Henry Wilkinson •
13 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower
Close to the East Coast, nestled in the trendy Siglap enclave, Mezza is reputed to be one of the coolest venues in the area.
My companion and I arrived over an unusually overcast Singaporean afternoon.
The waitress, friendly and efficient, showed us immediately to a lovely indoor table in the aircon.
Within a minute we were served ice water even prior to browsing Mezza's extensive Mediterranean menu.
We discussed the food menu along with the polite and attentive waitress whose knowledge of the ingredients used in the preparation of Mezza's main courses was truly remarkable.
While enjoying our food, we noticed several friends and colleagues enjoying a laid back Mediterranean-style late lunch over chilled drinks and snacks, laptops on table and smiles on faces. Mezza's free wi-fi service is excellent, of course. The profusion of discerning island residents frequenting this restaurant is testament to Mezza’s quality and beauty.
Plenty of staff bustled around, attending to every need. It was good to see that this restaurant does not scrimp on staff, unlike many restaurants that employ the bare minimum. You can often see these poor souls, literally running around desperately trying to do 10 things at once in between a stressed-out manager and bored-of-waiting clients. No such thing here at Mezza: Think fast and professional, front to back and top to bottom.