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Jimmy Wong

Nice environment n food!

Cosy n good place for a family n friends to dine in. Food choice is not bad but plate presentation is a bit too simple & spacey, still it's ok considering a relaxing environment.
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Simple but I like the Tag saying it's cooking level.
08 Dec 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Nice environment n food!

Cosy n good place for a family n friends to dine in. Food choice is not bad but plate presentation is a bit too simple & spacey, still it's ok considering a relaxing environment.
28 Nov 2014 • 26 reviews • 0 follower

Nice brunch in the clouds with brillant view

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Love their eggs benedict. Brunch price is quite reasonable @ $40++ comes with an egg dish or pancakes/french toast, 2 sides of your choice,fresh juice, coffee or tea.
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14 Nov 2014 • 67 reviews • 0 follower

Salt Grill & Sky Bar

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One of the hot spot to romance your date.
 
 Salt Grill & Sky Bar by Luke Mangan (One of Australia Leading Chefs) located at 55th and 56th floors of ION Orchard, serving contemporary Australian cuisine in a spacious environment with magnificent view of the bustling Orchard Road.
 
 Accessing to the restaurant was make easier with the helpful staff, just proceed to the concierge desk at level 4 and they will direct you to a exclusive elevator that will take you up to level 55 directly in a short moment.

A signature dish across Luke Mangan's restaurant. The 'glass' Sydney crab omelette was impressive with the smooth yellow omelette cradling fresh succulent crab bits.  And Miso mustard broth was poured into the plate upon serving. Simply love this dish with enoki mushroom & herb salad as its garnishing. Yummy!

Tasting of pork is another interesting dish that comes with 4 items on plate. I was advised to dine from the left to right with the first item starring confit belly where its top layer was crispy while the subsequent layer was soft and chewy, not too oily.
 
 Next was its caramelized apple which reminds me of apple pie. A not too sweet version with an apple crunch.
 
 Following the 3rd item from the left, the braised cheek did whet my appetite for more, it seems like the small piece of it was just never enough. Braised and infused to its meat yet retaining itsnatural sweetness and juiciness. Meat was soft and I wish I could have more on the plate.
 
 With the bacon wrapped loin as the last item, it perfect the dish to the so called named "Tasting of Pork".