When to this place with high expectations but in the end, just a another one of those independent places who try to be different but end up falling short. Food is average. Nothing fantastic. Everything on the menu is just a rehash of a current dish or previous stuff. Nothing's original. If you look at all thier photos, its always the same few things on the plate. So much for a place and head chef who prides itself in offering original creations. Service is slow and messy and waiters seem to know nothing. Only the 2 bosses seems to be able to do anything. And that in my opinion shows a flaw in the management of the restaurent. Worth only a single visit. Will not return.
Ask for recommendations, and do mention your preferences; we enjoyed the marinated salmon cubes with ginger, chives and wasabi dill raita ($6) – refreshing, tart and a good accompaniment to crisp white wines. We also enjoyed their version of the buah keluak ($6) – milder than usual and wrapped in roti jala ("net bread"). Unlike most, new small-plate eateries, the prices here are affordable and justified with regards to the portions. Those still hungry after tapas can tuck into mains like the Ochin Agli Olio (spaghetti tossed with garlic and chilli and topped with cod roe, $12). For more hot new restaurant reviews, read here http://www.hungrygowhere.com/gallery/hot-new-restaurants-to-book-online-*gid-b92f3101/photos/#84340800
Was there with a friend. Had the Salmon Cubes, Fried Lychee, Stuffed Sotong, Chicken Roll and Pan seared Scallops. All highly recommended, it'll ignite your taste buds. Well presented and flavoured without any extremely overpowering concoctions. Dishes are tactfully put together garnished with apt use of herbs and spices!
Bingsu ice shavings, sweet rice cakes and toasts invade the cafes here. Not typically offered in traditional Korean meals, desserts are served only during special occasions as refreshments, but in Singapore, the tables are turned