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2013-02-26 15 views
It’s my second visit to Table Manners and this time round with my sisters and friends. We headed over after the NATAS fair at Expo for a quick dinner.We were seated at outdoor area as there are no available seats for 7 persons. Since it was only 7plus, there is happy hour promotion for all snacks @ S$6.00 flat except for two snacks – Grilled Asparagus with bacon skewers with truffle oil & parmigiano & Snacks sampler. Snacks that we ordered :- Truffle Chicken Bites @ S$8.50. Crunchy & crispy truf
Snacks that we ordered :-
Truffle Chicken Bites @ S$8.50. Crunchy & crispy truffle chicken with salty taste. It would be best to serve as drinking snack. Ebiko Mussels @ S$6.50. The mussels taste delicious with the ebiko paste as topping. Loving the ebiko paste and the combination with the pilaf rice as presentation. As for the main course, we have Louisiana Fried Chicken @S$16.00. Southern fried chicken with truffle fries, garlic aioli and house salad. The fried chicken was kinda hard when I want to cut into small pieces. However, the crunchiness skin and the meat texture was just nice to enjoy. The truffle fries portion was quite generous as well. I would love to have more house salad though. Chicken Parmigiana @S$17.00. Breaded chicken leg topped with tomato sauce, gratinated mozzarella with mash potato and house salad. The tomato sauce was insufficient for the whole breaded chicken leg. Thus, the overall taste is a bit dry. Three Little Pigs @S$16.00. Breaded pork cutlet with garlic aioli, mash potato and house salad. The crispy breaded outer skin and the inner meat tender was nicely done. Taste wise is just fine for my friend. Sis had Norwegian Baked Salmon @S$20.00 where baked salmon with garlic miso mayo, mash potato and mushroom ragout was served.The baked salmon has the fragrance smell of the garlic miso and the salmon texture was just perfect. Jambalaya @S$16.00 which is the combination of seafood and chicken wings cooked in spicy tomato sauce and served with a bowl of pilat rice. It’s more of fusion cuisine for this dish. Price wise is decent with the portion given but definitely not a pick for us. Dinner ended well with the total bill of S$140.65 inclusive of the 10% service charges and 7% GST charges. It still one of the dinning choice for its ambience and environment and decent price. If you are around Changi Point Shopping mall, why not drop by for a try?