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Easter Delights at KOMA and LAVO

Looking for a restaurant to spend Easter with your loved ones? KOMA Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar and LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar have prepared special dishes to celebrate Easter. Make this Easter one to remember with lovely food at excellent restaurants.

KOMA Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar 
Celebrates the Easter weekend with a delightful three-course spread, beginning with an appetiser trio of uzura egg & yellow tail jalapeño & salmon pillow. A delicate palate of flavours and textures, the dish features a quail egg with thin slices of yellowtail lightly doused in aji amarillo, cilantro, soy, lime and roasted jalapeño, as well as KOMA’s signature puff pastry filled with smoked avocado and blanketed with salmon sashimi. It is a combination best paired with Ichigo Sour(S$23++), a refreshing cocktail made with strawberry sake, lychee tea infused syrup and lemon juice. Along with an eight-piece platter of assorted sushi, guests can also indulge in succulent robata-grilled lamb chops for the main course. KOMA’s special Easter menu is available for dinner from 15 to 17 April at S$150++ per person. As part of KOMA’s April à la carte specials, guests can also round off their meals with a giant bell(S$38++). Available from 15 April with only a limited 100 sets available, the giant bell is an intricate chocolate replica of KOMA’s 2.5-metre-tall Japanese bell crafted from Ferrero gelato and almond crunchy rice biscuit. This exclusive dessert is also set to be a treat for the senses as a dramatic flambé reveals another surprise encased within. 

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LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar 
This Easter Sunday, guests can hop over to LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar for a special edition of its spectacular Sunday Champagne Brunch. The celebratory menu features a hearty spread of curated dishes such as tonnato devilled eggs, traditional linguine cacio e pepe and a flavourful New Zealand rack of lamb with rosemary salsa verde. Guests can also tuck into a jubilant assortment of Easter-themed desserts and raise a toast with the restaurant’s rousing special LAVO Bloody Mary. LAVO’s Sunday Champagne Brunch: Easter Edition will take place on 17 April from 12pm to 3pm. It is priced at $188++ per person (food and alcoholic beverages) and S$118++ per person (food and non-alcoholic beverages). A kid-friendly event, children aged four to 10 can also partake in the celebration at S$38++. Throughout the month of April, LAVO will also be serving up a sultry cocktail and appetiser pairing (S$56++). Guests can elevate their meal with capellini, an elegant pasta dish topped with uni butter, sea asparagus, caviar and shaved bottarga, before puckering up for a Devil Kiss – a teasing concoction of vodka, gin, olive juice, tabasco and Lillet Blanc. This set will be available daily from 5pm to 11pm.


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