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Tetsuya offers Tassie tartare

Brand Ambassador Tetsuya Wakuda has included Tasmanian Cape Grim Beef Tartare in an extended menu at his Bar at Waku Ghin. Soon after his Singapore restaurant Waku Ghin was promoted to two Michelin Stars, Tetsuya unveiled new dishes for the exclusive, adjoining bar which serves a selection of more than 85 cocktails, along with premium sake and spirits, including Tasmanian whiskies. The Tasmanian tartare is a light version of a traditional French-style tartare, with a lively acidity to complement the clean flavours of grass-fed and hormone-free beef from Cape Grim. Dishes at The Bar at Waku Ghin are designed to be light on the palate, with well-balanced flavours. Guests are encouraged to try a variety of dishes to create their own elegant dining experiences. Tetsuya said: “When I see good, fresh ingredients, my imagination starts to grow. Many of the new dishes introduced to the bar menu are inspired by the quality ingredients that we bring in from small-batch producers.”

31 July 2017, Edition 186

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