Artemis, a sky-high dining concept in Singapore offering Mediterraneaninspired flavours, now introduces a new Spring menu, featuring fresh, seasonal produce, designed to be devoured alone or shared with company.
On the corner of Cecil and Cross streets atop Singapore’s iconic green landmark, the CapitaGreen building perched upon the 40th floor and flaunting a 15,000 square foot Sky Forest, Artemis is the latest addition to the Singapore skyline; it was one of only two locations in Asia included in BBC’s recent article featuring ‘Ten Of The World’s Most Incredible Rooftops’.
Here Chef Fernando Arevalo takes diners on a journey of flavours using only the freshest, heirloom produce from artisan suppliers who share the restaurant’s commitment to quality and sustainability. Artemis also prides itself in only utilising meats that are grass-fed and hormone-free, sustainably sourced seafood, as well as having a wide selection of vegetarian and gluten-free options, catering to a wide customer base.
From April 2017, Artemis will be introducing a new seasonal menu, featuring ingredients which are harvested in Spring. Diners can expect fresh and unique dishes, such as the Braised Wagyu Beef Cheeks (Leeks, Snow Peas, Beetroot Dumplings, Red Wine – $42) and the Japanese Hamachi (Wild Arugula Rub, Pickled Ramps, Artichoke Poivrade, Crispy Duck – $48).
Braised Wagyu Beef Cheeks – Leeks, Snow Peas, Beetroot Dumplings, Red Wine ($42)
Vegetarians can enjoy an equally wide selection, such as the Grafitti Eggplant Soup (Braised Turnip, Sautéed Wild Ramps, Vegetable Comsommé – $22), Homemade Raviole (Wild Mushrooms, Brillat Savarin, Organic Yolk, White Asparagus, Brown Butter Ice Cream, Parmesan – $28), Sylvain Erhardt (Comté fondant, Pimento Pepper, Macadamia Nuts – $26) and the Beetroot Gnocchi (Celeriac, Snow Peas, Brussels Sprout Leaves, Breakfast Radish, Basil, Feta, Walnuts – $32), a healthy combination even non-vegetarians are sure to relish.
Homemade Raviole – Wild Mushrooms, Brillat Savarin, Organic Yolk, White Asparagus, Brown Butter Ice Cream, Parmesan ($28)
Beetroot Gnocchi – Celeriac, Snow Peas, Brussels Sprout Leaves, Breakfast Radish, Basil, Feta, Walnuts ($32)
No meal is complete without that mindblowing dessert you just can’t get enough of. Chef Arevalo tests diners’ sense of adventure with three new tantalizing desserts – the Grand Cru Chocolate Ganache (Banana Cream, Coconut Sorbet, Salted Sesame Crumble – $18), who’s perfectly sweet-salty balance leaves you wanting just one more bite, the Dome Aux Fraises (Gariguette Strawberries, Raspberry Mousse, Macademia Nuts, Rose Vinegar Ice Cream – $22), and the Panchineta (Vanilla Crème Pâtissière, Peach, Shiso Leaf & Apricot Ice Cream, Cogniac Flambé – $26).
Grand Cru Chocolate Ganache – Banana Cream, Coconut Sorbet, Salted Sesame Crumble ($18)
Artemis’s 350-bin wine list features a superb selection of wines from all corners of the globe, the newest additions being from Slovenia and Lebanon. From the Domaine Siringa (Slovenia) to the Chateau Musar (Lebanon), there is something for everyone.
Level 40, 138 Market Street, Singapore 048946
Nearest MRT is Raffles Place.
Mondays to Fridays – 11.30am until late
Mondays to Saturdays – 6.00pm until late
Sundays – Closed
For more details, please visit artemisgrill.com.sg