I visited bliss restaurant because of some good reviews here but i was shocked at the standard of the food. The food was so bad it actually made me create an account to post this. I went to the kovan branch, perhaps the AMK one is better. The food i ordered was the beef with prawns on the hot stone and the lamb shank.
Immediately after the first bowl of food was served, i started to feel worried about the rest of the orders. The soup was microwaved! Some parts of the soup were scalding hot while some areas of the soup was almost cold. The bread pieces were salty and hard. Next came the beef, the meat was not seasoned with any salt at all and did not taste good. On the side was a generous helping of scalding hot microwaved whipped potato, characterized by soft base/center but hard and dry edges. To be fair, the lamb shank had a pretty nice sauce. However, the meat was very dry and hard, with a rubbery texture.
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