Fans of the one Michelin-starred restaurant may not be able to freely walk in to dine just yet, but will now have a chance to savour the season's best by Chef Kirk Westaway these two months. This time giving casual British classics an artful spin, the pop-up menu celebrates inspired favourites from Chef’s fond memories growing up in Devon, England during summer.
"With the launch of the casual summer pop-up, it provides a more frequent and accessible platform for diners to try Modern British dining, without the associated pressures of traditional fine dining," he says, introducing starters like Mixed Beans salad with quinoa and black truffle dressing and mains like the Berkshire Pork Chop.
Of course we have to mention the quintessential British dish reinvented as Kirk’s Fish and Chips. That's fresh prime cod fillet enveloped in a London Pride Ale batter, served with chips made from Maris Piper potatoes, first blanched in brine, dried for 10 hours before being deep-fried to a golden hue.
To complete the experience, the pop-up will be happening in Anti:dote. A cosy setting is akin to that of a British pub, the cocktail bar seems the perfect pairing with the four-course set lunch priced at SGD58 that's also available daily.
A : CASUAL BRITISH: SUMMER happens for two months from 13 July at Anti:dote. For reservations, call 6431 6156.