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ME@OUE sits atop OUE Bayfront along the historic Collyer Quay. Featuring beautiful panoramic views of the Marina Bay and downtown area, ME@OUE is sure to delight the senses with one of the most enticing gourmet offerings in the city. With an impeccable selection of innovative Japanese, French and Chinese cuisines, and complemented with a remarkable view, a stylish, sophisticated ambience and a highly personalised attention to detail, a visit to ME@OUE is always a delightful experience to be remembered by all.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:00

Mon - Tue: 18:00 - 22:00

Wed - Sat: 18:00 - 22:30

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Mon to Fri: 18:00 - 00:00

Closed: Sun & PH

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Excellent Ohmi Wagyu & Early Valentine Dinner

See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/02/14/excellent-ohmi-wagyu-early-valentine-dinner-me-oue-on-13feb2015/

decided to do an early valentine dinner with wife on 12.2.2015. 
we do that usually, no point paying through the nose on 14feb for poorer food & service.^^ there were quite good reviews for me@oue at OUE Bayfront. this place offers a choice of 3 cuisine – french/european, japanese & chinese. & of course it offers spectacular views on the roof terrace. parking S$3.21 after 6pm.service quite good & friendly. we asked for recommendations. server suggested red lobster & lamb (chinese), miso cod, the signature A4 ohmi wagyu (japanese) and pan-seared dorade (a fish) & tenderloin (french). for appetisers, he recommended crystal prawns (chinese), poached egg (french). we enquire about sashimi moriawase. i showed the server a blog photo on sashimi moriawase which included chutoro, otoro, uni etc. the server returned to say that they were having maguro, sea bream etc (probably hirame, hamachi etc). well, it pays to ask. this nothing like what was written & not exciting at all! we were served a squid ink brioche & butter. we ordered the maguro tartare. this came to akami (lean toro), hotate & avocado. the starter was very nice, though i agreed with my wife that it was not very fine (or refine). it was a good cut so it was very tasty, but no better than the S$18.80 chirashi don at sumiya. the scallop carpaccio was very fresh & tasty, a reasonable serving. the server recommended the red lobster (S$55). i saw the photos before & thought it was 1/2 lobster but in fact it was a full whole lobster. the lobster was fresh, bouncy, very tasty & the chilli crustaceans sauce was excellent, better than many indifferent chilli crab places. the signature A4 ohmi wagyu was quite expectedly, superb! this was japan standard, better than most of the bingo wagyu 丰后和牛we had in kyushu (yufuin, beppu, fukuoka) during our recent trip. it was better than what we had at arossa previously &  about same as the kagoshima wagyu ishiyaki at mikuni. it cost nearly 2x what we paid at arossa (but arossa is closed now & even just prior to closing, palate privileges (50% discount was withdrawn & the wagyu cut was no more on the menu). i ordered the S$16 lava cake because it had good reviews. that was a mistake. it was competent but i think no better than my own lava cake, though i had not done i it lately, must try again! after dinner, we went to the roof terrace outside for the nice night views of MBS & the marina bay. it was windy, there were very few people & it was a very pleasant & brief stop.^^ overall, price was S$193nett (inclusive of a S$20 red wine with no discount) after 50% palate discounts for 2pax, including japanese A4 ohmi wagyu & a whole lobster. for me that was a very good deal. i would certainly come back for both the red lobster & also the ohmi wagyu. it was not quite fine dining yet, but it was overall pretty good & the 2 mains were just awesome!

