The casual restaurant has a menu that draws on Lam's travels to Singapore and the eclectic melting pot of cultures and cuisines that make up the country. Its national patois is Singlish, which is a blending of the four major languages spoken; English, Malay, Mandarin and Tamil. Its culinary language is a mash-up as well. Lam's cooking is inspired by the Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Malaysian and Indian influences on Singaporean food culture.
SING softly opened in early October and the chili crab rangoons, chicken tikka masala, and charkway teow were the standouts. Charkway teow is a noodle dish of flat, wide noodles and pork. There are also several satays and various rice and noodle dishes to choose from. Many of the dishes are gluten-free and those that are not have been denoted on the menu.
There is beer and wine available, as well as sake and sake based cocktails. For non-alcoholic beverages, there are several specialty teas. If you want to expand the palate of your wee ones, there is a kids menu.Artist rendering courtesy of SING
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