Media Tasting at Brothers in Fine Food
Brothers in Fine Food, an affordable halal cafe in the Tampines neighbourhood. It is opened by the same owner of Penny University and Fluff Bakery. Food and dessert can be best portrayed as a blended mix of current European, Mediterranean, North African and heaps of Asian effects. The founders focus a significant measure on creative cooking methodology and food styling. Enjoy feasting at affordable prices and stick to your budget as each dish is priced underneath S$20. Also, not forgetting the friendly customer service at Brothers in Fine Food.
A hearty plate of duck ragout fit for any weekend! The duck ragout comprises of succulent 24 hours pulled smoked duck with firm tagliatelle pasta in tomato cream ragout sauce and basil.
Duck ragout at S$9.
12-hour low temperature braising lamb in spicy tomato reduction and dressed with glazed raisins and Israeli pearl couscous. The lamb meat is off the bones and is extremely tender. Rest assure the district smell when eating lamb is minimized with the spicy tomato reduction.
Lamb Harissa at S$18.
We wanted to order smokeless smoked brisket but was sold out. And was recommended to try sirloin steak with beetroot thyme puree. The steak is sous vide for 1 to 1.5 hours then grilled. Blown by the delicious browning of the outside of the meat, while the steak remains smoky and juice on the inside. However, the tendon tends to be on a more rubbery and flavourless side.
Plated desserts are more common in restaurants and dessert cafes. Don’t be surprised, you can also find beautifully plated desserts here at Brothers in Fine Food. We had a hard time deciding they all looked so good, but went with the Nagasari. Soft consistency caramelised bananas in a sweet gula melaka foam, crunchy sautéed coconut shavings and pandan crumbs all at once.
Nagasari at S$8.
*NO Service charge(10%) and NO GST(7%).
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