This place warrants a meaty experience.
Come here hungry,
and I recommend at least a group of four if you want to try other dishes apart from their signature sticky ribs.
I didn’t quite taste any yoghurt in the lassi but it was sure a refreshing pre-dinner drink at the bar area.
The tasty seafood stock was strong, a good start .
The creamy mushroom soup was every bit of mushroom, not watery at all.
A refreshing and palette cleansing starter before moving on to the heavier dishes.
The fresh watermelon cubes added a lot of juicy bites to the overall salad bowl.
You would have thought these were pop corn chicken , the marinated pork chunks were very tender.
The light coat of batter was a little uncanny, in a good way, it contained fermented bean curd in the batter.
Curious? Try it out, you won’t regret it.
The melted cheese combine all the smoky grilled vegetables within.
I would love to have this for lunch anytime.
Oh yes, value set lunch is priced at under S$10++ (check in store) for a main and a drink.
The crispy skin and firm flesh underneath, paired with the unexpected ginger flavoured rice, pretty comforting.
This was my favourite!
I would love to have mashed or baked potato in place of the rice really.
I was surprised to find the beer battered fish to be delicious.
The crispy and light coat of batter was well executed, whereas the white fish inside was flaky and moist.
Also, I enjoyed the huge chicken cheese sausage (orangy one above).
The succulent spring chicken was really flavourful, inside out.
Mashed potato was the natural pairing to a good ol’ roast chicken.
The platter here is priced at about S$119++ onward, easily good for 4 persons of normal appetite.
Kudos to this super sized chocolate molten cake.
It was perfect for two chocoholics sharing, easily double the size of the ones served at any other restaurant without chocolatey goodness being compromised.
The vanilla bean dotted ice-cream scoop was just as large as the cake.
Remember, come here starving!