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Me@OUE

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Address: Rooftop, OUE Bayfront, 50 Collyer Quay, 049321

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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

+65 6884 6884
+65 66344555
$111 based on 8 submissions
Anniversary (3 votes), Business Dining (3 votes)
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Excellent food and service but you pay for it

Precise, interesting (lamb sweetbreads in Singapore? awesome!) French cooking, and very good salted egg langoustines on the Chinese side. Haven't tried the Japanese menu. There are heavy (prime rib, $180 for 2) as well as light (turbot in sauce au pistou) options. The French menu is definitely fusion; my family disapproved of putting mango and bergamot in the sacrosanct vacherin, but it's good fusion, that you actually want to eat, not just trying to be trendy.
 
 The view is pretty good, from the inside as well as from the balcony - not quite Level33 or the Swissotel, but perfect for the MBS light show.
 
 Service was attentive, incredibly polite, and fast, always with a smile.
 
 Prices were harder to stomach. $60 for turbot! With the Amex Platinum 50% off ALC deal, this is excellent value; without, it's still worth a visit, as you get what you pay for, but don't expect a deal. The cellar looked great, but at $20 a glass, I didn't bother. Can't blame them for Singapore wine prices though...
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• 22 Jun 2015 • 13 reviews • 0 follower

Excellent food and service but you pay for it

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Precise, interesting (lamb sweetbreads in Singapore? awesome!) French cooking, and very good salted egg langoustines on the Chinese side. Haven't tried the Japanese menu. There are heavy (prime rib, $180 for 2) as well as light (turbot in sauce au pistou) options. The French menu is definitely fusion; my family disapproved of putting mango and bergamot in the sacrosanct vacherin, but it's good fusion, that you actually want to eat, not just trying to be trendy.
 
 The view is pretty good, from the inside as well as from the balcony - not quite Level33 or the Swissotel, but perfect for the MBS light show.
 
 Service was attentive, incredibly polite, and fast, always with a smile.
 
 Prices were harder to stomach. $60 for turbot! With the Amex Platinum 50% off ALC deal, this is excellent value; without, it's still worth a visit, as you get what you pay for, but don't expect a deal. The cellar looked great, but at $20 a glass, I didn't bother. Can't blame them for Singapore wine prices though...
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• 13 Jun 2015 • 288 reviews • 1 follower

Wonderful Evening, Good Friend, Sumptuous Dinner

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ee my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/06/10/wonderful-evening-good-friend-sumptuous-dinner-me-oue-on-9jun2015/

had a wonderful dinner with a close friend at me@oue on 9.6.2015. ^^ we were booked for 6.30pm, so great views of MBS & marina bay before nightfall. we had a great table right by the window. anyway, you can just walk outside to the terrace, and marina bay front opens up before you!^^  we started with warm squid ink brioche. i had mine broken into bite size pieces before i remembered & assembled them for the photo. haha!there was a soothing table decor. we decided to order japanese ohmi wagyu A4 striploin to share & a red lobster each. so was picking an appetiser to share. i already had the tuna tartare the last time here. we settled on a scallop carpaccio served on some veloute topped with caviar. must say the scallop carpaccio was top grade sashimi, very sweet & tasty. there were 5 slices. the veloute was good too. the red lobster, which was done chilli crab style arrived, together with deep-fried man tou. surprised, i pointed out to the server that the last time i had the red lobster here, it was a full lobster & not 1/2 lobster. he replied that indeed it was a full lobster & he had it split for us so that each of use was served a 1/2 lobster on individual plate instead of sharing it with 1 man tou. so the server misunderstood our order, quite understandably. we were very pleased with the excellent service. likewise he split for us the ohmi A4 wagyu striploin, done the recommended medium rare. ^^ wagyu was 200g, so after split, it was still a sizeable portion, served separately with sides (jalapeño chilli, leek, king oyster mushroom, cherry tomato) & 4 dip sauces. excellent food, superb service! ohmi is among the top 3 japanese wagyu, the other 2 being matsuzaka & kobe. it was very nicely marbled & flavourful, excellent grilling & medium rare. most enjoyable! we wondered about ordering a second red lobster as initially intended. lobster was nice, still chilli crab style was not my favourite & it was a large lobster (maybe 650g), so 1/2 was a big enough portion & the “mistake” suited us well, probably wouldn’t want a second order. we picked through the menu with the very helpful & professional server, and decided on the lobster risotto. the risotto was excellently al dente. the crustacean stock was very tasty & intense but a tad too salty.   for myself, i prefer the crustacean stock to be tempered with vegetable stock to give much more balanced sweet flavours. lobster was plentiful. i believe they did use a full lobster & split into 1/2 & served individually to us. we had a great time watching the laser display & music by MBS & the great views from the terrace. dinner was S$195 after 50% amex palate discounts for 2, for such an excellent meal with 2 lobsters, ohmi wagyu & scallops carpaccio in wonderful company. be back for more!^^
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• 14 Feb 2015 • 288 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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