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Boyutei: A Japanese-French Café with a Unique Twist

Are you looking for a culinary experience that combines the best of Japanese and French cuisine? Look no further than Boyutei, the exciting collaboration between Michelin-starred restaurant Whitegrass and tea artisans Hvala. Located in the...

Are you looking for a culinary experience that combines the best of Japanese and French cuisine? Look no further than Boyutei, the exciting collaboration between Michelin-starred restaurant Whitegrass and tea artisans Hvala. Located in the vibrant Ann Siang Hill area, Boyutei promises to be a match-made in culinary heaven.

The interiors of Boyutei are inspired by the Japanese kanji characters 忘忧亭, which means "a space where you can leave your worries behind." The muted and soft ambiance provides a stark contrast to the bustling bistros and bars that Ann Siang Hill is known for.

Head Chef Takuya Yamashita from Whitegrass has exclusively crafted the main menu food items, offering a fusion of Japanese and French flavors. From soups and salads to Japanese sandos, noodles, rice dishes, and sweet and savory crepes, Boyutei has something for every palate. As for desserts and beverages, Hvala brings its expertise to create a delightful selection that will satisfy even the most discerning sweet tooth.

Let's take a closer look at some of the mouthwatering dishes at Boyutei:

Ebi Katsu Sando

One of my personal favorites, the Ebi Katsu Sando is an open-face Japanese sandwich featuring crunchy, golden-brown deep-fried prawns. The combination of flavors and textures, from the moist prawns to the tartar sauce and homemade chili sauce, is simply divine.

Ebi Katsu SandoEbi Katsu Sando

Prawn and Chicken Okonomiyaki

For those who miss the street-food flavors of Osaka, the Prawn and Chicken Okonomiyaki is a must-try. This dish combines the essence of a traditional Japanese pancake with the delicate crepe-like texture of a French crepe. The dashi-poached chicken and prawns hidden inside the crepe add a burst of flavors, while the tonkatsu sauce and mayonnaise complete the authentic taste.

Prawn and Chicken OkonomiyakiPrawn and Chicken Okonomiyaki

Cha Soba

Cool down with the refreshing Cha Soba, a chilled noodle dish typically enjoyed during the hot summer in Japan. Handmade cha-infused buckwheat noodles, grilled unagi, and shredded kinshi tamago create a harmonious blend of flavors and textures that will transport you to Japan with every bite.

Cha SobaCha Soba

Japanese Dry Curry

Indulge in the decadent Japanese Dry Curry, featuring tenderized prime cut beef cooked to perfection in a thick, flavorful sauce. The onsen egg and Japanese white rice complement the rich meaty undertones, making this dish a true delight for curry lovers.

Japanese Dry CurryJapanese Dry Curry

Boyutei Salad

For those who prefer a lighter option, the Boyutei Salad is a refreshing and healthy choice. Packed with mini tomatoes, pickled red cabbage, prawns, squid, and genmai for added crunchiness, this vibrant salad is topped with a hojicha dressing that adds a unique sweet and smoky taste.

Boyutei SaladBoyutei Salad

Goma Matcha

For matcha enthusiasts, the Goma Matcha is a true delight. A thin sweet crepe layered with matcha pastry cream and a nutty goma crumble, topped with homemade matcha ice cream, creates a perfect balance of sweet and earthy flavors.

Goma MatchaGoma Matcha

Black Forest Tart

Indulge your senses with the Black Forest Tart, a molten dark chocolate fondant accompanied by a tangy red kirsch cherry compote. The combination of sweet and acidic flavors, along with a powdery chocolate soil, creates a truly unforgettable dessert.

Black Forest TartBlack Forest Tart

Sticky Date Pudding

Experience a burst of flavors with the Sticky Date Pudding, which combines classic toffee pudding with miso butterscotch flavor and Bailey's ice cream. This dessert showcases the perfect balance between sweet and salty, hot and cold, leaving you wanting more.

Sticky Date PuddingSticky Date Pudding

At Boyutei, you can expect Hvala's sophisticated gastronomic DNA to extend to their tea and drink offerings. Exclusively curated matcha teas from various regions of Japan and precisely brewed Chinese teas are available to enhance your dining experience.

When visiting Boyutei, be sure to try The Sakura Smoked, a black tea infused with the subtle sweetness of Sakura flowers and the tartness of sour cherry. If you prefer something creamy, the Matcha Latte is a perfect choice, with its silky, thick matcha poured over milk, naturally sweet and satisfying.

Boyutei is more than just a cafe; it's a space where you can leave your worries behind and immerse yourself in an inviting and calm atmosphere. So, gather your friends and head over to Boyutei for an unforgettable dining experience that combines the best of Japanese and French cuisine.

Remember to check out their Afternoon Tea set for an extra special treat. Boyutei is located at 28 Ann Siang Road, #01-02, Singapore 069708 (Chinatown MRT). They are open from 12pm to 10pm every day, with the last order at 9pm for food and 9:30pm for drinks.

Don't miss out on this unique culinary journey at Boyutei!

This article is brought to you in partnership with Boyutei.