I heard about Spruce for sometime, so decided to head there for dinner, to try out their "wholesome and unpretentious American cuisine served with warm hospitality" as quipped from friends and Spruce's website. Read MoreHide
es, esconced in a rather inconvenient location for non-drivers, rest assured that Spruce makes it up to diners by offering a peaceful, lovely and enchanting dining ambience that makes your arduous journey well worth it.
The first Main Course - the Roasted "Pullet" Chicken was served - served with vegetables, desiree mashed potato in rosemary veloutte. The slightly charred taste of the tender, juicy chicken was lovely, the meat was smooth as well. The mashed potato was infused with the fragrance of rosemary, and the texture was milky as well.
Lastly, the Mushroom Risotto - with Porcini mushroom and truffled hen egg - one of the most delicious I've eaten, especially mixed with the sweet silkiness of the egg. The mushroom rice was absolutely flavorful, and the texture was cooked to softness without being mushy.
I understand the fuss over Spruce now, and would definitely be back for more, maybe try their famous brunches as well.
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I spent $50 per person.
Must tries: mushroom risotto
- I also recommend this place for:
- Brunch, Dinner, Romance/First Dates
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