My boyfriend and I recently visited the Kitchen for our anniversary dinner. Not only were we pleasantly surprised by the creative dishes served up here, but also how amazingly attentive the staff were. They offer their diners fresh new lunch and dinner sets ever so often to excite your senses and delight your palate. For us, we chose the Signature Dinner Set ($39.90 each) which included a 3-course meal.
What I Had
For starters, we had the Asian Lobster Bisque, concocted with rich coconut creme, crustacean broth, lemongrass and topped with freshly roasted lobster. Uber-creamy and rich in flavour.
For drinks, we got the Yellow Fever cocktail ($6) and a Karlsbrau beer ($6).
The Angus Steak Crostini, essentially a french baguette layered with chunks of Angus steak, chimichurri sauce and sour cream, was thoroughly delightful.
The most interesting dish, the Salmon & Ikura bowl. Made up of rice, a sizeable slab of salmon, sesame seeds and salmon roe, the dish was topped off with a mysterious green sauce which further enhanced the flavour of the fish.
The Crustacean Mac & Cheese was a pasta dish made with gooey cheddar and mozzarella cheese, topped with chunks of lobster and crab meat. Though I quite enjoyed the crustacean, the pasta itself was lil too charred for my liking and was overpowered by the smoky aroma.
For dessert, we both got the heavenly Cinnamon ‘Doughnuts’. The ‘Doughnuts’ were actually deep-fried mantou served along with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream, a drizzle of chocolate sauce and chopped peanuts.
What I Loved
If I’m a fan of anything, it is a creative menu. The dishes you find here will have its very own spin on it, making it quite the unique experience. The atmosphere here is quite literally described as fine dining with a casual twist. Along with an array of fine wines and beers, they also have delicious cocktails to celebrate any occasion of yours.
200 Victoria Street, #01-90/91
Bugis Junction, 188021
Mondays to Saturdays: 11.30AM-10.30PM