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Sis Kebab Musakka Houmus with Pita Bread
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等級4 2016-06-24
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Located in sand crawler, about 5 minutes walk from one-north mrt is Arkadas Cafe. The entrance to the cafe is accessed via the side road. It's pretty hidden and you can even see a water fall outisde of the cafe from the dining area.The staff are very friendly and during a weekday office hour lunch, they aren't too crowded, which is great for office meetings with business clients. The ambience is comfortable and the menu is pretty extensive.1. Lamb PideThis was recommdned to my party of 3. The lamb was deliciously juicy and the cheese was addictive. The pide itself was crispy like a thin crust pizza with a slight crunch on the ends. 2. Lunch set soupThe soup was flavourful but not too salty. Definitely not from a can. The soup had a subtle fragrance of a vegetable soup.3. Turkish coffee and baklavaTurkish coffee is literally the strongest coffee I know of. There's so much coffee with so little water and served with baklava which is a very very sweet turkish dessert. Bitter plus overly sweet dessert equals a great end to any meal.4.  HumusTheir humus was smooth and delightful. I really liked it and reminded me of my time in Israel. Just wished felt that it was abit overpriced for such a small serving.5. Kebab wrap6. Moussaka *highly recommended*The cheese here is so addictively good. I've had this twice over a period of 3 months. The top of the cheese is cooked and burnt to perfection and has a nice crisp to it. The insides of the cheese layer is smooth and gooey just the way I like it. There's tons of minced meat and vegetables underneath the layers of cheese.The rice is extremely fragrant and flavourful. Do choose the rice as you have an option between rice and bread for this moussaka.Overall: a great dining experience with a quiet and comfortable air conditioned environment, tucked away in a corner of one-north. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)
photos and more: http://andmorefood.wordpress.com/2013/06/11/arkadas-cafe-one-north/This place was a gem – expert, wholesome cooking coming out of a tiny kitchen. reasonable prices and decent portions too.We started off with warm fluffy pide and hummus; the bread was crusty and delicious, the hummus decent.I had a grilled chicken breast: moist and tender – at a standard I would expect from a restaurant. my friends had the adana kebab (a lamb-beef mix) and the baked rice – both of which went down easily enough.We finished with baklava – and while it wasn’t the best I’ve had, it’s more than I expected. The pastry was sweet though not tooth-achingly so, and moistened just enough for the filo layers to still be discernible. I remember a slight floury after-texture, but nothing off-putting.A tiny, unpretentious, but immensely likable café – and gratifyingly close to the gastronomic wasteland of my workplace. I see repeat visits in my gastronomic crystal ball. 繼續閱讀
(以上食評乃用戶個人意見 , 並不代表OpenRice之觀點。)