Not long ago I found myself dining in Garden of Eden.
After reading reviews from several bloggers, my buddy and I decided to come here for a try! We heard that they needed reservations for most of the tables inside but they do have other tables for walk-in customers. Initially we were skeptical as we thought that we may not get some good ambience, then later we find that we were given a really sweet spot!
Blisshouse Interior & Bar Area
The fairytail styled carriage was one of the many interesting assets they have. The bar corner was also a nice idea for customers who simply wanted peace and drinks. One of the staff recommended that we walked around the restaurant to take pictures if we want to, and we saw this situated in front of a mini-bridge.
Blisshouse Fountain Deco
The rest of the restaurant also provide customers with really lovely setting and this is probably why they strongly encouraged customers to book reservations in advance because ambience is one of the unique selling point of this restaurant.
Blisshouse Interior & View
Complimentary garlic bread was served before we even looked through the menu, service was really efficient.
Complimentary Starter Garlic Bread
My buddy decided to order the Carbonara ($18)
, it may be a tad bit expensive but I had a spoonful, and it was one of the best carbonara I've ever had! The linguine was cooked perfectly with hint of garlic and really flavourful bacon creamed sauce, topped with crispy bacon bits. The taste was simply unforgettable and a few days after this experience, I craved for carbonara for a few times, that says a lot because I'm not a fan of creamed pasta.
For myself, I went with the Orange Duck Confit ($28)
. The duck leg was marinated in orange and thyme then cooked to crisp-tender form, served with roasted potatoes and ratatouille and drizzled with orange sauce. I wished that the portion was larger because it was a really amazing dish! It's hard to describe in words so I would recommend that you could try it out yourself!
Orange Duck Confit ($28)
It's hard to believe when I rave to people that the food here are awesome because they tend to be always think that the restaurant would focus on the ambience and service more than food. But seriously, the food are what completes this restaurant. Overall, everything experienced here was more than satisfying and this may be the main reason why its called Blisshouse, because customers would definitely feel bliss throughout the way! Perfect place for couples or any other gatherings!
Carbonara,Orange Duck Confit
Spending per head: Approximately $30(Dinner)Other Ratings: