Restaurant review: Basque Kitchen by Aitor in Amoy Street whips up creative dishes

The Oxtail Bomba Rice, at Basque Kitchen by Aitor, a month-old restaurant helmed by ex-Iggy's chef Aitor Jeronimo Orive.
The Oxtail Bomba Rice, at Basque Kitchen by Aitor, a month-old restaurant helmed by ex-Iggy's chef Aitor Jeronimo Orive. PHOTO: UNLISTED COLLECTION
The Amoy Street restaurant is the latest addition to The Unlisted Collection of restaurants owned by Mr Loh Lik Peng.
The Amoy Street restaurant is the latest addition to The Unlisted Collection of restaurants owned by Mr Loh Lik Peng.PHOTO: UNLISTED COLLECTION

SINGAPORE - The good thing about chefs leaving fine-dining establishments to join more casual eateries is that you get to enjoy their culinary skills at lower prices.

That is certainly the case with Basque Kitchen by Aitor, a month-old restaurant helmed by ex-Iggy's chef Aitor Jeronimo Orive. The Amoy Street restaurant is the latest addition to The Unlisted Collection of restaurants owned by Mr Loh Lik Peng, and takes over the space vacated by Blackwattle, which was also under the group.

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