Splendour in the City
It’s much more than just dining at EEST
A visit to EEST can be described as a voyage of culinary discovery, featuring Japanese, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai and Malaysian cuisines, prepared with authentic recipes and presented with an innovative twist. EEST’s unique ambience furnished with cast aluminium zhou vessels, hand-carved tables, abaca seating and volcanic ash floors is the manifestation of Asian craft articulated in Western neo-minimalism. The friendly staff provide attentive yet discreet
service, and five open kitchens including the noodle and dim sum stations with hot vapour gently rising from steamers offer diners “live food shows” alongside exquisite cuisine.