Keep pushing us to leave the place despite pizza n fries left behind on our plates. The manager cleared away pizza n fries left on my plate without asking if i still want them by saying "let me clear away the food which is already cold" and immediately cleared them away we were shocked and could not respond in time. Next he came and try to clear the beer that i was still holding in my hand. I then said NO very loudly before the manager fled away. Truly a bad dining experience.
Located at a rather obscure corner at Orchard Gateway, this restaurant is quite popular with the younger crowd, with its hip dining settings, mass market localised food and reasonable prices.
At a recent visit, I had the chance to try some of its local and Italian (localised) menu.
I started with the Garlic Truffle Fries ($17). A little pricey but certainly worth it with. Large cut fries with garlic chips paired with either mayonaise sauce or sweet chilli can be rather addictive.
From the Italian menu I had the Aglio Olio Shrimp ($16.90). Done al dente, the flavours were rather rich with a strong garlic influence - Singaporean style.
I also tried the Margherita pizza ($16.90), thin crust, tomato base with cheese.
From the local menu I tried the Curry Chicken ($16.90). Paired with acha, the curry was very rich in flavour, thick red with tender pices of chicken.
Overall though, expect localised average good at best. Supply & Demand is more of a place to be seen than a place for gourmet platters.
Service was rather efficient in the buzzing lunch crowd.
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