The far-and-wide hunt for the perfect Easter Sunday dining destination concludes with a short stroll through plumes of leaves at the charming locale of Fort Canning. Therein resides Lewin Terrace, a Japanese-French fusion fine-dining restaurant that hopes to gather family and friends this Easter.
With a festive 4-course lunch and 5-course dinner menu that reinvents iconic Easter traditions, guests can bask in an abundance of daylight or revel in the quaint appeal of a colonial style bungalow bedecked with bands of fairy lights at dusk.
Expect a modern interpretation of the perennial classic, Devilled eggs, elevated by Chef de Cuisine Hiroyuki Shinkai, as he showcases dishes like seabream, grilled lamb and foie gras saute imbued with Japanese-French culinary techniques.
The occasion also hands children their own Easter bounty in the form of a special 3-course kids menu, featuring a specially-crafted Omurice, which they will find to resemble an Easter bunny – all the better to create picture-perfect moments this season.
21 Lewin Terrace