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2017-03-20 248 views
The restaurant was located in the ground floor of the Wanderlust hotel and was taken over by Meat Smith for 3 months until end of April 2017. Instead of the usual menu, it would be offering Southern American BBQ with an Indian flair cuisine. Besides its ala carte menu, it also offered 3 course lunch set priced at S$25++ and S$35++, which included a choice of appetizer : Na’an & Bombay Butter (ala carte S$4++), It looked quite oily but it was quite nice, although I would prefer it to be more cri
a choice of appetizer : Na’an & Bombay Butter (ala carte S$4++),
It looked quite oily but it was quite nice, although I would prefer it to be more crispy. Onion Bajji & Smoked Yoghurt (ala carte S$6++),
Looked quite dark but it was quite crispy and light with the yoghurt sauce. Crab & Saffron Biryani (ala carte S$24),
The rice pops were lack of crispiness and felt a tab flat (lau hong). It looked more like crab stick salad topped with rice pops.
a choice of main :
For Lunch Set A (S$25++):
MS Cheeseburger (ala carte $20++),
Tomato chutney, Indian pickles, American cheese on a Brioche Bun Lamb Vindaloo (ala carte S$38++/ 2pax)
(Smoked Lamb Shoulder, Chickpeas, Chopped Salad, Raita & Chapati),
The serving was huge. The lamb was thinly silced and there was no gamey taste. I like that it was served with refreshing yoghurt salad.
Kingfish Collar, Coconut Sambal & Eggplant (ala carte S18++)
For Lunch Set B (S$35++):
Kingfish Collar, Coconut Sambal & Eggplant (ala carte S18++),
Tandoori Chicken & CauliflowerPilaf (ala carteS$24++), Pork Ribs (Dry Spice or Madras) (ala carte S$26++),
The ribs was chunky, encased with a thick layer of paste. Tender and easy to slice through. Not too spicy but flavourful.
Beef Rendang (ala carte S$25++),
Beef Rib, Carrot & Fenugreek (Additional $20++) (ala carte S$85++/ 2pax) Served with Pumpkin & Kale Salad (ala carte S$8++)
The salad was packed with the sweetness of soft pumpkin and dried raisins. But it was a tab too much when the lamb vindaloo already served with a side of greens, which made this felt like a repeated dish. Accompanied the meal with Free Flow Masala Chai Tea (S$5++) which was available in both hot and iced. Felt that the taste of the tea was a tab too weak. Between 2 females, the food was a tab too much and we could not finish up.