The set lunch
I was attracted to the $9.90++ set lunch . You get to choose with a pasta, pizza or chicken as main course . Each set comes with garlic bread, salad & a glass of iced peach tea.
Upon seated, 3 different menus were placed on the table . The Menus- Set Lunch, Ala Carte & dessert & beverages. An order form is also provided ( tick along the dishes you want for the lunch sets). They offer a wide selections of salads & appetizers which I took a while to glance through. Even for the main course, it allows you to choose the type of sauce to go along with your steak, meat or fish.
Lenas adopt a ‘‘DIY” concept where *everything is placed on the dining table and you would have to ”serve” yourself.
* Cups for you to refill water , plates, bowls, serviette, utensils, seasonings, credit card holders ..etc
A $ 5 top up is required for the salad buffet if you order a main course. A small bowl is given to you & pile as much as you want! *Only one time is allowed. The usual greens , dressings & condiments. They do provide hard boiled egg, mashed potatoes and garlic bread.
Garlic bread & grilled tomatoes
I didn’t enjoy the garlic bread as it was slightly on the dry side.
Basil pesto chicken ($11++)
Do note that the main courses are served with only a small grilled tomato alongside.
The chicken was well grilled (imo), the meat was juicy, especially the parts under the skin. The chicken was well marinated and the basil sauce is just for dipping purpose.
The chicken skin was incredibly crispy, which reminds me of roast pork skin… sinful indulgence!
Verdict: I can’t really give my verdict now since I only had the grilled chicken. There were -ve reviews about LENAS but I guess its all about consistency and personal preference. Perhaps I would return again to try the range of appetizers they offer and then give my verdict.
Keep it up!