Awaiting you in this chic restaurant is a smorgasbord of Japanese and Thai flavours fused into creative fare.
A healthy opener of pomelo salad is refreshingly tasty with its vibrant mix of pomelo, lettuce, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, baby spinach and tuna. The saucy scallop is a unique small serve that’s well presented and tasty, whereas the black rice convincingly demonstrates the creativity of the chef with its raw egg sitting atop black rice colourfully surrounded by greens and semi-raw prawns.
A creatively named platter, the 3 Musketeers consists of three different but complementary small bites of emperor, crab and chicken karaage mantaos (Chinese-type buns). It is inventively plated and each version is delicious in its own way. Moving to the main course, another quirkily-named dish awaits in the guise of Sheep Thrills, a roasted New Zealand baby lamb rack that is nicely cooked, yielding a tender and delicious finish.
The creative naming convention spills over to dessert, with the Bloody Cendol taking the cake. Rest assured, it is so named for its beetroot content that turns the refreshing concoction into a rose-coloured solution.