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went there over a friend's invitation. The location is just off Chinatown in the hippy Jiak Chuan/Keong Saik area. Great area to bring a date as you walk past the vintage shop houses in the area.
For mains, we had the Jerk Chicken, Baby Back Ribs, Carribean fish cakes. Meats were tender and not over cooked. Very flavourful offerings. Carribean fish cake was interestingly similar to soon kueh. If you have to choose I'd recommend the baby back ribs which are just so good.
Desserts are a strong reason to go there. Tried the Deconstructed Pina Colada which was very interesting and refreshing. Freshly baked Banana Cake was light in texture, comes with caramelized bananas on the sides. The ultimate dessert is the "Piton" Choc cake which oozes out liquid chocolate when cut.
Rum Punch was served as the drinks. Good stuff that wouldn't get you tipsy too fast.