2015 WEA Favourite Wines Brunch

In December Wine Exchange Asia held their (well Bob the Minion’s) Favourite Wines of 2015 Brunch at New Ubin Seafood, which is one of my favourite restaurants in Singapore.

The Food

First Course

  • Blue Scottish lobster sashimi
    • Great dish, usually the lobster head is still moving when it is served.
    • The lobster is flown in live from Scotland
  • Salt and Pepper Calamari
    • My favourite starter at New Ubin
    • Never lasts long!!

Second Course

  • Butter Poached Black Halibut Fillet
    • Always a favourite
    • Disappeared very quickly

Third Course

  • Clay Pot Carbonara with Smoked Pork Neck
    • A very surprising dish
    • One of my favourites
    • Always impresses!

Main Course

  • New Zealand Rack of Lamb
    • New Zealand Lamb, what more do I need to say!
  • US Ribeye Angus Tomahawk with Oven Baked Root Vegetables (potatoes, parsnip, butternut etc)
    • First time I had this at New Ubin Seafood (yes I know it is a seafood restaurant, but that does not stop them from serving great meat dishes)
    • Preferred the US Black Angus, but would definitely have this again!
  • Smoked Pork Collar
    • Very enjoyable
  • US Black Angus Ribeye Steak with caramelised onions, Idaho potato wedges, sea salt flakes and heart attack rice (fried rice caramelised with beef drippings)
    • Always a favourite


  • Banana Caramelised with Gula Melaka finished off with a Diplomatico Rum Flambe; served with Coconut Ice-Cream
    • A great way to finish of the meal

The Wine

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The Line Up

WEA Favourite Wines of 2015 Brunch

Another great brunch. Thanks Bob the Minion and the staff of New Ubin Seafood!

Bob, when is the first one in 2016?



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