What’s the hype: The Flavours of The Fullerton Heritage is back for the second year by popular demand, which features specially curated menus from 11 restaurants at The Fullerton Hotel (Town Restaurant, Jade, Post Bar, The Courtyard, The Lighthouse), The Fullerton Bay Hotel (The Landing Point, La Brasserie, The Clifford Pier), and The Fullerton Heritage (Catalunya, The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill, Palm Beach Seafood Restaurant).
When: For a limited time from 2 to 12 September
What’s the deal: Enjoy Set Lunches at $35* and Set Dinners at $58* per person across all the 11 restaurants
The Panda Experience: I had a preview of the set lunch at The Landing Point within The Fullerton Bay Hotel, which is a three-course set comprising of a starter, mains and dessert. I opted for the Traditional French Onion soup with Gruyere Cheese Croutons, which was a good start as it was rich yet not too salty like most French Onion soups around.Mains is a choice between the Duck Confit or the Pan-Roasted Salmon. The Salmon dish hit all the right notes. The salmon skin was especially crispy, while the fish was cooked to the right texture and degree as well. The best compliment is undoubtedly the Saffron Sauce, which further enriched the overall flavour of the dish.
You get to choose their Signature Duck Confit too, which came out pleasantly good with the crisp skin and not-overly-dry meats. Although I will appeal to you to stick to the Salmon, have never been a fan of Duck Confit.
Desserts wise, if there is one rant about the Lemon Meringue Tart with Raspberry Fruit Coulis, I found the portion too huge as the sweet ending. Otherwise, it was a decently done Lemon Tart with a good balance of sweet and sour elements with a crispy base.
The Landing Point
The Fullerton Bay Hotel
80 Collyer Quay
Tel: +65 6333 8388
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Ranted by the Ranter and Rantee