17 Oct 2011 • 12 reviews • 41 followers
Was here for Restaurant Week. My photos at http://yufood.tumblr.com
Started with the famous walnut foccacia bread with feta cheese and sundried tomatoes. This was really a treat, with a crisp crust and warm, soft and fluffy center. We started the meal with Crab meat Tartare with Avocado and Herbs Oil, which I thought was good, but nothing very special.
On the other hand, I was blown away by the entree - Homemade Angel Hair tossed with Tiger Prawns and Salmon in Basil Tomato Sauce. The pasta was slightly overcooked and not exactly al dente, but the tomato base was just divine. The prawns were juicy and succulent. I really couldn't ask for more - though I really wanted a bigger portion haha.
I had the Grilled Korubata Pork Loin served with Tuscan style Potato in Barolo Sauce for my main course, and it was terribly disappointing. The potatoes were fine, but the pork loin was so unusually tough and dry, I had to return it because I just couldn't stomach it. So I ended up having the Pan-roasted Atlantic Seabass Fillet served with Sautéed spinach and Slow-cooked Roma Tomato instead, which was alright.
Dessert was Pannacotta with Wild Berry Salsa which was pretty delicious. I typically don't like pannacotta because they always seem to serve it with caramel sauce but the wild berry sauce complemented the sweetness well, giving the dessert a slight tinge of sour.
Service was a little inattentive, but if you want a quiet night out that's nothing much to complain about.