Sunday, 6 May 2012

La Bodeguita Del Medio, Sydney CBD

When I go to the city on the weekends, I would usually park in front of La Bodeguita Del Medio (LBDM) - and yes, I am super lazy, I drive to the city instead of taking the 20minutes leisurely walk on Pyrmont Bridge.

I suppose I've been intimidated by the bar and night life look of the restaurant, especially for a non-drinker like me :)

An invite from Tony Maia, the manager of LBDM, gave me no excuse to not try the place out :) Thanks Tony...

Please note that the menu may vary since our visit in March. 

Graffiti walls ; Cuban Cigar Menu

Miss ieatsweet and I went there on a weekday and quite early, so the place was quite empty, but by the time we left the place was buzzing despite being a weeknight !

The restaurant was filled with dark wooden furniture, several cozy leather lined booths for more privacy.
The atmosphere was warm and cozy with very little lighting (which is no fun for us bloggers).

Naturally you can also get Cuban cigars in a Cuban restaurant and bar - there is even a cigar menu for your perusal on your table. 

"Home of $10 Mojito"

As endorsed by Mr. Hemingway himself, a Mojito was definitely in order !

Nojito  $6.50  & Mojito  $10.00

The Mojito was generously sized , a blend of Havana Club Rum, muddled with fresh mint, lime, soda and sugar is always a crowd pleaser.
I am so glad they do an alcohol free version here, aptly named Nojito hehehehehe....
All the fresh flavour without the allergy to follow the next day, woo hoo !!

Panceta de Cerdo  $17.00
42 hours pork belly, compressed watermelon & white balsamic espuma

Pork belly is so irresistable, so of course we had to had it for one of the Entradas that night.
A square of pork belly, served with nicely cubed watermelon and the "blink and you'll miss it" white balsamic espuma that dissipates into clear liquid within minutes T__T.

Slow cooked pork belly

Being slow cooked for 48hours, there was no surprise that the meat was very tender but a shame that the skin was quite chewy and tough :( 

Taquitos  $16.00
green tomatillos, bell peppers & mantecoso cheese

Now these babies were DELICIOUS !!!
Doesn't look much I know, not until you bite into the super crispy taco shells and you are hit with a mix of flavours. The tangy green tomatillos, sweet peppers and the meaty mantecoso cheese drizzled with spicy mayo cheesy dressing. 
Each taquito were decently portioned too, the crispy cup was quite deep and filled to the brim with the goodies - we would have ordered another plate of this if we didn't have to spare room for more foods to come. 

Beef Tenderloin Special  $29.00
sweet glazed tenderloin, fried plantain, watermelon salsa & chimichurri

For mains, we ordered the special of the day as recommended by the waitress. 
The beef was super tender and has a lovely caramelized flavour from the glaze. 
After having a few plantain dishes, I'm still a bit undecided whether I love it or I don't - it looked like a banana but taste nothing like it, taste more like a casava but not quite casava.
Plantain is one interesting food :)
Also loved the sweet and juicy watermelon salsa and zingy chimichurri condiments. 

Pato con Chocolate  $36.00
duck breast, confit leg, sweet potato puree & chocolate sauce

The idea of chocolate sauce with duck pique our interest, but unfortunately it was nothing extra ordinary with this dish.
The duck was nicely cooked and tender, and the chocolate sauce just had a slight nutty flavour to it.
Believe it or not, the highlight in this dish was the sweet potato puree was so well made that it shines through the duck ! 

Ensalada de Quinoa y Nopales  $9.00
quinoa, cactus salad & pico de gallo

We ordered this side dish obviously because of the cactus in it :)
The pickled cactus taste similar to pickles, and my guess is that the quinoa was dressed with the pickling juice, as it was one very sour side dish.

My kind of drinks menu :)

Mary Pickford  $15.00  & Rum Daisy  $17.00

We ordered another round of drinks as I'm a bit excited with LBDM's mocktail menu :P
I actually ordered Mary Pickfair (the alcohol free sister of Mary Pickford) but I got given the alcoholic sister instead 0_0;

Already suspicious that there was alcohol in my "Mary Pickfair", I asked ieatsweet to have a sip and see if she can taste it too.
Lesson of the night : DO NOT ask an alcoholic (well at least this alcoholic) to taste as they cannot tell the difference.
She assured me there was NO alcohol in the drink. 

