-brainer. Do yourself a favour and be a part of this unforgettable dining series (ongoing till early 2019) by signing up for a spot, stat! Next dinner will be on 15 August and it will feature a 5-course takeover menu by Coskun Uysal. If you miss that one, camp for the 5-6 September 4 hands, 6-course menu by Ben Spalding and Beau Churchill.
The Ottomani, 48 Peck Seah St, #01-01A, Singapore 079317
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