Hot! PleasureCraft Group opening new European restaurant Hevel

HEVEL Dining Room

CONTENT: Andrew Kho
IMAGE: PleasureCraft Group

PleasureCraft Group the team behind Marcy’s and Parliament Bar is opening a new contemporary European dining concept Hevel on 16 November.

The ambiance at Hevel features a dining room and bar with an open kitchen concept inspired from a 1970’s design with hues of opulent burl, buttery suede, gleaming stainless steel and marble.

The restaurant will be helmed by former Mandala Masters head chef Stephan Liau, his culinary journey spans from leading some of the popular award-winning restaurants such as Michelin-starred Spoon by Alain Ducasse in Hong Kong, Terra in Tokyo, Cure in Singapore and Mandala Masters which brought in popular international chef residencies at Mandala Club such as Yoshihiro Narisawa of Narisawa, Gaggan Anand of Gaggan Anand and Manish Mehrotra of Indian Accent.

Discerning gourmets can indulge in Chef Liau’s variety of both individual and communal dishes inspired from his childhood and travels. Each of the six course menu (S$138++) and a four course menu (S$88++) showcases seasonal ingredients of the highest standard that are reimagined for a fine European cuisine palates.

Orange Donut & N.25 Caviar

Some of the dishes that are worthy to try include, a trio of snacks: orange donuts with caviar and smoked creme fraiche, maguro tuna choux crowned with bonito and nasturtium, and a crispy parfait with chicken liver with undertones of granny smith apples and xeres (sherry wine vinegar). Eurpoean Tapas-inspired small plates include cured mackerel atop daikon & passion fruit, a freshly-baked soft rye roll with smoked butter, potato hash crowned with pickled leek and mushroom emulsion and a cloud-like bowl of Piquillo pepper and chorizo.

For mains, choose from either the porcini-rubbed pork presa or grilled short rib, each served with seasonal accompaniments.

Founder Tong Hann & Chef-Owner Stefan Liau

The restaurant also features an extensive range of wines focusing on lesser-known labels from family-owned estates and small-scale producers worldwide, each label represents no more than 20,000 bottles. Further, the restaurant brings fortified wines to the forefront and will offer a cocktail pairing menu that is a tribute to fortified wines like vermouth, sherry and port, including twists on classics like martinis and negronis.

Hevel is open for dinner from Tuesday to Saturday from 6:00pm to 11:30pm. Closed on Sundays and Mondays.

For bookings or enquiries, email, Reservations can also be made online

1 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089109
Tel: +65 9622 6679

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