Calvin Wong 463 •
06 May 2012 • 15 reviews • 0 follower
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The Italian bread olive dip was complementary but it was nonetheless wonderful. The olive dip had diced garlic which enhanced the flavour of the condiment. It’s really like having garlic bread but this one is smoother and more balsamic. A great way to whet your appetite. Good job so far Othello’s!
It’s E favourite combination. Egg’s Benedict ($14.00)
and Cappuccino ($5.50)
, no two ways about it! Eggs Benny was a humongous affair, a serving fit for two people. Special praise has to be reserved for their Hollandaise sauce which was lip-smackingly good. It left a tinge of savoury sour taste in your mouth after each bite. However, the thick generous serving of Hollandaise sauce masked a major flaw. The poached egg was not well prepared. It almost resembled a semi-hardboiled egg with some of the yolk clumped together. In addition, the whites were a little too runny for our liking.
Their Pancakes ($10.00)
are not the biggest that I have seen. Each slice was the size of my palm, while perfectly charred, the pancake still remained soft and fluffy on the inside. Drench them with maple syrup and these pancakes are your perfect pick me ups in the morning. With an additional $3, you land yourself with 2 pieces of Chipolatas as an accompaniment.