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A french-themed restaurant, Toots Brasseries offers an affordable three course meal at $18++. Beautifully furnished, Toots Brasserie's charming interior is the perfect place for a romantic date. The cosy environment feels reassuring, making one settled and ready for a good meal.
For appetizers, the Pan-seared Frog Legs ($12.8) seasoned with homemade garlic butter is extremely tender and falls apart gently while chewing. Decorated with tomato and fresh herbs, whose aromatic properties lightens up the taste of the garlic butter perfectly.
For mains, the Beef Cheek Bourguignon ($26.8) as expected was fork-tender and well marinated. The sweetness in the marinade blends in perfectly with the meat, leaving an aromatic aftertaste in the mouth. Served with braised roots vegetable, parsley potatoes at the sides, this dish is extremely satisfying and filling.
For desserts, Homemade cake infused with mixed berry compote and served with Madagascan vanilla pods ice cream, the meal is completed with a sweet ending.
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