Don't be fooled, but this is the moniker of Chef de Cuisine Quentin Pereira of Quentin's Eurasian Restaurant in Singapore. You sometimes wonder how he remains so trim and slim in spite of the deliciously wonderful Kristang dishes he whips up in the kitchen! Starting with his original restaurant located in the Eastern part of Singapore Quentin has upped the ante and just recently opened Quentin's Bar & Restaurant housed in the newly refurbished Mess Hall next to Village Hotel on Sentosa. It's obvious that much thought has been spent on the decor as it oozes classy colonial charm in shades of dark greys blacks and whites - very befitting for a restaurant with Asian and European heritage. And of course the food did not disappoint - in Quentin's skillful hands, trademark classic Eurasian dishes are prepared to perfection and you are always wanting more. I was part of a private party when I was there, but I went through their menu and the must try dishes would be their classics like Fried Devilled Wings, Singgang Serani, Galinhia Keluak Curry and of course the all time favourite Debal Curry. And no meal would be complete without their mouth-watering desserts of Sugee Cake and Banana Fritters served with goodness-gratifying gula melaka ice cream. All in all Quentin's is the perfect place to bring your friends, family, overseas guests and even for those on their first dates, there are very cosy 2 seater tables for that romantic dinner.