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2017-01-05 305 views
The restaurant was tiny in size with about 19 counter seat, 6 bar seats, and chef table which could seat 8. The day before I checked its website, and was able to make a reservation for its counter seat. As I was one of its first customers of the day, I was able to get the first seat next to the cashier, with a great view of the open kitchen.Smoked Quail Egg and Caviar ($12+)Gone in a mouthful, it was an exciting moment in the mouth, although one could not help feeling that it was quite expensive
Gone in a mouthful, it was an exciting moment in the mouth, although one could not help feeling that it was quite expensive for an egg. Duck Hearts and Peri Peri ($8+)
I was not quite a fan of duck hearts and expecting it to be quite spicy, but it tasted chewy with a hint of spices. Beef Marmalade and Pickles ($14+)
Very nice with the freshly cooked marmalade on the toast, but a tab messy to eat. Burnt Ends' Sanger ($20+)
Pulled Pork Shoulder, Cole Slaw, Chipotle Aioli, Brioche Bun
I had this takeaway after looking at most other customers having it. It was huge and packs lots of meat in it with lots of flavours in it. Almost could not finished it. Onglet, Burnt Onion and Bone Marrow ($32.10+)
I like that the steak was served sliced which made it easy to eat with a fork. I was not a fan of bone marrow due to its gel like appearance but it tasted great with the meat. Berry Tart ($12+)
It was the dessert item of the day. Served with chantilly cream, although I wish there was vanilla ice cream to go with it. Looked simple, it tasted quite good without too tart. I like the part just before the crust which gave a kind of chewy bite.
Overall food was great. Although the counter seats were full, the place was not too noisy and just nice for a meal.