A new modern fine-dining restaurant inspired by California has launched in Singapore. Rosemead Restaurant was developed by award-wining hospitality operator, Jigger & Pony, and is helmed by Executive Chef and Co-Owner, David Tang.
Tang brings his roots from Los Angeles. Excitingly, he aims to introduce the culinary influences of California, driven by seasonality, sustainability and natural fresh flavours into Singaporean dining culture.
Located in Singapore’s Central Business District, Rosemead is set in a neoclassical 1920s building with an 80-seater dining area.
With a vibrant open kitchen and woodfire, marbled tables and earthly tones, the interior resembles a modern Californian country home. In fact, Rosemead is named after Tang’s hometown in California.
In a relaxed atmosphere, indulge on a range of dishes, cooked over orange and lychee wood embers, inspired by Tang’s Asian-American heritage. Think plates oozing with flavours, local ingredients and extra indulgence.
With an ever-changing menu, expect something different upon every visit. For instance, highlights include swordtip squid & mussel, slow-cooked wagyu short rib, chitose farm tomato & basil crackling pork skin, to name a few.
Wonderfully, Rosemead is developing a bakery and private kitchen for customers to look forward to in Singapore soon.
Indeed, Rosemead is perfect for those returning to the office in Singapore. Likewise, it offers a friendly setting to catchup after work. For bookings, visit the Rosemead website.
📍 19 Cecil St, Singapore 049704