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Was given a chance to visit Boathouse during Valentines Day, and it was what I have been longing from a long time. Their set meal for a couple costed about $209, lasting for a 3 course meal.
Wanted to get the indoor seating as it seems to be more classy and has a more pretty decor, but due to full seating, we had no choice but to head to the outdoor seats. Hence, photos are quite bad due to poor lighting condition.
First course options are Huitre, and Canard. The former is actually a soup based appetizer and soup texture is rather smooth! The latter is a salad type having duck confit in it, which is savory!
Second course options are boeuf, and saumon. The former highlights the beef, which is soft and chewy, quite to my liking. The latter highlights the pan-roasted salmon. Salmon is soft, and not overcooked, compact and juicy!
The third course options are myrtille, and le'ispahan. The former is more on blueberry flavor. Blueberry chessecake, blueberry muffin ice cream... And it's simply too yummy. Blueberry cravers should not miss this! The latter is less favorable than the former. Le'ispahan has rose &lychee tiramisu, raspberry coulis. Rose taste is too overwhelming, and making the whole dessert a little weird in taste. Unable to finish the le'ispahan, nd having a look round, most tables left this dessert unfinished.
Overall, service was good, and crew was very polite to diners though they were busy running here and there due to the crowd. Ambience is rather cosy if not for the crowd. Wouldn't mind heading there again but provided I get an indoor seating to fully enjoy the dining experience!
Date of Visit: Feb 14, 2013 Other Ratings: