Restaurant Review

Restaurant Review: It is fun to eat at Zen in Bukit Pasoh

Zen's offerings include its take on French toast, sourdough bread filled with onion stew and covered with shavings of black truffle (above), and blue lobster with crispy koshihikari rice, yuzu pepper, clarified butter emulsion and sansho leaf (left).
Zen's offerings include its take on French toast, sourdough bread filled with onion stew and covered with shavings of black truffle (above), and blue lobster with crispy koshihikari rice, yuzu pepper, clarified butter emulsion and sansho leaf .PHOTO: ZEN
Zen's offerings include its take on French toast, sourdough bread filled with onion stew and covered with shavings of black truffle (above), and blue lobster with crispy koshihikari rice, yuzu pepper, clarified butter emulsion and sansho leaf (left).
Zen's offerings include its take on French toast, sourdough bread filled with onion stew and covered with shavings of black truffle, and blue lobster with crispy koshihikari rice, yuzu pepper, clarified butter emulsion and sansho leaf (above).PHOTO: ZEN

Dinner is in three stages from the ground floor to the third, dishes are plated table-side with staff cracking jokes and, yes, the food is good

When a restaurant opens with just one eight-course tasting menu that, at $450, is one of the most expensive in town, you would expect it to be good.

Zen, which opened last month in the narrow three-storey building formerly occupied by Restaurant Andre in Bukit Pasoh Road, does not disappoint.

Please or to continue reading the full article. Learn more about ST PREMIUM.

Enjoy unlimited access to ST's best work

  • Exclusive stories and features on multiple devices
  • In-depth analyses and opinion pieces
  • ePaper and award-winning multimedia content
A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on December 23, 2018, with the headline 'It's fun to eat at Zen'. Print Edition | Subscribe