Looking to celebrate Oktoberfest in Singapore without the raucous crowds or lederhosen? Festivities may have originated in Bavaria, but that’s not stopping this Thai restaurant from getting in on the merriment. Tamarind Hill, the lush eatery atop Singapore’s Labrador Nature Park Reserve, will once again play host to ‘Aporkalypse’ this October with a themed four-course set menu and, of course, free-flow beer. Prost!
Part of SAMADHI (which owns the Tamarind group of ‘rustic luxe’ restaurants dotted in hideaway locations around Malaysia and Singapore), Tamarind Hill’s Executive Chef Wanthana Nikonsaen will take snout-to-tail dining to a whole new level with dishes such as Pork Neck Skewer Marinated With Fresh Milk, Roasted Pork Knuckle in Red Curry With Red Grape and Lychee and a dessert platter of sweet porky treats (yep, you read that right).
The ‘Aporkalypse’ menu is priced at $80 ++ for an appetiser, main and dessert and is inclusive of beer. But, if you prefer your pinot to a pint, Tamarind Hill’s Group Sommelier is renowned for his selection of wines.
Sniff out a reservation today by dropping Tamarind Hill an email on firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +65 6270 1868.
Tamarind Hill, Singapore, 30 Labrador Villa Road, Tel: +65 6278 6364
Open Daily: Monday – Sunday Lunch: 12pm ‐ 3pm Dinner: 6pm ‐ 10.30pm