The Aurum is a “molecular cuisine” eatery in Clarke Quay in Singapore.

The décor – a hospital theme complete with surgical lamps as feature lighting – is somewhat disturbing (to me anyway, as an eatery); but nonetheless consistent and well executed. I have been told that food and drink is served in surgical ware, and around the steel surgical tables, patrons are sat in golden wheelchairs. Of course.

And the congruency fail? Their premises is NOT wheelchair friendly!!!

(And while we are on the subject of restaurants, this is just weird. Is this sustainable differentiation at work?)