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Reflectiff is a stylish gastrobar surrounded by lush foliage located here in Changi City Airport. It has an al fresco dining area that provides a calming yet contemporary environment indulge in tapas and drinks.
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Alfresco dining in Changi Airport!

For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/05/reflectiff.html   RELFECTIFF, which is the first al fresco gastrobar right in our very own Changi Airport! REFLECTIFF have created quite a conducive environment with high backed armchairs and soft ambient light for a relaxing drink and leisure chat with acquaintances.   Charcuterie Plate ($36.00). Serrano Ham, Chorizo, Salami, Queso Manchego, and Multi-Grain Bread. In case you are not aware, this plate is made of beef, so refrain from ordering this if you a non-beef eater. Luckily I am a beef eater and also a lover for it!   Oyster Kilpatrick ($34.00), made up of Bacon Rashers, Bread Crumbs, Cream, Spinach, and Onions. Love and hatred for the Oyster Kilpatrick. Love is because of the sweet crunchy bread crumbs that I can't resist not swallowing every tiny bit of it, and hatred because I'm not a "oyster-nivore".   One of my favorite - New York Cheesecake, encircled with Graham cracker crust and topped with fresh fruits!   REFLECTIFF's finale - Liquid Petite Four ($20.00). If the sequence goes correctly from the left, it should be Grand Marnier, Kahlua, Baileys, and Macchiato.   Basically the best way to drink this, is to combine all 4 together. So, we got an empty cup, and pour a little of each, and drank it. It definitely tastes so much better than we having to sample each of it individually. Do a dare if you like, with your friends!   For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/05/reflectiff.html

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• 14 May 2014 • 144 reviews • 5 followers

Alfresco dining in Changi Airport!

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For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/05/reflectiff.html   RELFECTIFF, which is the first al fresco gastrobar right in our very own Changi Airport! REFLECTIFF have created quite a conducive environment with high backed armchairs and soft ambient light for a relaxing drink and leisure chat with acquaintances.   Charcuterie Plate ($36.00). Serrano Ham, Chorizo, Salami, Queso Manchego, and Multi-Grain Bread. In case you are not aware, this plate is made of beef, so refrain from ordering this if you a non-beef eater. Luckily I am a beef eater and also a lover for it!   Oyster Kilpatrick ($34.00), made up of Bacon Rashers, Bread Crumbs, Cream, Spinach, and Onions. Love and hatred for the Oyster Kilpatrick. Love is because of the sweet crunchy bread crumbs that I can't resist not swallowing every tiny bit of it, and hatred because I'm not a "oyster-nivore".   One of my favorite - New York Cheesecake, encircled with Graham cracker crust and topped with fresh fruits!   REFLECTIFF's finale - Liquid Petite Four ($20.00). If the sequence goes correctly from the left, it should be Grand Marnier, Kahlua, Baileys, and Macchiato.   Basically the best way to drink this, is to combine all 4 together. So, we got an empty cup, and pour a little of each, and drank it. It definitely tastes so much better than we having to sample each of it individually. Do a dare if you like, with your friends!   For more details, please visit http://foodesteem.blogspot.com/2014/05/reflectiff.html
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• 05 May 2014 • 2042 reviews • 261 followers

Light Bites and Drinks at The Airport

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Transiting at the airport and not looking for a full meal? Reflectiff offers light tapas fare in an out of town setting for those looking to be away from the hustle and bustle of life.

Offering both a chic indoor lounge setting and an outdoor "forest" set-up for those who want something more naturistic, start with the Jumborita ($27), a large glass of margarita of which its alcohol effects only kick in much later.

From the menu I tried the following
Charcuterie Plate ($36++) - consistingof Serrano ham, chroizo, salami and served with a slices of multi-grain bread.

Smoked Salmon & Grissini Rolls ($28++)
 Smoked salmon delicately wrapped around grissini rolls served with sour cream, pistachio crunch and balsamic reduction
 
Streaky Scallops ($24++)
Scallops, abiet chewy,  wrapped with bacon, drizzled with herb butter, and served with a side of mixed salad. My favourite though had to be the Oysters Kilpatrick ($34++). Topped with a generous portoin of breadcrumbs, ther version served here is a little different as the oysters are still able to maintain its juices and its seawater flavour with a rich finish of spinach and cream. Tasty indeed.

Whlist it was a meal of light bites, portions are designed to be shared and can be quite hearty.

For those who are just looking to chill, they serve a variety of cakes and desserts to try. For the ladies, there is the lighter Passionfruit Flan Cake. For those looking for something hearty, there is the New York Cheesecake. Finally, for those looking for something to remember (or forget), try the Liquid Petite Fours consisting of Grand Manier, Kahlua, Baileys and Macchiato. Combine it in any fashion and if you cannot make it home, the good thing about being in a hotel is that you can stay overnight.
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