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A veteran of restaurants such as Ember and the former Pierside, chef Hoe offers his own repertoire of mostly mod-European fare with Asian accents such as slow-cooked wagyu beef cheek (above), sakura ebi pasta and nutella bar dessert.

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A veteran of restaurants such as Ember and the former Pierside, chef Hoe offers his own repertoire of mostly mod-European fare with Asian accents such as slow-cooked wagyu beef cheek, sakura ebi pasta (above) and nutella bar dessert.

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A veteran of restaurants such as Ember and the former Pierside, chef Hoe offers his own repertoire of mostly mod-European fare with Asian accents such as slow-cooked wagyu beef cheek, sakura ebi pasta and nutella bar dessert (above).

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A veteran of restaurants such as Ember and the former Pierside, chef Hoe offers his own repertoire of mostly mod-European fare with Asian accents such as slow-cooked wagyu beef cheek, sakura ebi pasta and nutella bar dessert.

Hue and cry over fusion

Violet Herbs' purple-soaked digs may be a tad overwhelming but chef-owner Edward Hoe's affordable fine-dining concept aims to please.
Mar 2, 2015 5:50 AM

NEW RESTAURANT

Violet Herbs

81 Tras Street

Tel: 6221 3988

Open daily for lunch and dinner: 11.30am to 3pm; 6pm to 10pm

WHEN you step into Violet Herbs, it becomes immediately

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