3. Small plates
The “small plates” trend has sparked off a global buzz in recent years, and while it’s a phenomenon that has been around for a while now, it doesn’t seem to be dying off anytime soon.
So, what’s so great about small-plate dining? Well, while western dining had always adhered to a rigid format of ‘appetiser, entrée and dessert’, sharing small plates amongst the table helped to disrupt the dated sequence, and in the process, eradicate the formality of dining, making it fun again!
Sharing plates also mean less pressure for diners to commit to just one entrée, giving them more incentive to try new flavours and ingredients. One thing’s for sure; grazing never tasted so good.
BAM! Tapas Sake Bar (Singapore), Morsels (Singapore), Lolla (Singapore).