Michelin Starred Chef Saul Bolton will be in Singapore this July

Saul Bolton 2

In July, food enthusiasts in Singapore will get the chance to sample epicurean masterpieces from Chef Saul Bolton of Saul, New York City from 9 – 13 July. His Michelin-starred restaurant, Saul, has held a Michelin Star rating for eight consecutive years and is listed by the Zagat’s guide as one of the top restaurants in New York City. The brains and heart behind the highly raved restaurant, Chef Bolton believes strongly in supporting (and using) local produce and ensuring that everything from sausages to ice cream are made in-house. His simple yet stunning approach to new-American cuisine kept the crowds and awards coming.

From 9 to 13 July, Chef Saul will share some delicate dishes at The Cliff, a top-notched restaurant perched on a cliff overlooking the South China Sea. It features a show kitchen, cascading water features and a split-level platform built over lush jungle. The Cliff restaurant is an alfresco haven for connoisseurs of exquisite food and fine wines.

The Cliff - View
The Cliff - Interior

Chef Bolton’s decadent dishes will feature unexpected ingredients juxtaposed to create surprising dishes for a refreshing menu.

Baked Alaska
Baked Alaska

Cured Belly Salmon
Cured Belly Salmon

Dry Aged Squab
Dry Aged Squab

Panna Cotta
Panna Cotta

For details, menus and reservations, please visit www.singaporeresortsentosa.com

The Cliff Restaurant
2 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099891
Opening Hours: 6.30pm – 12.00am
Last Order: 10.00pm
Tel: (65) 6371 1425
Reservation Recommended: Yes
Dress Code: Smart Casual

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