Get a taste of sakura at eateries in Singapore

Highlights of the Sakura afternoon tea include sakura scones, sakura Mont Blanc, and cherry blossom panna cotta with sakura jelly. Also available are savoury items such as crabmeat rillettes and ikura, and chorizo pate toast.
Highlights of the Sakura afternoon tea include sakura scones, sakura Mont Blanc, and cherry blossom panna cotta with sakura jelly. Also available are savoury items such as crabmeat rillettes and ikura, and chorizo pate toast. PHOTO: CONRAD CENTENNIAL SINGAPORE
Homegrown luxury tea brand TWG Tea offers a floral green tea with notes of wild Rainier cherry and sweet blossoms (left), while Japanese restaurant Hashida Sushi's chef Kenjiro Hashida highlights the delicate sakura with sakura ebi bamboo charcoal te
Homegrown luxury tea brand TWG Tea offers a floral green tea with notes of wild Rainier cherry and sweet blossoms (left), while Japanese restaurant Hashida Sushi's chef Kenjiro Hashida highlights the delicate sakura with sakura ebi bamboo charcoal tempura topped with sakura salt.PHOTOS: TWG TEA, HASHIDA SUSHI

SINGAPORE - Sakura season in Japan has started and if you are unable to travel there to enjoy the beauty of the cascading cherry blossoms, you can have a taste of the flower in Singapore.

Eateries are rolling out all things pretty in cherry blossom pink, from mille crepe to tofu. And in celebration of spring, restaurants are also featuring seasonal ingredients in their menus.

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