Pluck has its eyes all set on our most familiar memories, bringing together layers of flavours we all love – both the familiar and not-so-familiar. Plus is breaking boundaries, and creating the unexpected. You are in for a gastronomical experience here at pluck as they bring a new lease of life to our local favourites.
For all my foie gras fans, this is an exceptionally great one. Foie Gras with Chicken Floss ($ 18) is smooth and creamy, the foie gras is elevated by the saltiness of the chinese rou song (chicken floss). The sweet and mildly spicy yellow mustard cuts through the richness of the foie gras, leaving you wanting more.
A thai-inspired, mod-sin imaginative twist to our local cereal prawn/fish/sotong/chicken dish, the Tom Yum Cereal Salmon ($ 28) was perfectly cooked. It is so tender, and flakes off easily with the slightest pressure applied. The fish is pink in the middle, and you just know that this is a superbly done salmon before even eating it. I felt the spicy and tangy tones of the tom yum were not loud enough though. While the cereal bits acted as a nice crust for the salmon, they could be more buttery and crunchy.
Pluck has raised the bar and redefined what it means to be a gastrobar. Don’t just stop at the tapas – let your tastebuds go wild with their kickass cocktails too.
For the love of good food and good beer, here’s to a plucking good time at pluck! Cheers!
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