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FEAST FOR THE SENSES: 'We want to feed the eyes, feed the nose and then feed the stomach,' explains the Lebanese-British chef Joseph Cuakine of Layalina Privee, a semi-fine-dining Lebanese restaurant that opened on the third floor of Sultan Link building; lamb shanks (above) and roast fish.

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FEAST FOR THE SENSES: 'We want to feed the eyes, feed the nose and then feed the stomach,' explains the Lebanese-British chef Joseph Cuakine of Layalina Privee, a semi-fine-dining Lebanese restaurant that opened on the third floor of Sultan Link building; lamb shanks and roast fish (above).

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GROWING ITS REACH: Mr Brule will open an outpost here with a retail shop and a mini-cafe; the 62 square metre ground floor shop space will join Monocle's existing stores in London, New York, Toronto, Tokyo and Hong Kong in selling the magazine's popular selections of fashion and design collaborations.

New tastes in the neighbourhood

Two UK-based names make their first forays into Singapore's competitive F&B scene.
Dec 13, 2014 5:50 AM

Layalina Privee

MENTION Lebanese cuisine and the options you can find in Singapore are limited to casual shawarma kiosks and restaurants that bill themselves as "Mediterranean".

Hoping to plug the gap is Layalina Privee, a semi-fine-dining Lebanese restaurant that

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