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14 May 2014 • 131 Reviews • 5 Followers

Alfresco dining in Changi Airport!

For more details, please visit   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
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After Work, Ala Carte, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Business Dining, Chillout, Girls Night Out, Hidden Find, Night Out, People Watching, Wine Lists
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