Small’s, helmed by Masterchef Singapore judge Bjorn Shen, might be best known for its pizza omakase but you can expect a new doughy treat to come from its kitchen this January.
The private dining space will be launching what it bills a ‘doughmakase” experience, or a tasting menu comprising three snacks, eight to 10 “bread-sushi”, one hotpot, and two sweets. You can expect the menu to change daily based on ingredients available and the chef’s creativity.
What’s bread sushi, you ask? According to Small’s, it features “raw, cooked and cured seafood on bread instead of sushi rice.” The bread served will also be given textures and tastes with different cooking methods, from low-temperature baking to grilling with binchotan and deep-frying, then paired with the most suitable fish or seafood.
And you can expect a flavour bomb with each piece — for the opening menu, he’ll be serving up lightly seared engawa (flounder fin) lightly seared, with stir-fried green papaya salad atop a freshly
charcoal grilled bread, and topped with a shaving of frozen ankimo (monkfish liver) — sounds quite a mouthful if you ask us.
The bread sushi experience will be open for reservations from Jan 18, 2022. Small’s is at 115 King George’s Ave, #02-02, Singapore 208561. Visit its website for reservations or more information.