OSIA is one of the celebrity chef restaurants at Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), helmed by famous Australian Celebrity Chef Scott Webster with Chef de Cuisine Douglas Tay.
The open-kitchen concept is a prominent feature in the restaurant and this enhances the culinary experience for diners, as they have the pleasure of watching the chefs at work.
As part of the tie-in with RWS’ latest in-house musical LightSeeker, there is a special 4-course LightSeeker Menu available as a pre-theatre dinner:
Some interesting flatbreads were served prior to the start of the meal and they had toppings like Macadamia Pesto and Truffle with Kalamata Olive Sauce. Butter and a garlic “toothpaste” tube dip were served on the side as an accompaniment to the bread. I especially loved the Macadamia Pesto flatbread as it was extremely fragrant and had a nutty bite to it. The one with Truffle was also nice but I felt it was a tad salty.
Polenta Crumbed Foie Gras, with Rhubarb, Beet and Riberry – I’ve always loved the foie gras at Osia as they do it really well with a slightly crisp crust and yet is silky smooth inside.
Emulsion of Field Mushroom, with Kalamata Olive Croutons – The soup appears foamy but is extremely flavourful and I would gladly take another serving if offered. ^_^
Lamb Rump, with Garam Masala Black Dhal and Cucumer Apple Yoghurt – My hubby ordered this as his main course and I tried a slice of the lamb, which was extremely tender.
Air Dried Wagyu Beef Brisket Risotto, with Planed Parmesan – This was my main course and at first glance, it doesn’t look impressive but the risotto is rich and creamy and the thin strips of wagyu complemented the flavours of this dish. There were generous shavings of parmesan but it didn’t overpower the dish. Definitely a satisfying main course!
Valrhona Hot Chocolate Soup, with Sesame Crisp and Black Peppered Ice Cream – This is Osia’s signature dessert which was created by Chef Scott during his days in London. I still can’t get over the idea of ice cream containing black pepper as the key flavour and I don’t really fancy the ice cream on its own, but I have to agree that it does go well with the chocolate soup and the sesame crisp.
Breaking the thin chocolatey crust of the dessert reveals the thick melted chocolate inside. A chocoholic’s delight!!
An extremely satisfying meal but do start your dinner at least 1.5 hours before the show to give yourself ample time to enjoy the food and not having to keep looking at your watch and rush through the meal in order to make it to the show on time.
Thanks to RWS for the invite to this Pre-Theatre Dinner! ^_^
OSIA Restaurant & Bar
World Square, Resorts World at Sentosa, Singapore.
Lunch: 12pm – 3pm (Thu – Tue)
Dinner: 6pm – 10.30pm (Thu – Tue)
Closed on Wed
Direct: +65 6577 6560
Main: +65 6577 8888