Chance led me to the advertisement from Facebook of a uniquely named restaurant, “House on the Moon,” and the enticing featured images swiftly catapulted it to the top of my must-try list.

Departing from the conventional, this establishment revolves around the concept of dessert dining, arousing my curiosity. Upon reaching out with inquiries, the responses were prompt and comprehensive, setting a positive tone.

The actual visit unfolded as a personalized experience. Stepping into the open-concept restaurant, I was personally greeted by the chef, adding a touch of formality before he skillfully gave the order to the cook to ignite the wok. Positioned at a corner, the chef observed with keen interest as another team diligently assembled each dish, transforming it into a work of art.

Every slurp resonated with deliciousness, and each bite burst with flavor. The true charm lay in the hidden tastes that delicately crept up the palate – hints of cinnamon, ginger, and the awakening essence of Tom Yum drizzled on the soup froth. Concerned about dessert sweetness, I discovered the balance was perfect, with the subtle aroma of baked Parmesan crisp playing an unexpected yet complementary role.

The unique experience lived up to its name, offering a cozy atmosphere with a limited seating capacity of up to 14 patrons, making the bar seating area especially intimate and meticulously attended to. Each detail, from the personalized chef interaction to the carefully crafted flavors, contributed to a dining adventure that echoed the uniqueness implied by its name.

As I departed “House on the Moon,” I found myself marveling at the fusion of creativity and culinary expertise, leaving with not just a satisfied palate but a memorable dining story to share. A hidden gem discovered, an exquisite rendezvous with dessert innovation, and a chef’s passion unfolded in every carefully orchestrated dish.

Food was so so good! I throughly enjoyed it for my birthday dinner. Restaurant has a refreshing concept and chef was very accommodating. Flavours and texture is interesting and complimentary. The menu changes according to season. I would definitely recommend it and looking forward to the next season’s menu already!

Had the Nostalgia dinner set that’s inspired by winter. Fantastic and creative dishes with a nice variety of unique tastes. Favourites were Frost (scallop with tom yum cream and mushroom), the last leaf (smoked duck with orange and potato), and tree bark ravioli (beef cheeks with chestnut and coffee). Most memorable for the palette was Shirakawa – a combination of mochi, crispy roasted rice, ice cream and plum that works surprisingly well.

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Tried almost all of the dessert here and it is definitely the best dessert concept place I’ve ever been to in Singapore.
Every dishes paired with its tea and comes in specific taste. The staff was nice to explain the ingredients. I like to sit at the bar and watch the chef preparing the dishes in front of me.
The restaurant decoration might not be good as other places but trust me the taste, service, food decoration and ingredients they using are definitely worth the price. Would come back when I return to Sg to try their set menu and new items.

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