You can guess what happened the rest of the night - I was drunk by the end of the dinner, ieatsweet had to drive home and I got my lovely allergic rash for the next 5 days. 
If I was a queen in the olden days and ieatsweet is my food taster I would probably be dead on my first meal LOL

Let's come back to the drinks - before being drunk I can still recall that both Mary Pickford and Rum Daisy tasted delicous. 

Sweet Spring  $15.00
rose cake, violet marshmallow, cherry sorbet

It took us a long time to decide which dessert to order as they all sounded delicious.
After much deliberation, we ordered something light and something rich from the menu - balance :).

Sweet Spring turns out to be a plate of floral flavours that were quite dizzying.
The steamed rose cake was spongy and light, the violet marshmallow that tasted like perfumed soap, and I'm not usually a fan of cherry flavoured things, but the cherry sorbet was delicious. 

Alfajor  $15.00
dulce de leche, condensed milk, caramelized banana

As we couldn't decide which of the richer dessert to order, our waitress recommended the Alfajor as it is her favourite and it's a must try item on the menu. 
Couldn't agree more with her - the Alfajor was delicious !!!
The pudding like dulce de leche, the creamy condensed milk semifreddo, crunchy buttery crumbed biscuit and a row of thinly sliced caramelized banana - best combo ever !!
It is a very rich and decadent dessert though, so best to share :)

So what do we think of Cuban food ? We LIKED !

There were a few misses, but there are so many other things on the menu we are yet to try, one thing we would definitely order again is the Taquitos (please stay on the menu...please....).

The service was friendly and attentive - a special mention to one of the waiter that noticed our table was wobbling after a few other waiter / waitress didn't took notice of it.
He quickly find a piece of paper and fix the wobbling table - THANK YOU !

La Bodeguita de Medio is centrally located in the CBD, a perfect location for end of long work day wind down , enjoying a Mojito (or two) and a perfect place to hang out and catch up with friends.

Love My Foods & Sugar and guest dined courtesy of Tony Maia & La Bodeguita del Medio.

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Saturday, 17 March 2012

Food Society, Darlinghurst

There are so many new eateries popping up lately that I lost track of what is new and what is worth visiting. 
Food Society was one that has been on my radar but just haven't gotten round to pay a visit. 
So when browsing the net on where to go for  lifeis2mu(n)ch belated birthday / graduation celebration, I came across an offer at Ouffer for Food Society - $49 / 2ppl for shared 3 course dinner + a shot of vodka each (bargain !!)

Food Society began as a catering company and then they decided to open up a restaurant in the backstreet of Darlinghurst, offering modern Eastern European cuisine whilst still stay true to the tradition. 

The restaurant itself was very welcoming and warm as we walked in , love the odd pieces of furnitures and sort of antique decors. 

Semolina Bread Sticks & Pickled Cucumbers

As we had already mention that we will be using the Ouffer vouchers that night, the special set menu for the night was already on the table so all we have to do was sit back and wait for the foods hehehehe...
Not long after we sat, a jar of crispy semolina bread sticks and pickled cucumber were brought over for us to nibble on.
Liked the bread sticks as it has that gritty texture of semolina, the cucumber was pickled with dill and what I think is mustard seeds ?

The Apple Thief's Pink Lady Apple Cider  $8.00

For drinks, 2 of us chose a pink lady apple cider which was so delicious !! It is a little bit sweeter than your normal apple cider but it just tasted better than normal apple cider.
This is one of those time where I really hate my alcohol allergy T____T  I can only drink one bottle and it has to be spread out over dinner (or I'm dead).

Spiced Apple Pie $15.00

The other 2 of our 4 ppl dining crew ordered Spiced Apple Pie, a signature cocktail of Food Society. Zubrowka bison grass vodka, house infused apple juice, cinnamon, star anise & lemon zest shaken over ice.
Had a sip and it does tasted like apple pie, but surprisingly the alcohol is not that strong at all, pretty mild. 

Food Society Bar

Now that we are slightly sedated with the alcohol, let the feast begin !
(Note : thought it may be handy to put prices of each dishes as you would have to pay when you are not dining on deal vouchers - prices are in brackets to distinguish them )

Beetroot & Vodka Cured Ocean Trout Blini, Dill Cream ($4.00 each)

First up from the appetizer line up was a bite size cured ocean trout blini with dill cream.
It just tasted like any other cured ocean trout despite being cured in beetroot and vodka, couldn't taste any of the 2. 

