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Found right at the waterfront at Punggol Promenade, Horizon Bistronomy is leading the pack in Singapore’s competitive European dining scene. Using French cooking techniques and fusing an array of international flavours, the kitchen at this Punggol restaurant produces innovative and flavourful cuisine that’s all the rage with Singapore’s foodies. Open every day of the week for dinner, Horizon Bistronomy invites you in for an incredible dining experience at their Punggol Point Road premises.
It was good! Their dessert is awesome! Recommended to couple who wanna dine by the sea.
Ambience was nice at the Punggol Settlement area. We ordered the Pork Duo and the Pork Risotto which tasted as good as they looked. Definitely worth going.
Good service. served promptly by waiter. food is nice especially the foie gras, angel hair pasta, duo of pork and pork collar. Will visit again.
Serving inspired French cuisine with international flair, Horizon Bistronomy on Punggol Point Road is raising the bar for modern European cuisine in Singapore. Led by talented chefs Chris Fong and Jude Tay, the restaurant is in capable hands – each and every dish is prepared with the utmost care and attention before being presented at table. Despite offering gourmet French cuisine, the restaurant’s environment is casual and relaxed. And with its location at the tip of Punggol, you’ll enjoy eating in one of Singapore’s most beautiful areas.
Featuring an ever-changing menu, diners at Horizon Bistronomy are treated to a special meal each and every time they visit. Indulge in mushroom soup topped with freshly shaved truffle, then enjoy starters like the chilled crab meat angel hair, infused with chorizo oil and topped off with salmon, or the assorted tomato salad with red pesto and burrata cheese. As for the main course, you can’t go wrong with the Horizon pork two ways, a 24-hour slow-braised pork belly and Kurobuta pork tenderloin served with roasted cauliflower puree, vegetables, black pepper sauce and grape mustard. Check in often to see what’s new, but make sure to reserve ahead of time before venturing out to this Punggol hotspot.