31 Oct '11, 3am

The Garden of Eden combines progressive cuisine with old school influences. #sgfood #sg #singapore #restaurant #food

The Garden of Eden combines progressive cuisine with old school influences. #sgfood #sg #singapore #restaurant #food

Must try: Pork belly, King fish, Jelly n Ice The Garden of Eden is described in the Bible’s book of Genesis as the place where Adam and Eve lived after they were created by God. Biblical connotations aside, The Garden of Eden in question is anything but. Housed in a shophouse at the intersection of Neil Road and Cantonment Road, The Garden of Eden is the latest modern European restaurant to open in Singapore. And belying its elusive black swathed façade and straight forward monochromatic interior is an unconventional cuisine brandished by a somewhat eccentric chef of British-Indian heritage, Tim Ross-Watson. “The cuisine here is progressive,” says Ross-Watson, the former chef of Wine Garage who learnt his chops from London’s Michelin-starred dining institutions including Gordon Ramsay’s. “My creations are inspired by memories and I use a combination of old school influence...

Full article: http://food.insing.com/feature/the-garden-of-eden-gets-pr...

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