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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

Lounge
Mon to Fri: 18:00 - 00:00

Closed: Sun & PH

$142 based on 6 submissions
Dominic Teo2

Is that Pierre Png at the next table?

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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10 Oct 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Is that Pierre Png at the next table?

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.
02 Sep 2013 • 47 reviews • 1 follower

what?

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!
Japanese Trio
29 Aug 2013 • 1909 reviews • 258 followers

Good Food, Nice Setting

Located at OUE, I had the chance to make a booking for lunch recently. With three different chefs preparing French, Japanese and Chinese dishes, there is bound to be something for everyone.  Lunch at ME@OUE offers a chance to try the food of the different chefs at set menu prices.

For my visit, I started with the Japanese trio of raw scallop, chilled tomato and a raw prawn. The starter was light and refreshing.

I also got a chance to try the seared scallop from the French menu. Paired with cuts of mango, there was a pleasant sweet finish.

For my main course I had the bouillabaise from the French menu. The soup had a strong fish mix with the use of red snapper and cod.

From the Japanese menu the sushi of salmon, scallop, swordfish, tuna, salmon roe  tasted fresh, although I wished fresh wasabi was used.

Finally for dessert I went with the Rum Baba. Paired with vanilla ice cream, it was an ideal light way to end the meal.

Overall, food was well prepared, service was above average and the setting a nice setting with lots of natural light and a view.
25 Aug 2013 • 33 reviews • 12 followers

ME Want!

Located at Marina Bayfront, where there's a number of hip places that had pop out, this restaurant deliver a stunning view of the area. I was expecting celebrities there as advertise on TV and its a collaboration between OUE/Food Junction & TCS. I wasmt disappointed and I saw Bobby Tonelli! This restaurant offer you 3 different types of menu - Chinese / French / Japanese. So if you are bringing your date and you are not sure what cuisine your date would like that day...This is the perfect place to go. And with their renowned chef (French & Japanese with one Michelin star), surely be spoilt with choices. We ordered a mixture of all the three menu and it matches well. One of the Hip Restaurant you must visit. Must TRY!