Sunday, 8 May 2016

Horizon Bistronomy ~ French Restaurant ~

Horizon Bistronomy is a French restaurant located at Punggol Settlement, where also known to house several seafood restaurants at the lower storey.

Chef having a vast culinary experience from numerous reputable restaurants, no doubt the food that are served to the tables are delicacies.

Horizon Bistronomy has limited indoor and outdoor seatings, similar like other restaurants at Punggol Settlement. Luckily, reservation can be made and accommodating a big group is not an issue at all.

Horizon Bistronomy's menu consists of a basic three-course meal with starters, mains, and desserts. Although there ain't pages and pages to flip through, but the items in the menu are already fantastic.

Well, if you are beef-lover like me, there is selection in the menu specialized for beef steaks. But none of us ordered any steak that night.

*photos are taken with Sony Xperia Z3

First starter we had was the Horizon's Chilled Crab Meat Angel Hair ($11.90). It has jumbo crab meat, ikura, and golden tobiko which makes the entire starter an excellent start indeed for the mains. When this starter came, it actually reminds me of a similar representation of Concetto Pasta by Concetto.

Another great starter to have is the French Foie Gras ($14.90). Basically a pan-seared French foie gras served with chardonnay vinegar pear compote, pear puree & tea infused pear. I love the plate display with its dazzling array of colors, and taste of the soft foie gras is marvelous too.

Horizon's Duo of Pork ($25.90), is a dish that has been patiently braised for 24 hours on the pork belly and sous vide kurobuta pork tenderloin. Adding on to the plate are roasted cauliflower puree, miso infused grilled daikon, and grape mustard and pork jus.

Just imagining how the knife glided through the pork belly has got me hungry. The juicy meats that has already absorbed the sauce, made the already tender pork even more irresistible.

Duck Leg Confit ($26.90). Crispy skin for the Duck Leg Confit served with butternut pumpkin puree, sauteed corn and cucumber ragout & with blood orange emulsion.

It's crispy skin wraps around the tender duck meat, giving it a wonderful taste.

Spice Chicken ($21.90). O-shaped mushroom risotto, which on top lays seared chicken with a house blend of spice powder, as well as with grilled leeks and oyster mushroom.

Although its spices, it's just to enhance the overall taste of the chicken, thus the spiciness level is never a concern.

Chorizo Crusted Chilean Sea Bass ($30.90). Chorizo crumbs topped on the 130g of Chilean Sea Bass, and served with bonito stock, sauteed oyster mushroom.

A thin streak of crispy bacon comes along with the food, but the highlight is still the sea bass. The fish is super fresh as every bit I had is almost silky soft.

Horizon Bistronomy has delicious food and situated in a corner of Singapore, the view overlooking Johor Straits can make the entire atmosphere relaxing especially when its with your close friends.

The price we paid for is a expensive, especially for the small food portion. But if you take it as paying for the quality than quantity, then Horizon Bistronomy is definitely a place to visit. In addition, Horizon Bistronomy also accept bookings for private and corporate functions!

Accept Reservation: Yes

Horizon Bistronomy

3 Punggol Point Road
#02-04 The Punggol Settlement
Singapore 828694

Tel: (65) 6702 2855

Opening Hours
Mon - Thurs: 1800 - 2300 hours
Fri - Sat: 1800 - 2330 hours
Sun: 1200 - 1500 hours
         1800 - 2300 hours

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