Just watched a theatre piece called “Tiga 3”! @tesspang is a wonderful & energetic actor!! If you wanna catch her & other amazing actors performing in “Tiga 3”, come to @fiveartscentre for the final show at 8.30pm tonight!!! 🤩🤗😍 #tiga3#fiveartscentre#tesspang#theatre#ttdi
Quick stop at Taman Tun Edible Garden for the Book Exchange meet this morning. Saw various plants like okra, ciku, banana & papaya tree, Ulam Raja, citronella and many others. Made me hungry after a while 😄 #ttdi#ediblegarden#green
Congratulations to Conor #Mcgregor @thenotoriousmma for launching his brand of #whisky 🥃 @properwhiskey ! We heard @tescoirl had to limit each customer to only 2 bottles because it's running out quick! Crazy! #ThePawnRoom#tprttdi
We know it's been #gloomy and wet lately, so let us warm you up with a hearty bowl of Garlicky #Seafood 🍤🐟while the storm passes!
This is also the perfect bite under the beautiful sunshine! #t2flr#2ndfloorttdi
A PERFECT ACCORD OF FOOD AND WINE
Driven as we are by the culinary ambitions of chef-owner Darren Chin, we aim to elevate your Bref experience with the perfect choice from our concise 54-label wine list.
In these matters, there can be no better instructor than the person who made the wine. Recently, we were honoured by a visit from Gérald Gabillet @geraldgabillet, winemaker at Cheval des Andes in Mendoza, Argentina and previously deputy winemaker at Château Angelus, on his first tour of Asia.
As Gérald explains, Cheval des Andes, a union between Las Terrazas de los Andes and the legendary Château Cheval Blanc, seeks a true expression of its distinctive desert terroir rather than just being a South American Bordeaux clone. There is a unique freshness to these exquisite wines, which makes them a surprisingly flexible companion to white and red meat dishes.
We are proud to offer the 2013 Cheval des Andes (James Suckling 98 pts), a true Argentinian grand cru, to our discerning guests. Brimming with ripe fruit yet with an elegance belying its 15% alcohol, this choice vintage matches just as well with our hay-roasted Shanshui free-range chicken as it would our Darling Downs F1 wagyu with Cameron Highlands leeks.
Photos by Bonnie Yap @bonnieyap71