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Try Out Some Chill Crab Ice Cream And Other Local Food Delicacies Made Into Fine Food

We’ve tried all sorts of weird combos of food, or even heard of it but this time it gets much weirder, but creative!

It’s insane the lengths people go to, to be different by producing uncommon food that you never thought could be possible to be eaten as a combo with another type of food. But this restaurant known as Labyrinth in Singapore Esplanade Mall has yet the most unique and epic experimental dishes out there. They even earned themselves one Michelin star just recently.

If you’ve gone fine dining, you’ll probably know that delicacies of food are served in small portions but is beautifully dressed before serving. It’s the same here, but Labyrinth created their own spin of food using local dishes and here are some of their creations:

 

1. Chilli Crab Ice-Cream 

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Source: Vulcan Post

WEIRD RIGHT? I know! This dish caught the attention of locals such as Malaysians and Singaporeans when they heard about the chilli crab ice-cream. Like who eats these things?! The ice cream is made up of cold, creamy, chilli crab paste that taste sour and spicy. It is served with sweet steamed buns and deep fried soft shell crab and is topped with Keng Eng Kee’s signature Chilli Crab sauce. Woah, that’s amazingly thought off well!

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They also have other dishes such as:

2. Cendol xiao long bao 

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Source: sg.asia

OMG SO CUTE! We can’t even imagine how it taste like.

3. Cristal De Chine Caviar with Kaya and Caramelised Toast

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Source: The Peak

Roti bakar looking so fine?! Woah this is amazing. This dish is created by Chef Han, whom owns Labrynth and he shared about this dish to The Peak saying, “The caviar replicates the flavour of salted butter whilst the kaya ice cream is made from raw gula jawa sourced from Indonesia. The toast is sourced from Sin Hon Loong Bakery in Whampoa and the dish is finished with a soya-sauce cured egg yolk sauce.”

There are more dishes they have to offer that is insanely amazing, and if you’re in Singapore, you should try it out! If you have, then share with us your experience.

 

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