SGReview

There isn’t any restaurant in Singapore quite like Cloudstreet. The menu reads like someone threw together a Venn diagram of Sri Lankan, Australian, and European food and just said “Here. Eat it.” Magically, it all works. The set menu at dinner costs more than $150 USD per person, but with unexpected combinations, like venison tartare with fermented plum and pea sorbet with smoked eel and caviar, it’s one of the most unique dinners you can have in the city.

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