We were recently paid a visit from Singapore by David and Chor Phan. To celebrate the cool season we dined at the 18th floor rooftop restaurant/nightspot called Zense, located at Central World Plaza on top of the Zen department store.
There are several different restaurants that provide food for Zense so you can order from a combined menu and then your server coordinates the orders from each of the restaurants. Service was good and the food, while a little pricey (which one would expect from a rooftop restaurant), was pretty good for the money. A fun place to enjoy the cool weather and take in the lights of the city.
Here’s a selection of some of the dishes we had:
Assorted appetizers: spicy shrimps, crab cakes, baked oysters and smoked salmon.
Bacon-wrapped sweet potato French fries! Yummy…
Tawn’s obento box unagi, grilled and glazed eel. He said it was very tasty.
Australian sirloin marinated in a Thai-style lemongrass and citrus marinade, grilled medium rare and served with spicy chili and fish sauce dipping sauce. A contemporary take on a classic northeastern Thai dish.
Sticky rice (three colors) with mango.
Mixed berries tart.