These wings are boneless!
Foamed curry sauce and yoghurt brittle coupled with the crispy skins, tasted ordinary yet did the job.
Gamey taste lovers, this is for you.
The tender pulled confit lambs, accented with generous goat cheese cubes served on a ultra flaky & firm puff pastry sheet was hearty, and it pulled a great Mediterranean flavour overall.
This is my main course. Never an adventurous eater I am.
There were kingfish, salmon and seabass offered on the main course menu.
And I opt for seabass due to the artichokes really. Boy… I was very pleased with the well seasoned and crispy seared skin on the outside, tender flesh underneath. Hand cut chips were delicious as well.
As here on our friend’s braise beef cheek presentation and later on, the dessert too.
I thought the souffle fell short, elusive pistachio taste, ordinary milky chocolate tasting overall.
Served in a normal cappuccino cup, the pricing was not quite justified. Texture was alright.
I must say this unassuming looking dessert took us all by surprise.
Soft & refined orange infused chocolate cake, broken up. Dotted with dark chocolate mousse (more please!it’s written on the title), and dotted with even more heavily brandied cherries, oh so good, they popped in your mouth.
Great taste, texture and surely a humble presentation.
Will I be back? Sure!
Since you’re in Tiong Bahru, explore the newly opened indie shops and cafes.
Walk straight on from ODP, you will see Forty Hands, Social Haus (beside ODP), Books Actually, Strangelets, Bhutan, Centre PS, walk further to find Tiong Bahru Bakery, The Orange Thimble and Drips Bakery Cafe.
19 Yong Siak Street
(Yong Siak View)
Tel: +65 6221 9307