On lovely Ann Siang hill. Not the cheapest, but even the less expensive kaiseki ($188 each) was a succession of fresh, well-presented, and moresome (though by the end one would definitely not feel famished) dishes. Nothing particularly novel or conceptual, but for a dependable meal in an intimate setting perfect for small groups one could definitely do far worse.
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