On a Friday night, without booking, luckily there’s table here at a awarded popular restaurant in town.
Love how they decorated with big portraits of celebrities on the wall and back of menu.
Fancy wine decanter that I will never understand. This wine from 2011 cost 585 plus tax, and I’m really not sure. Especially after the quick average climax and drop real fast like is been under the sun.
Cheese puff and olive bread is both soft and warm your heart.
Fresh salty, lightly sweet and crispy fin de claire oysters.
Good matching with the blue cheese like cheese with avocado and the herbs!
Nice seasoned crab cake with its own saltiness. Crispy on the outside, juicy and mouthful meaty inside.
Mac and cheese taste a little dry to us, milky more then cheesy.
Their lamb chop is amazingly grilled and seasoned on the outside, the lamb itself taste absolutely juicy, tender and got a lovely aroma.
But the first time when it serve, is too raw like Is very hard to cut through with their steak knife. But then I made the wrong decision to send it back to the kitchen and ask for a sec more on the grill.
The second time came out medium and after awhile with the own heat, it turns to medium well.
Beside of the big portion of this desert, the kaya, coconut and pandan is just perfect.
The service was very good here through the whole night, even we talk about our feeling of the wine and food.