I was there with a friend 1 of the sundays and had high expectations of the food after reading those good comments here but to my utter disappointment , 1. the service was no good (1 fair looking lady server who look like a local Chinese but was in fact a foreigner was unresponsive, dessert not served after we finished our main courses & table not clear fast enough with all the used plates on the table, I think swensen's service is better).2. the popular poulet roti tasted bland & milky, i think a hawker centre's roast chicken taste better. the tira misu looks classy but was in fact nothing worth mentioning.
It should call itself a 'french-inspired' bistro. I spent 23 years living and working in various cities in France, and I can tell you there is nothing French about this place.
To start off with, the chicken is overcooked and dry, the sides were bland, and the presentation of the food was dismal. There is nothing that turns me off more than simple food trying to pass itself off as more than what it really is- this is a perfect example of such a case. Especially when customers are being charged more than the dish is really worth.
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