Macaron is a stylish new dessert restaurant offering prix fixe menus for both afternoon tea (weekends) and dinner only.
Not dissimilar to internationally reowned dessert restaurants like Espai Sucre (Barcelona) and Room 4 Dessert (New York), Macaron is a proper sit-down restaurant and not just an “after dinner” destination. The 32-seater dining room was designed around the idea of an imaginary landscape composed of abstracted silhouettes of trees and castle forms. In an almost magical like setting, it relates to the focus of the restaurant – that of desserts, which is all about pleasure and sweet encounters.
For a 4-course dinner set, you pay S$38.00 for 1 appetizer (choose either Pulpo, Olive Oil Cake, Pan Con Tomate or King Salmon Tartare), 1 dessert amuse (“Virgin Mary” sorbet, Poached Vanilla Citrus Pear, Chocolate sorbet, Flambe Banana, “Sunny Side Up” or Frozen Kalamansi Chibouste) 1 dessert glass & 1 petit four.
And if you can, you have an option of going for 6 course (S$55.00), 9 course (S$80.00) or 15 course (S$125.00). You can also go for their hi-tea set (S$28.00+++) or simply go a-la-carte.
Check their website for more details on the menu and please keep in mind that this is a dessert restaurant, so don’t expect a lot of meat dishes/salad.
Bon appetit! And remember my favourite motto: “Life is short, eat your desserts first!” 😀