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(Closed) Keystone Restaurant

European, Modern European, Western

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Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00

Tue - Sat: 18:00 - 22:30

$76 based on 12 reviews
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Occupying two units of shophouses at Stanley Road, this fine-dining establishment offers progressive versions of modern European fare. Chef Mark Richards uses high quality ingredients that are prepared with modernist cooking methods such as sous-vide techniques, spherification and dehydration to create varying flavours and textures on his dishes. See what foodies like this place for
Kenneth Tiong 641 • 10 Jul 20125 reviews 14 followers

http://kennethtiongeats.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/keystone-singapore/
 
Keystone was hanging around the top of the Singapore restaurant rankings when it came to Tripadvisor ratings. (As I type, it’s currently #14). Was it that good?
 
Price: $120++ pax w/o wine. [Menu]
 
It’s a participant of Palate so there’s a 50% offer occasionally.
 
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We went to Keystone on a leisurely Monday night, having read ladyironchef’s recommendation. It really is food worth “eating with your eyes”.
 
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Kenneth Tiong 641 • 10 Jul 20125 reviews 14 followers

http://kennethtiongeats.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/keystone-singapore/
 
Keystone was hanging around the top of the Singapore restaurant rankings when it came to Tripadvisor ratings. (As I type, it’s currently #14). Was it that good?
 
Price: $120++ pax w/o wine. [Menu]
 
It’s a participant of Palate so there’s a 50% offer occasionally.
 
_______________
 
We went to Keystone on a leisurely Monday night, having read ladyironchef’s recommendation. It really is food worth “eating with your eyes”.
 
First was...

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Ozzie Bites • 28 May 201213 reviews 1 followers

I dined here with four other friends as a celebration for my girlfriends birthday. What a treat it was. we all had the degustation menu at $115++ which was a bargain considering the amazing food we were served. not only was the food beautifully presented, it was a taste sensation as well.
 
each course was introduced by the wait staff and a good explanation was given as to what we were eating. some of the tastes were new -...

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Tongkers • 21 May 20123 reviews 0 followers

Food was nicely presented but flavor was extremely disappointing and extremely overpriced... Dishes were either too sweet or too salty. 
 
The same ingredients were used MULTIPLE times throughout the menu and dishes I.e. Foie Gras used in the amuse bouche as a foie gras creme brûlée, in both the fish and beef main as a foie gras emulsion and in a dessert which i couldnt bear to order due to the foie gras overload ; watercress leaves were used...

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