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Bhutan X Nepal
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Let CraftandFood take you on a journey to Bhutan and Nepal with our specially curated dining experience that combines the simplicity of Nepalese cuisine and the sophistication of Bhutanese cuisine. Fulfill your Himalayan experience without booking a flight.
Limited sets prepared daily.
Please place your orders in advance to avoid disappointment as the items are freshly made in limited quantities, and we make all sauces, soup stocks from scratch.
Things to note
*Available Time slots: 11am–2pm | 2pm–5pm | 5pm–8pm
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There will be a delivery charge of SGD 14 island-wide Singapore and an extraSGD 8 for deliveries to Sentosa. Free delivery applies to orders above SGD 90.
There is no self-collection and no sale of individual items.
HimalayaN SET MENU
SGD 90These are a staple in Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. Momos exist in many forms and are made of different fillings. Today’s Momos are prepared pretty much the same way of which is easily found in the Himalayas.
SGD 40Popular in Nepal as the condiment of choice when pairing with Momos, this chutney has a hint of sesame, timut pepper, roasted tomatoes, garlic, and ginger. The heat is balanced.
Ezey Yer Guem
SGD 50All-rounder Bhutanese chilli sauce is a simple amalgamation of dried chillies, neutral oil, and super-ripe tomatoes. Proceed with caution. Ezey Yer Guem exist in many different forms; for this menu, we made it simple, to go with everything, try it with the Momos.
SGD 50Bhutanese buckwheat pancake. We made it a tad fluffier by using sieved potatoes to give it a lift; that nutty scent from the Khule is amplified with the Datsi.
SGD 80Bhutanese chilli and cheese, traditionally this dish is prepared with chilli and local Datsi cheese, we went ahead to include some shallots, onions, ginger, garlic, and spring onions. Not to mention the flavourful garlic chips. Today’s preparation features five different chillies; special thanks to Jean!
SGD 60Bhutanese potato and cheese stew cooked, and the flavours are let to infuse; the dish is accentuated with smoked butter. If you have some truffles in the fridge, this is the best dish to shave some truffles on top of.
SGD 60Being near India, this Nepalese dish features influences from Indian cuisine; this dish is heavily spiced and laced with yoghurt, turmeric, and black pepper. Traditionally cooked over an open flame until very black and burnt. We took a cleaner approach, Shirobuta pork belly from Kagoshima, marinated in Sekuwa marinade, pan-seared, cooked for four hours at 95 degrees Celsius until tender, torched and served.
SGD 60Popular Newari dish in Nepal, this is a reverse chopped meat salad. Similar to the Lawar in Bali, the Chicken is slow roasted and heavily browned before being chopped up, laced with spiced mustard oil, balanced with lime juice and finely sliced alliums to give freshness.
SGD 60The Nepalese always have their main courses on a platter, and a small component in the plate is Chiura Baji, it is a crispy assemblage of beaten puffed rice, roasted soybeans, finely chopped red onion and green chilli. Adding a little texture and freshness to the meal. Chef recommends having some of this with the multigrain red rice.
Multigrain & Red rice
SGD 60It is no strange thing to find many different kinds of grains in the Himalayas, and Chef has decided to mix these grains; this will be a great match with the dishes served.