It may be all about being scary on Halloween, but for some, the most frightening part of Fright Night is to don a costume for all to judge one’s creativity. Thankfully, there are more than partying around town in costume. The next best holiday activity is eating!
This Halloween, Oriole Cafe & Bar has created a range of Halloween specials to please your soul and lift your spirits. Available from 25 to 21 October, the Halloween dishes include the Black Magic Spell ($18), delicious squid ink linguine paired with pumpkin, semi-dried tomatoes and confit garlic. If you feel like sinking you teeth into some meat, tuck into Bat To The Bones ($28), a thick slab of hickory smoked pork ribs garnished with ghoulish mash and green peas goblin trimming.
The mixologists at the bar have also whipped up some creepy concoctions such as the Eyeballini ($16) of Boiron blood peach puree, Chandon and eyeballs, as well as the Bad Ju-Ju ($10) that mixes Giffard rose syrup, lychee puree, ginger ale, lemon with gory garnish.
Who said Halloween was all about the kids? Grown-ups who want a good (and tasty) scare this Halloween, you know where you can hang out this long weekend.
Oriole Cafe & Bar is located at 96 Somerset Road, #01-01, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites. Tel: 6238 8348.
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