Came here for a sunday walk from the mrt through the park to arrive here in half an hour's time. It was crowded on a sunday evening, as i can imagine probably 25% of the people in punggol came here to hang out, lol.
I like the fact that the restaurant is next to the reservoir, which gives the place a very serene feel. However, because it was so busy, you will need to wait often to catch the staff's attention.
Food quality is not bad, although I would say its a bit pricey with regards to where they are situated. Food variety is quite plentiful, including western delights and local dishes. We were feeling pretty hungry after our walk, so ordered the spicy NZ mussles to try out, coz we saw other tables and it was looking so delicious with the melted cheese on it. SO essentially, this dish is a kind of fusion, with mussels bakes with sambal and then cheese on top. I thought the flavour went pretty well together, although i think the mussels were not as fresh as it should be.
We also ordered the garlic bread to start, which was surprisingly good! Crispy and the garlic spreaad waas very flavourful.
For mains, I had the Jumbo chicken cheesy sausage, which was what its name suggested. It also came with a side of salad, which was actually the main reason why I ordered that. I wanted to order a fish but requested to change the potatoes to salad but they could not accede to that request(thumbs down for that).
My boyfriend ordered the barramudi, which came with rice and spicy sauce with some sauteed vegetables. It was good, and fish was quite a good portion as well.
Given that the restaurant is quite out of place, I might not go back soon, but because of the reasonable food and lovely atmosphere, I would recommend people to give it a try.
Spicy NZ Mussels,Jumbo Chicken cheesy sausage,Barrumudi
Table Wait Time: 15 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Feb 23, 2014
Spending per head: Approximately $25(Dinner)Other Ratings: