01 June 2016 - 31 December 2016
Savour the flavour of nostalgia as you partake of the new "Fullerton Monumental Menu" created in commemoration of the gazette of The Fullerton Hotel as Singapore's 71st National Monument.
Drawing inspiration from the building's rich heritage and its surrounding historical district, Chef Leong Chee Yeng's 6-course dinner menu creations bring to mind the facet of Singapore's history.
Some highlights of the menu include “河畔小調” (By the Riverside), which draws reference from the Singapore River; the lifeline of Singapore in the early days. A sea of activities once took place at the riverside where bumboats and tongkangs plied the banks, against a backdrop of merchants trading, workers toiling and children playing. The dish consists of Singapore’s favourite Chilli Crab Meat with Mini “Man Tou”, paired with Stir-fried Morning Glory with Baby Squid in Fermented Bean Curd and Deep-fried Spring Onion Crispy Prawn.
“石情石美” (Beauty in Stone) is inspired by the timeless quality of the majestic Fullerton Building. Built as a palatial Neo-classical structure, the Fullerton Building was constructed from grey Aberdeen granite. The dish is aptly named as Braised Abalone and Deep-fried Fish Maw stuffed with Shrimp Paste in Rich Broth served on Stone Ware.
The “Fullerton Monumental Menu” is available at $88++** per person, subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes; from 6.30 p.m. to 11 p.m.