A preview of Table at 7

Intensity

I was invited, along with Antonio of Foodie-ah, by Eugenia Ong to take photos for use on their web site. I readily agreed because I’ve tasted Karl and Eugenia’s cooking before and it is good.

After all, one cannot allow food – even if it’s leftovers from photography – to go to waste can you?

Concentration

It was a casual 6-hour session where Antonio and I took turns shooting the food. We’re not professionals at this but we had fun and it was a challenge shooting sorbet in the sweltering heat and there is nothing like a rapidly deflating soufflé to test your quick shot skills. 🙂

FYI, the soufflé is the finest Antonio and I have tasted in Singapore. Just sugar and eggs, it is one of the most difficult desserts to make and the one Karl made for us was perfectly cooked: fluffy, moist (not wet) and light.

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But I am getting ahead of myself; while Table at 7 has been serving private dinners and functions since end last year and this blog has all the juicy bits and bobs about the food and the place, it is not this blog’s practice to write about a place that has not been officially opened for a few months.

So you all would just have to wait for it to open in May (this year, I’m reliably told). Until then, please share in the visuals of our Saturday victual.

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Table At 7 is at 7 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238957. Opening soon.

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Karl & Eugenia

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Rendang Burgers

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Kurobuta Satay

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Smoked Spiced Foie Gras

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Nasi Padang

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Rendang Wagyu Ox-tail

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Lobster Salad

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Crab Pasta

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Baked Cod with Sambal and Onion Confit

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Roast Lamb

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Bouillabaisse

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Posted on 4th Apr 2011 in Asian, Food and Drink, Fun, Indonesian, Modern European

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There Are 3 Comments

 

XY commented on April 4, 2011 at 9:13 pm


Beautiful photos, NHK! 🙂


 

Ivan commented on April 11, 2011 at 7:26 am


Hey! Thanks!


 

adel commented on May 14, 2011 at 4:30 pm


if not for this post, i wouldn’t know the existence of this restaurant though it’s nearby my place…how could I miss it?not too late, will pay a visit there soon! cheers for the great pics…


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