2012-12-14 28 瀏覽
This outlet was recently opened and the friends and i were there to check out the place. There is a sign hanging outside the restaurant which says that children are not allowed in the premises. Neither is slippers and shorts. It is tucked away at one corner and you will missed it easily as its located after a flight of stairs with a board saying 'Ann Siang Hill', there isnt a PS Cafe signboard anywhere near. The ambience of the restaurant is classy and its dark at the 3rd level, it is more of a
It is tucked away at one corner and you will missed it easily as its located after a flight of stairs with a board saying 'Ann Siang Hill', there isnt a PS Cafe signboard anywhere near.
The ambience of the restaurant is classy and its dark at the 3rd level, it is more of a place for business meeting or drinks than a group gathering. The candles on the table doesnt help much either.
We had the big nihon salad - its soy cured salmon with julienne kodocha, edamame, pea shoots, buckwheat noodles, cucumber, tofu & tomatoes tossed with caramelised ginger & toasted goma vinagrette. I am not a fan of buckwheat noodles but the noodles in this salad was amazingly good! Not sure what they did exactly to the salmon which they roll it up, its a piece of heaven. The salad portion is huge and its extremely filling for one. Good to share but it wont be enough!
Beef Burgundy pie is slow braised tender beef & mushrooms in red wine witH butter mash potato & glazed spring vegetables. Generous portion of beef, however, i cant taste the red wine at all. Personally, i find this dish a little too much for me, though the mash potato was not bad.
Rotisserie chicken is white wine marinated whole spring chicken roasted with thyme, rosemary, garlic, and a hint of parma served with choice of 2 sides. We chose fries and i cant remember another side, but i remembered that rotisserie chicken is another dish which i will go back for, other than the nihon salad.
We also had the original laksa pesto. Its spaghetti tossed with laksa pesto, coconut cream, king prawns & fishcakes topped with long bean sambal coriander & chilli. Dont like pesto but this dish is not bad, the laksa and pesto blended well together, not too rich and still able to taste both different flavors.
We had about 6 slices of cake after that and i ended with a cake coma for the first time. I dont really remember what we had except the key lime pie. Well, if you like sour stuff, you gotta try it! Worth every penny! Ended the evening with a muddy mojito.
The service is so so and parking is a bitch at this branch.