Mirazur is set to take up a three-month residency at KIN and Clan Cafe at Mandala Club in Singapore from 14 May until 11 August 2021, it has been revealed.
Mauro Colagreco, who also opened burger bar Carne in Singapore earlier this year, will this time be treating guests to his three-Michelin-starred signature lunar menus, which are inspired by nature and aligned with the moon's cycles. It's a fitting tribute and return to the country where he celebrated his French Riviera restaurant's win at The World's 50 Best Awards ceremony, back in 2019.
Photo: The Mandala
Back in France, Italo-Argentine Colagreco is known as both a keen gardener and chef, practising biodynamic agriculture in his own restaurant's gardens. As a result of reconnecting with nature during lockdown, he was even inspired to re-imagine his culinary philosophy by creating Mirazur's new lunar menu, which he released last summer.
“In today's urban societies, we are increasingly distanced from a regular relationship with nature,” said Colagreco. “Bridging the gap between our current lifestyles and our need to reconnect with life cycles is what inspires us the most in our daily work. I’m very excited for my team, who will be able to offer a unique experience to guests with Mandala Club.”
Singapore diners can expect a taste of Colagreco's lunar philosophy both on the plate and in the interior design when The Clan Cafe will be reimagined to transport diners to the Mediterranean Côte d'Azur with a lunar-styled garden lobby, reflective surfaces recreating the glimmering ocean, and soft turf to recreate Mirazu'rs terraced gardens.
Photo: ©Matteo Carassale
What's on the Menu?
The pop-up will feature four menus of six courses for lunch and nine courses for dinner on the themes Roots, Leaves, Flowers and Fruits.
Each menu will be designed to highlight ingredients at their best according to the moon’s different phases.
Leaves dish ©Matteo Carassale
Mirazur highlights include: lamb confit served with a mille-feuille of salad leaves and seaweed from the 'Leaves' menu; and an umami-rich fish dish from the Roots menu, including black garlic and liquorice, known as 'The Dark Side of the Moon'.
Flower dish©Matteo Carassale
For table reservations and further information visit www.mandala.club