22 Dec 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower
I've been following this humble little diner since their beginnings 8 years ago, but I haven't been in the recent months because I've been out of town.
Last week, I had dinner there and was very heartened to find that they have stayed true to their roots, providing delicious, homely food with service that puts most restaurants and cafes to shame.
I ordered the very original Marmite Pasta, which was an amazing fusion of Western and Eastern flavours, and my all-time favourite, off-the-menu Parmesan Fish Nibbles. The pasta was new to me but it is now something I crave for, and of course the fish nibbles are exactly the way I adore them to be through the last 5 years.
Since I haven't been for so long, I tried out more of their new items and another gem was the Garmesan Fries. They have a really interesting assortment of fries and this one is definitely original - fries crisp on the outside and moist on the inside topped with garlic and cheese!
I look at some of the reviews here and find it tragic that people only write when they have something negative to complain about. For the 8 years that TGS has been running, they've been making so many people happy in the belly and the heart. But alas, not many have come forward to share their memorable experience.
TGS is definitely something quite precious in today's world of cookie-cutter service and menus, in the sense that they are genuine, non-discriminatory and daring enough to challenge with new ideas. You should absolutely give them a chance and see how they leave you with a wonderful experience too, then you'll understand how fortunate I feel so have discovered them.