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Just last week, I had a great Christmas lunch at Spruce. The ambience was nice, the food was decent, and the company was wonderful! Feasting is mandatory during Christmas and we ordered a variety of food: (clockwise from top left) signature Spruce ahi tuna tartar ($21++), tagliatelle with kurobuta pork ($22++), beef short ribs ($29++), steak frites ($34++), roasted kurobuta pork chop ($35++), and marinated soy cod fish ($39++). Everyone enjoyed the food, lovely! I think it’s impossible not to en
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Just last week, I had a great Christmas lunch at Spruce. The ambience was nice, the food was decent, and the company was wonderful! Feasting is mandatory during Christmas and we ordered a variety of food: (clockwise from top left) signature Spruce ahi tuna tartar ($21++), tagliatelle with kurobuta pork ($22++), beef short ribs ($29++), steak frites ($34++), roasted kurobuta pork chop ($35++), and marinated soy cod fish ($39++). Everyone enjoyed the food, lovely! I think it’s impossible not to enjoy eating during the festive season, hee.

Desserts were slightly disappointing though. I had high hopes for them cuz they look so darn delicious. The Spruce sundae ($15++) was ordinary (Swensen’s does a meaner version easily); double chocolate crunch cake ($12++) was dry and the sea salt caramel filling was too mild to make any impact; and PS Cafe definitely makes a better steamed ginger date pudding ($12++) than Spruce~

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