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My first time to the restaurant thanks to Restaurant week promotion. It replaced a coffee house which used to occupy the same unit. Costs $35++ and came with a starter, main course and dessert.
Comes with complimentary plate of raw carrot, cucumber, olives and some kind of pickled legume. Went well with food.
Starter: mixed platter including hummus (2 types of preparations), falafel, fresh salad and this basket of thin white puffy bread. (forgive me for not providing the accurate name of this bread). I certainly enjoyed savouring the bread with hummus and fresh salad. The main course appeared faster than expected.
Main: mixed kebabs of lamb, chicken and mushroom with rice in spices served atop thin slice of unleavened bread with grilled onions and tomato. The meat went very well with the provided bbq sauce.
Overall, the portion was certainly quite generous and I was feeling quite glad that I've managed to finish my portion before I was reminded that there's still dessert!
Baklava (dessert) was this thinly layered phyllo dough pastry filled with grounded pistachio nuts which came in bite size. Not too sweet. Quite nice actually!
From the whiteboard hanging in the restaurant, they seem to celebrate Ladies Night with free house pour on Thu. You can check it out.
Lunch, Dinner, After Work, Chillout, Vibrant/Noisy, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, People Watching
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