Saturday, 23 November 2013

The Chop House

The Chop House. A slightly lower tiered restaurant under the Wooloomooloo Group which houses the famous Wooloomooloo Steakhouse from Hong Kong. The ambience was country and pleasant. But the staff could try to be a little friendlier without their strict faces.

 <Pumpkin Soup>

Excellent! Velvety and full of pumpkin sweetness. The croutons added a good crunch and toasty depth to the soup as well. I will definitely recommend anyone to try this.

 <Crispy Calamari>

The squids were fresh and the tartar sauce tangy. But the coating on the outside kept falling off the squid. I guess they probably didn't do a proper coating before frying them. From my understanding, it only falls off if you don't double coat them. As in, flour --> egg --> batter.

<Linguini Bolognese>

Though the pasta were those pre-made types, it was cooked to perfection. However, the bolognese was way way too salty. Remember to drink loads of water after that.

<Berkshire Pork Chop served with rhubarb jam, mustard and onion jam>

The highlight of the day! O.M.G! The pork chop is to die for! It is super tender, super moist and super flavourful. They got the balance of the hoisin and black bean chilli sauce spot on. It was one of those few times that I wish the meal could go on. I even picked up the bone and chomp on the bits on it. T__T But I suppose the only way you could have dislike this dish might be, if you prefer to taste the really porky flavour of the pork. Otherwise, there is no reason for you to not like this.

Ambience - Good
Food - Great
Cost - $40+
Overall - Must try!

1 Harbourfront Walk, #01-161-162 VivoCity, Singapore 098585

Opening Hours
Mon to Thurs: 12pm to 11pm
Fri, Sat and Eve of Public Holidays: 12pm to 12am
Sun and Public Holidays: 11am to 11pm

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...