Sunday 2 January 2022

[CLOSED] 6ixty 7even – A Classy Restaurant & Bar [MEDIA INVITE]

Locally Farmed Barramundi @ 6ixty 7even
6ixty 7even is a classy restaurant and bar, located in the trendy Tanjong Pagar district that delivers a sumptuous dining experience through its Modern European Cuisine and extensive range of wine, whisky, sake, beers and cocktails.

6ixty 7even Restaurant & Bar

The Bar - 1st floor
The restaurant has 3 levels which feature, bar seating area on the first floor complete with an open kitchen where you can see the bartender and chef at work. On the 2nd level, they have a settee area for comfortable dining plus a whiskey lounge. Meanwhile, the 3rd level will host a private dining room. I find the décor swanky and elegant, allowing the guests to be comfortable and relax over drinks and food.

The Settee Area
Part of the Whiskey Lounge
Part of the Whiskey Lounge
We started our tasting with Szechuan Spicy Chicken Karaage ($12). Crispy and succulent, jumbo size chicken popcorn. The batter is well seasoned and the finishing touch of Szechuan sauce is just addictive. LD and I do not have a high tolerance of Mala spiciness, so we ask Chef Ramesh to tone down on the spicy level. Having said that, for those who love Mala, you can ask them to amp up the heat factor for your indulgence.

Szechuan Spicy Chicken Karaage
Szechuan Spicy Chicken Karaage
Truffle Fries with Gruyere Cheese and Truffle Aioli ($15). A nice nibble that everyone like. The shoestring fries are crisp and moist, topped with generous shavings of gruyere cheese. I like the truffle aioli dip, it is solid but not overpowering the rest of the flavour.

Truffle Fries with Gruyere Cheese and Truffle Aioli 
Chef's Table
Assorted Sausage Platter ($16). Consist of chicken, pork and lamb sausages served with dijon mustard and caramelised onion. The chicken sausage is juicy and succulent, while the lamb sausage is filled with herbs and seasoning, similar to those in the lamb tikka recipe. The pork is slightly harder and saltier to my liking; however, it is suitable to pair with drinks.

Assorted Sausage Platter
Locally Farmed Barramundi ($28). A perfectly executed dish. The fish fillet with crispy skin followed by moist and velvety flesh. Served with petite vegetables, roasted vine tomatoes, potato puree, tarragon and citrus beurre blanc deliver a multi-texture and multi-layer of flavours in each bite. Yummy!

Locally Farmed Barramundi
Locally Farmed Barramundi
Smoked Bacon Carbonara ($24). A modern interpretation of fettucine carbonara. The al-dente pasta is coated with smoked bacon cream, chopped smoked bacon, parmigiano cheese, crispy rice and vegetable garnish. When you are served this dish, be careful of the surprise ingredients nestled in between the fettucine. It is good, but we find it can have more OMPH on the bacon.

Smoked Bacon Carbonara 
Smoked Bacon Carbonara 
Although you might be full from the food and drinks, you need to save a space for their Chocolate Dessert. Chocolate dome served with raspberry coulis and meringue. The chocolate dome is rich and solid, well balanced with the acidity from the raspberry coulis. The mini meringue together with biscuit crumbs provided a different texture to this dessert. Yumz!!

Chocolate Dessert
Image Credit: 6ixty 7even Restaurant & Bar

Overall, we had a great time dining at 6ixty 7even Restaurant & Bar. The snacks part of the menu is geared up toward the lovable bar bites, however, the pasta and main menu show a lot of potentials. The plating is simple, elegant and the food is delicious. I look forward to future creations from the culinary team at 6ixty 7even. Cheers!!

The Food Menu
Thank you very much to Meta Communique and at 6ixty 7even Restaurant & Bar for hosting us.

The Drink Menu is available here.

Food & Drinks: 8/10
Value: 8/10
Service: N/A (Media Tasting)
Ambiance: 8.75/10
Budget per Person: $26 - $50 (excluding drinks)

6ixty 7even Restaurant & Bar
67 Neil Road
Singapore 088890

T: +65 6988 6767
WA: +65 8838 6767
IG: @67restaurant
Mon – Sat: 15.00 – 22.30
Closed on Sunday.

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