Coriander Leaf has long been a fixture in Singapore’s dining scene. Offering fine dining in a relaxed bistro environment (now in a new location at Downtown’s Chijmes along Victoria Street), Coriander Leaf is synonymous with Asian cuisine in the city. Beyond offering up innovative interpretations of Lebanese, Iranian, Pakistani, Indian, Myanmar, Thai, and Vietnamese cuisines, Coriander Leaf is also renowned for its community engagement: catering, cooking classes, corporate bonding events, and popular culinary gift hampers.
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Old and new, ancient and modern – the culinary traditions from across Asia (and even further afield) come together in the kitchens of Coriander Leaf. And it’s not just the resident chefs who get behind the stove at Downtown Singapore’s beloved Asian food hub – you too can make the transition from diner to gastronomic god with Coriander Leaf’s popular cooking classes. Here, South Asian and Southeast Asian meets Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cooking, with small classes of students guided through menu design to final presentation, giving would-be chefs a behind-the-scenes look at how Victoria Street’s Coriander Leaf in Chijmes creates its famous fusion.
Building on their perennially popular cooking studio courses, Coriander Leaf have also become a fixture among companies looking to bring their team together – what better way to bond than over incredible cuisine, made by and shared between friends and colleagues? As for regular dining at Coriander Leaf, it’s at once a stylish and casual affair. A la carte and set menus are available, as is an incredibly curated wine pairing menu, matching old and new world wines with the Asian dishes that have made Coriander Leaf a household name among gourmands in Singapore. With a new location in the heart of the Chijmes complex along Victoria Street in the Downtown Core, Chijmes is set to impress (and educate) a whole new audience of the city’s foodies.