The latest in hot new concepts to sprout up in the CBD, FYR Cycene Ond Drinc (you can just call it FIRE Kitchen And Drink) takes rustic dining back to its flame-founded roots.
Blame it on the faddy Paleo Diet or gluten free revolution, but it seems that dining is taking a page from the history books lately, and we mean going way, way back. Prehistoric dining perhaps did not produce the most glamorous of plates, however, there’s no doubt it was based on the essential elements of fire, just-caught provisions and cultural tastes. This is the type of down right tasty cooking that FYR boldly encourages with its far-fetched name but very well-grounded dishes.
Using the Josper grill with lychee wood for a hint of the exotic, FYR creates carnal dishes that are unexpectedly refined. The Baked Freshly-Shucked Oysters has notes of customary chili padi along with paprika and lime to elevate the sea-fresh morsels to new levels of deliciousness. The Grain-fed US Holstein Cow Ribeye 365 Days is a handsome hunk of a cut, with intricately spiced Java Curry and a hot buttered cassava on the side. The Whole Maine Lobster is another beauty to behold and taste, with indulgent béchamel sauce imparting unforeseen flavours of lemongrass. Don’t miss out on lunch, weekend and dessert selections crafted with the same fascinating mindset. With frequently updated selections, FYR is one trendsetter that’s here to stay. (Apr 2015)