"Ode To" Series

Currently offered only during lunch, each ‘Ode To’ menu series features six interpretations of a singular ingredient that touches on the ideology of texture, aroma, flavour and presentation.

Ode to Sauce

It features seven courses of elevated interpretations of different variations of sauces, bridging familiar Asian flavors with refined French techniques. Each chapter of the menu presents a new type of sauce, from the five French mother sauces as coined by Auguste Escoffier, to their many modern derivatives.

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Ode to Seaweed

An Ode to Seaweed features six courses of elevated interpretations of different variations of seaweed, bridging familiar Asian flavors with refined French techniques.

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Ode to Mushroom

It features six courses of elevated interpretations of fourteen different varieties of mushrooms foraged from forests in Europe and around the region, bridging familiar Asian flavors with refined French techniques. Each chapter of the menu presents a new type of mushroom, from the local King Oyster Mushroom and Swanson Mushroom to Japanese Shiitake and highly sought-after Matsutake.

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Ode to Fruit 

An Ode to Fruit features six courses of elevated interpretations of both rare and everyday fruits, bridging familiar Asian flavors with refined French techniques.

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Ode to Earth 

We consider the bounties from earth and the infinite culinary possibilities it gives us. A menu that takes us to our roots.

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Ode to Soy Sauce 

Smoky, sweet, savoury, umami.  A drop goes a long way, we learn to tame the foundational Chinese condiment.   

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Ode to Tea

A singular tea leaf can change the course of history, make or break a relationship, move or pause time.  We study how time and place create the mysteries around teas we’ve come to enjoy.  

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Ode to Tofu

Misunderstood to be one-dimensional, tofu can be tender or firm, fried or steamed; nutty or disguised as another flavour.  Its characteristics lie within its maker, it can be what you want it to be. 

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Ode to Rice

A grain rooted in history, tradition and the culinary backbone of Asia.  We put rice forth and examine its magical purity

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Ode to Eggs

Master the egg, master the kitchen. The simplest, yet trickiest and most versatile ingredient in every cuisine can play a role of support or lead, the possibilities are endless.

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