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The English House by Marco Pierre White – Time stands still in this little slice of England

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Are you a lover of all things British? You have to check out The English House along Mohammad Sultan Road. The elegant restaurant harks back to a bygone era, taking snippets from Singapore’s colonial heritage, Britain’s yesteryears and Marco Pierre White’s earlier years.

Who is Marco Pierre White? He was the first British chef and youngest chef (back then) to be awarded Three Michelin Stars at age 32. He has also trained famous chefs such as Mario Batali and Gordon Ramsay. The name Gordon Ramsay may be more familiar to you simply because of all the television programmes, but it was Marco Pierre White who came first.

The English House - Roast Rib of Black Angus Molly Parkin (2)

Roast Rib of Black Angus Molly Parkin

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Roast Lamb for Sunday Lunch

Roast Lamb with Parsnip, kumara, asparagus

Mmmmm, the Partner cooked a roast lunch today. Every Sunday should be like this! Meat in Singapore is rather expensive. For the 700gm of lamb, it cost nearly $25. It would probably have been about half the price in New Zealand, or for that matter, countries with an agricultural industry.

Still, $25 is not too much if you compare to eating out at restaurants. And at the very least, you get to choose the best and the freshest cuts, cook it exactly how you like it to be, and last but not least, choose the side dishes you want! I can possibly say that no where else in Singapore can you get roast parsnip and roast sweet potatoes (kumara) with the meat.

Click below to see the recipe….

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