17 Apr '15, 8pm

Food picks: Mussels specials #Singapore

Food picks: Mussels specials #Singapore

Singapore is celebrating its 50th year of independence and restaurants are getting into the spirit. Brussels Sprouts has introduced SG50 Mussels Specials, featuring one Asian-inspired sauce starting this month. I love this month's Nonya Mussels. The shellfish swim in a piquant broth of tamarind, chilli paste, shallots and ginger. The best part is digging into the buah keluak nuts. Rice would be great as an accompaniment, but you can always smear the black, pungent paste on the fries that come with each order. A starter portion of mussels, with 350g of the shellfish, costs $20 and a main course one, with 750g of the shellfish, costs $40. Until the end of December, there is a $50 deal for one main and one starter-sized portion. One of the pots must include an offering from the SG50 Mussels Specials or an Asian sauce from the regular menu. Next month, tuck into Crab & Mussels...

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