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2014-09-12 21 views
The Royal Mail Restaurant & Bar established in year 2012 has revamped their menu recently.The bar area is situated on the ground floor and the restaurant itself is on the second level. The bar area is comfortable and cosy which makes a perfect chill place after work hours.This new facelift introduces new specialty cocktails and British-inspired tapas on its menu.We had a great night sampling all the new cocktails on the menu, which was launched after a three months of hard work by the kitchen an
This new facelift introduces new specialty cocktails and British-inspired tapas on its menu.
We had a great night sampling all the new cocktails on the menu, which was launched after a three months of hard work by the kitchen and bar team. Customers can expect an appetizing range of speciality cocktails, a well-curated range of whiskeys and spirits, as well as bar grub that boast modern British sensibilities.
Snapshots of the drinks that we tried that night! Agent 006 - Muddled Lime Juice, Sugar and Mint leaves, with Rum and Lychee Juice with a burning stream of Bacardi 151. Loving the taste of it!My favourite too!
Plum Job-Sour Plum Powder shaken with Vodka and Sprite, garnished with a Sour Plum for a lingering taste. It is quite addictive too.
Complementing the drinks, bar grab menu are available for serving as well. Old Fashioned Spice, a perennial favourite which was given a slightly sweetened aftertaste with the deft infusion of honey and clove. Definitely one of my favourite! The Beef Steak is an irresistible choice especially when indulged with the accompaniment of Spicy Crab-Tomato and Béarnaise sauces.
BBQ Sweet & Spicy Meat Balls and Shrimp Paste Chicken Drumlets.
Sauteed Chorizo Sausages & Toasted Bread
Sweet Potato Chips served with Onion and Shallot Salsa.
Beer Battered Calamari Rings with Wasabi Alioli sauce.
Garlic Bread which is served in unique way. I felt it was over toasted and dry to my liking.
Straight Cut Fries with Truffled Mayo.
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