As soon as we sat down we poured over the menu like hungry people do. I like how they named some of their dishes after old children's stories like Mary's Little Lamb and Three Little Pigs. What I also liked was when we asked if we could have a taste of the house red (a Malbec) before we decide on a bottle of wine, they actually brought out two tasting glasses for us to try! We ended up with a bottle of the Shiraz Cabernet for Sgd 55.
The food came out at lighting speed which suited us just fine.
From bottom left in a clockwise direction...
My favourite mains of the night - The Aglio Olio Bratwurst Sausage. Al dente and Cooked with garlic and bacon. Yum!
TM Ribs - Tender and juicy but ordinary
Three Little Pigs - The meat was tender and was nicely marinated. Served with an awesome Garlic Aioli.
We were stuffed but a dinner cannot end without dessert! You know it's good when there's silence at the table.
It was a burst of flavours for me; the not too buttery crust, bitter chocolate, sweet caramel and ended with the sea salt. I would highly recommend just popping a decent bite size portion in to your mouth and let the flavours burst forth.
The best dish of the night goes to.... *drum rolls*..... Sea Salt Chocolate Caramel Tart
12 North Canal Road
#01-01 Singapore 048825