Upscale restaurants sprout casual offshoots

(Clockwise from top left) Straw-smoked Hokkaido scallops by Miyoshi, Nordic brasserie food served at Brasserie Astoria, and chefs Mano Thevar and Sun Kim, who are opening casual restaurant Tambi. PHOTOS: MIYOSHI, FRANTZEN GROUP, BT FILE
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SINGAPORE – Accolades, awards, stars – these restaurants have them. And now, Fat Cow, Restaurant Zen, Thevar and Meta Restaurant are sprouting casual offshoots.

Investment company Commonwealth Capital, which is behind Fat Cow, the fine-dining wagyu restaurant in Camden Medical Centre, has opened Miyoshi by Fat Cow on Sentosa. It serves ramen, teppanyaki and sushi, among other offerings.

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