We ordered the Absinthe dinner menu consisting of Yellowtail Kingfish carpaccio, lobster bisque, foie gras, roasted black cod(or you can choose wagyu beef cheeks) and creme brulee. Portions, prices and services are of reasonable/passable standards. Execution of the dishes are ok, ingredients are fresh, dont really have impressive or memorable ones other than it's the worst creme brulee I've ever eaten. In fact, the most outstanding feature of Absinthe is the decor and ambiance. Plush sofas, rustic brick walls, romantic orange lightings, spells romance and intimacy. It will be great for first dates etc. So it's still worth a visit. But it's not a place which will blow you away if you're a french food connoisseur or a picky eater.
Detailed reviews of various dishes and pictures at http://littlechillipadi89.blogspot.sg/2013/11/5th-anniversary-dinner-at-absinthe-boat.html
Disclaimer: This is solely my personal opinion and it doesnt mean the food are substandard just because I wasnt satisfied nor impressed with some. I'm a very picky eater. You're entitled to your own different views, so do I and this is not personal. Thanks)
I spent $125 per person.
- I also recommend this place for:
- Romance/First Dates
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