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2014-04-17 169 views
It's not elite in its industry, but Ambush can be said to be one of my favourite go-to place for pastas. Why? I love it for its consistency, professional service, and the succinct menu that has one of each type of pasta that I may be craving for.This is probably my fifth (or is it sixth?) time at Ambush - so many times, I lost count. This is my favourite dish - the Tiger Prawn & Bacon - Garlic Butter & Pine Nuts which I recommended to my friend - which already has my stamp of approval. A slight
This is probably my fifth (or is it sixth?) time at Ambush - so many times, I lost count. This is my favourite dish - the Tiger Prawn & Bacon - Garlic Butter & Pine Nuts which I recommended to my friend - which already has my stamp of approval. A slight garlic buttery sheen over the spaghetti noodles and the peeled (Oh, the number one tip to convince a lazy eater to eat prawns) lovely fresh juicy yummy prawns had me wolfing it down my throat at record speed. It's two thumbs up from me. I swear this dish can single-handedly bring me back to Ambush repeatedly. You know it's good when I think I can finish two portions at one go. This time, I went for the Norwegian Salmon Fillet with Thai Basil Sauce which was a little heavy on the flavours, a tangle of sour tomato sauce and white sugar sweetness to balance out the sourness. All these flavours overwhelmed any of the basil herb tastes that may be present. The Norwegian salmon was quite dry, but overall it was okay. I don't think I will recommend this to anyone.
The Mocha at Ambush has much higher chocolate content than any of the other mochas I've tried before, yet its caffeine taste is not lost on it. A little too sweet but I still like it quite a lot.