Pastry chef Janice Wong opens Chinese restaurant at National Museum

Singapore's poster girl for desserts, chef Janice Wong, will open her eponymous flagship restaurant at the National Museum Singapore on Wednesday.

The 1,500 sq ft restaurant will feature savoury modern Chinese dishes that focus on the use of flour.

For example, her Signature 5 ($15) features assorted dumplings made with blended flour to produce crystal, elastic, transparent, matte and crispy skin.

Other dishes include Whimsical Hats brewed in tea ($22); and crispy charcoal noodles, collagen broth and mushroom paper ($22).

Above: Crispy charcoal noodles, collagen broth and mushroom paper (Photo: JaniceWong Singapore)

Fans of her signature desserts from 2am:dessertbar can have their fill of her contemporary creations such as Chocolate H20 ($22); Cassis Plum($24); and Strawberry Caprese ($24).

Her classic desserts include Tsujiriheigreen tea tart ($20).

You can also take home her confectionery creations, which include mochi ($3); chocolate paint ($15,$40 for a set of three); and edible toys.

Where: National Museum Singapore, 93 Stamford Road, 01-06

Open: 10am to 11pm (Monday to Thursday), 10 to 1am (Friday to Sunday)

Info: Call 9712-5338, go to janicewong.com.sg or e-mail info@janicewong.com.sg


This article was first published on August 14, 2016.
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