Sunday, 21 October 2012


 <Rosti with Sour Cream - Garden>

It is tasty with the potato crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. What more can you ask of a rosti? It is just the way I like it! Do make sure you have someone sharing this with you, otherwise your tummy may just be filled up too quickly.

 <Adana Kebab - Turkey>

The Kebab is a mixture of lamb and beef. Really tasty with loads of spices and topped off with yogurt making it a perfect combination. However, I found the meat a little overcooked making it a little tough. The rice that accompanied it was well-marinated but tasted a bit like barley... O.o Took a bit of getting use to. Haha

 <Doner Kebab Beef - Turkey>

Similar to the other Kebab, the beef here is also slightly on the tougher and drier side. Maybe it is how they prefer their meat to be. But overall, the taste saves the day!

 <Beef and Apple Tajines - Moroccan>

An unusual combination? Maybe so, but it tasted not bad either. The gravy would go well with rice in my opinion. The beef here is slightly more tender and has a lighter taste to it.

 <Wagyu Rump Steak - French>

Didn't get to taste this, but my parents said the beef was kinda tough. That could be because they ordered medium-well though. Generally, the looks of it is not too bad.

 <Seafood Grigliata - Greece>

Loads of seafood here. Salmon, Sea Bream, Sea Bass, Mussels and Prawns served with a bed of mashed potato and grilled eggplants. Everything was done to perfection. Taste was good, seafood was fresh and the portion was huge too.

 <Churros - Dessert>

Let's go a little local style here. I would describe this as "You tiao", the chinese fried dough. Okay, maybe not. Its actually more like longish donuts coated with sugar and served with chocolate sauce. A light and tasty dessert.

 <Lychee Rose Panna Cotta - Dessert>

My wife loved this, but I think it was quite average. Slightly on the sweet side, the taste of the lychee totally overpowered the taste of rose. I didn't get any taste of rose at all. But I must say that it was quite refreshing to have at the end of the meal.

 <Chocolate Eclair - Dessert>

Definitely the most disappointing dessert out of the 4. The pastry was dry and the cream was dull. A total waste of calories.

<Baklava - Dessert>

This was the dessert I wanted to try most. Hailing from the exotic country of Morocco, this dessert is mainly made from layers of filo pastry and pistachio nuts and topped with tons and tons of never-ending sugar syrup. I think it tasted quite alright for my first try as I wasn't sure what to expect. It was a little heavy to have at the end of a filling meal though. So keep at least 20% of your stomach capacity before you attempt this.

Ambience - Good
Food - Good
Cost - $15+
Overall - Worth a try

9 Raffles Boulevard #01-46/47/55/56 Millenia Walk Singapore 039596

Opening Hours
11.30am to 12midnight

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