After returning from a few months abroad, it was comforting to find that one of our favourite local restaurants was still as good as it always has been. You really can’t go past the fluffy, creamy, tasty crab omlette, followed by succulent Peking duck pancakes, the surplus of which is then put into the best Singapore noodles I’ve had anywhere! As we arrived earlier at Happy Hour, we enjoyed a couple of margheritas and then a lovely bottle of vouvray. We shared a fragrant sago pudding with passion fruit and pandan for dessert. Our charming and interesting waiter gave us amaro ‘on the house’.
A couple of the staff are not as engaging as this young man and they did forget our side of greens. Also, we sat inside, rather than out, beside the heaters and street, thinking it still too cold. However, I would always choose to be outside, as the neon light artwork on the wall throws that alienating hue, which reminds me of being back in the uni library, late at night, writing assignments!! The music soundtrack is terrific and nostalgic for we baby boomers, but we sat just below the speaker making it a tad noisy.
Otherwise, a great little restaurant that has maintained its high standard over the years.
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