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2016-03-20 21 views
We were here for a food-tasting session on a thursday evening. The location is not so accessible via the public transport. It's not near the MRT station and there's only 1 bus number at its nearest bus stop. But if you drives, it's still ok since the restaurant is facing a open air carpark.We were served 3 drinks - Nojito, Thai Milk Tea and Lemon Tea. I opted for Nojito since it was the most unique among the drinks. It's a non-alcoholic version of the commonly known Mojito. It was refreshing but
This was their Korean version of fried chicken. Tender but spicy. Hey, I aint fan of korean fried chicken. Bandung Pasta, which I didnt get to eat coz there was only 1 serving of each dish to share among us. Briyani Lamb Shank. It smelt really great when it was served on the table, but the taste fell short. The rice was okay but the lamb got a strong mutton taste which the spices didnt manage to conceal. The portion was big (meant for 2-3 pax to share) but we didnt manage to finish it. Ocean D Venue. In other words, fish n chips. The fish was okay without having a thick batter although I prefered the fries. Haha. Ong Bak Pasta. This was probably the best dish that I had that was worth recommending. It was creamy with a tinge of tom yum taste. It was actually better than the one that we had at 49seat which was recommended for tom yum pasta. We had waffles and chocolate fondue for desserts. Dont really like the waffles which was too soft/soggy for me, I like my waffles to be crispy at the outside and fluffy inside. Chocolate Overload Milkshake. This was quite disappointing as it tasted more of chocolate milk than chocolate milkshake.