Artichoke


It’s a feat to have survived the past nine years in the Singapore F&B scene and Artichoke has done it, despite being the “least authentic Middle Eastern restaurant in Singapore” (so they say). They’re here to remind you that they’re still alive and kicking and why you should head back or check them out if you haven’t.  My my, the last time i visited was before i started blogging! Oops.If you haven’t been to Artichoke, do not go there expecting anything traditional or standard (you can go to Arab Street/ Kampong Glam for your run-of-the-mill tagine). Instead, head there for a casual night with hearty shared plates and un-ME music (the playlist is all chef-owner Bjorn’s own favorites). The food uses ME ingredients as a start, but Bjorn adds on his own brand of creativity and likes to un-ME his dishes. The right way to start is the meal is with some mezzes and fluffy Turkish bread ($4.50). Definitely go with the Hummus with Iraqi spiced mushrooms ($14). What special about this hummus is that miso is added for that extra umami, along with the usual chickpeas, whipped creamed tahini, lemon juice and garlic. The mushrooms were seasoned in Baharat (a leavened thyme spice mixed,Read full content from Ms Skinnyfat


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