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• 14 Feb 2015 • 268 reviews • 1 follower

Excellent Ohmi Wagyu & Early Valentine Dinner

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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/02/14/excellent-ohmi-wagyu-early-valentine-dinner-me-oue-on-13feb2015/

decided to do an early valentine dinner with wife on 12.2.2015. 
we do that usually, no point paying through the nose on 14feb for poorer food & service.^^ there were quite good reviews for me@oue at OUE Bayfront. this place offers a choice of 3 cuisine – french/european, japanese & chinese. & of course it offers spectacular views on the roof terrace. parking S$3.21 after 6pm.service quite good & friendly. we asked for recommendations. server suggested red lobster & lamb (chinese), miso cod, the signature A4 ohmi wagyu (japanese) and pan-seared dorade (a fish) & tenderloin (french). for appetisers, he recommended crystal prawns (chinese), poached egg (french). we enquire about sashimi moriawase. i showed the server a blog photo on sashimi moriawase which included chutoro, otoro, uni etc. the server returned to say that they were having maguro, sea bream etc (probably hirame, hamachi etc). well, it pays to ask. this nothing like what was written & not exciting at all! we were served a squid ink brioche & butter. we ordered the maguro tartare. this came to akami (lean toro), hotate & avocado. the starter was very nice, though i agreed with my wife that it was not very fine (or refine). it was a good cut so it was very tasty, but no better than the S$18.80 chirashi don at sumiya. the scallop carpaccio was very fresh & tasty, a reasonable serving. the server recommended the red lobster (S$55). i saw the photos before & thought it was 1/2 lobster but in fact it was a full whole lobster. the lobster was fresh, bouncy, very tasty & the chilli crustaceans sauce was excellent, better than many indifferent chilli crab places. the signature A4 ohmi wagyu was quite expectedly, superb! this was japan standard, better than most of the bingo wagyu 丰后和牛we had in kyushu (yufuin, beppu, fukuoka) during our recent trip. it was better than what we had at arossa previously &  about same as the kagoshima wagyu ishiyaki at mikuni. it cost nearly 2x what we paid at arossa (but arossa is closed now & even just prior to closing, palate privileges (50% discount was withdrawn & the wagyu cut was no more on the menu). i ordered the S$16 lava cake because it had good reviews. that was a mistake. it was competent but i think no better than my own lava cake, though i had not done i it lately, must try again! after dinner, we went to the roof terrace outside for the nice night views of MBS & the marina bay. it was windy, there were very few people & it was a very pleasant & brief stop.^^ overall, price was S$193nett (inclusive of a S$20 red wine with no discount) after 50% palate discounts for 2pax, including japanese A4 ohmi wagyu & a whole lobster. for me that was a very good deal. i would certainly come back for both the red lobster & also the ohmi wagyu. it was not quite fine dining yet, but it was overall pretty good & the 2 mains were just awesome!
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• 10 Oct 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Is that Pierre Png at the next table?

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I would never be caught dead in this restaurant simply because of the way it was marketed. "Is that Pierre Png at the next table?" became an instant topic of the ultimate 'FAIL' in marketing effort. Foodies try out restaurants for the star quality of food not solely to see our so called "stars". The hip factor of a place is established in time by word of mouth from the "right" crowd and definitely not by star gazers.

Predjudice aside, I initially cringed when a friend suggested dining at this place but piqued with curiosity, I agreed to try it out and honestly, I had a really good experience. I was impressed with the impeccable service which is far and few between in Singapore, in particular, our server Hai, who not only was eloquent, knew the menu at the back of his hand and was able to make choice recommendations from each of the Japanese, French and Chinese menus.

I had the pan seared foie gras for starters which was beautifully plated and deliciously creamy; and the lamb for mains. This was a little bit tough even though it was medium but the taste was really good with a distinctive smoky flavour. The hendricks G&Ts were uber fab and desserts sinfully rich without being too much of a good thing. The view outside on the balcony was spectacular and it was where we were offered to have our dessert and coffee served.

 I'm not sure I would ask friends to visit just because one could dine in the midst of a mediacorp artiste but I certainly would recommend this place for a nice meal in a quiet, romantic setting.

PS. The PR and marketing company should reposition and salvage what they can of this restaurant's imaging, if not, I don't see its future as being very bright indeed... even with mediacorp's stars shining their brightest. And no, Pierre Png wasn't there that night. Thank heavens for that.
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• 02 Sep 2013 • 47 reviews • 1 follower

what?

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Oops I spoke too soon! Was really impressed the last time we were here. The three chefs and 3 different menus is a cool concept not found anywhere else in Singapore. And the food was good!
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