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(Closed) Seasons Bistro

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Address: #01-11/12, TripleOne Somerset, 111 Somerset Road, 238164

Located within the heart of Orchard at Triple One Somerset, Seasons Bistro believes that seasonal food not only tastes better but also offers better value for diners. The seasonally-changing menus draw inspiration from a myriad of cuisines in the Americas and are complemented by creative cocktails, craft beers and boutique wines. Helming the kitchen of Seasons Bistro is Executive Chef Benjamin Fong who has been mentored in Toronto, Canada, by award-winning chefs like Samuel Glass and Keith Kowalski. Participating in the inaugural Sustainable Seafood Festival 2014, Seasons Bistro will be highlighting a special menu featuring sustainable creations to express the importance of sustainability and conservation to diners.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 00:00

Fri: 11:00 - 02:00

Sat: 10:00 - 02:00

Sun: 10:00 - 00:00

+65 68365841
$34 based on 21 submissions
After Work (7 votes), Chillout (6 votes), Business Dining (5 votes)
5

The mother of all MEATLOAFS !

Being a North American moving to Asia, you tend to miss loads of home / comfort cooked meals. I've been back to Seasons since my last review for brunches, lunches and more dinners, this place has really impressed me loads. Great food and service !
 
 Now being in their Autumn menu, they've introduced a meatloaf. Not something you see everyday on a main menu of any restaurant here in the US let alone ASIA !
 
 Seriously, it's not something very tricky to make. If my mother can make it, i'm sure any professional chef would be able to make it better, and they DID !! A nice slab of pork and sausage, homemade gravy, maple bacon & mash ! Did i mention maple bacon ?!
 
 I would once again recommend this place to new diners and for people who wants to understand American cooking at it's best !

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• 12 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

pre-Christmas dinner with gf

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Went dinner with girl friend at seasons after seeing good comments on this restaurant. To my disappointment, truffle fries were soft, grilled salmon was "burnt" with salmon skin black and bitter taste. Thank goodness our last main which is the pasta still consider pretty ok. Will be our first and last visit to this restaurant....
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The management of Seasons Bistro responded to this review:
09 Jan 2015
Dear Marie Ong,

We are sad to read you had a bad experience at our restaurant. Do not hesitate to contact me personally and I'll do my best to make it up to you.

Best regards,
Thomas
• 07 Dec 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

The mother of all MEATLOAFS !

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Being a North American moving to Asia, you tend to miss loads of home / comfort cooked meals. I've been back to Seasons since my last review for brunches, lunches and more dinners, this place has really impressed me loads. Great food and service !
 
 Now being in their Autumn menu, they've introduced a meatloaf. Not something you see everyday on a main menu of any restaurant here in the US let alone ASIA !
 
 Seriously, it's not something very tricky to make. If my mother can make it, i'm sure any professional chef would be able to make it better, and they DID !! A nice slab of pork and sausage, homemade gravy, maple bacon & mash ! Did i mention maple bacon ?!
 
 I would once again recommend this place to new diners and for people who wants to understand American cooking at it's best !
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• 03 Dec 2014 • 23 reviews • 1 follower

Great food, value is pretty good

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Have had lunch and dinner here recently.

Lunch was outstanding value and great quality. I chose for my starter chicken skewers which were succulent and flavourful. The main was maple glazed salmon which had a novel note. The pièce de résistance was the pie of the day - pecan pie with vanilla ice cream. It was a generous portion chock full of pecans and bursting with pecan flavour, and the ice cream was pretty good.

For dinner I tasted the chicken caesar salad and the soup of the day (parsnip soup). The chicken caesar salad was possibly the best I've ever had - the chicken was warm (a first) and plentiful, it used generously large pieces of real crispy bacon and the vegetable mix was fresh and varied (not boring iceberg lettuce, no). The 6 minute egg was interesting, though I'm not quite a fan of eggs done this way (except with ramen). The soup was tasty - parsnip is very unusual in Singapore. The only flaw was the slice of toast on top was a little old.

The mains were surf and turf gumbo and pork tenderloin. The pork tenderloin was moist and tender, and served with a delicious sauce on top. It was served with a tasty guacamole with what seemed to be kidney beans inside. Only downside was the corn pancake below was a little flavourless. The gumbo was alright - spicy without having the full flavour kick a gumbo is capable of having. However it was generous with ingredients, with 4 medium-sized prawns. I liked the chow chow (pickled relish) thrown in too - it added a sweet/sour note of contrast to the rest of the gumbo.

Dessert was pecan pie with ice cream (reviewed above) and carrot cake. The carrot cake was pretty good and moist.

The place is slightly pricey if you're not having a lunch set (which is fantastic value) but you get what you pay for. I like it so much I'll be having brunch there soon - eating there for the third time in two weeks. They have a privilege card where you can topup and get bonus credit so that helps.
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