Fried Cauliflower w/ Paprika, Parsley, Water Cress & Red Wine Vinegar ($10.00) - Serves 2 

This humble fried cauliflower dish would have to be the highlight of the night for me.
Chunky cauliflower florets with spiced batter, deep fried to golden perfection was just sooo good....
The crispy cauliflower, the tangy red wine vinegar and the slightly bitter water cress was just such great combo....

X - section of a floret

Chicken Liver Parfait w/ Onion Jam & Toasted Breads  ($18.00) - Serves 4

A pot of creamy chicken liver parfait sealed with a thin layer of fat served with a constructively sound stack of chargrilled gluten free bread, plus condiments of onion jam and pickled cucumber. 

Chargrilled Gluten Free Bread ; Fully Assembled 

The gluten free bread had a funny texture, it's sort of cakey and soft which was interesting.
Doesn't mean it doesn't taste nice, on the contrary it tasted pretty good.
The pate was lovely, but I need to top it up with a decent amount of the sweet onion jam to mask the liver flavour (not a big fan of liver :P).

Daily Artisan Bread $2.50

There was plenty of pate in the jar but not enough bread to go with them, so we asked for more bread and more onion jam.
We were actually quite surprised we got charged extra for the bread and jam (which was around $3 - $5 ?), I think we are under the assumption that we can get extra bread if need be like in other places. I mean , you can't just eat a pate on its own and there was a good half jar left too. 

Moving on to the more substantial dishes ......

Lamb Ribs w/ Slice Potatoes, Tomato, Eggplant & Rosemary  ($ ?? ) - Serves 2

Oh dear lamb...why are you a popular choice on a set menu / degustation menu ? T___T
Had a small bite of the rack...and thought that the lamb taste was too strong, so just started digging into the vegetables underneath it.
Then I thought to give it another go and I'm glad I did ! The lamb ribs was sooo tender that a slight nudge with the knife and the meat will just flake apart.
The lamb taste was still strong, however the delicious baked potato, tomato and eggplant helps to mask the flavour. 

Chicken Breast w/ Potato Dumplings, Mushroom & Paprika ($25.00)
Side of Iceberg Lettuce, Red Onion & Cucumber Salad ($6.00)
Serves 2

After the lamb we were already so full...and then...the chicken dishes came out.....they really are very generous with portion sizes here.
The chicken breast was sooo moist and tender, a little bit bland perhaps but the rich sauces just balanced things out nicely. 
Love potato dumplings and the one here were good, not too stodgy , just right. 

The iceberg lettuce salad was perhaps not an easy one to tackle - seems like it was prepared by simply quartering a head of lettuce, plonk it into a bowl and voila.
We joked at the table that perhaps we should eat the chicken and lettuce ala sang choy bow  LOL

Zoladkowa Orange & Clove Vodka  ($9.00 each)

As part of the deal, we got a vodka shot each before dessert - I think you get a random one as it is not specified on the voucher. Tonight we got the Polish Zoladkowa vodka flavoured with orange and clove, it was deliciously sweet with just a very slight hint of clove.
This was my first ever vodka shot and I vow NEVER to down one again.
Within 10minutes I made acquaintance with the wooden seat toilet - at least the toilet was super clean and pretty. 
Needless to say, I was pretty useless for the rest of the night....couldn't even polish off the dessert !!

Society Signature Pashka w/ Strawberry Compote ($10.00) - Serves 2

Inspired by the traditional Russian dessert served during Easter was Food Society's Pashka, a baked ricotta cheesecake with strawberry compote and broken pieces of shortbread served on a wooden board. 
I agree with other bloggers who had been to this place that this dessert is not sweet at all. But thankfully helped by the compote and the icing sugar.
Liked the extra crunch from slivered almond in the cheesecake, without the texture it would be just a mush of baked ricotta. 

Jar of Bill

The verdict ?
The foods here are no doubt delicious, still quite traditional with a little bit a of twist. Not to mention the generous portion size, definitely food to share.
The atmosphere was great, there was live music playing as the night goes on...a lovely place to hang out with friends over a nice meal. 

The let down was the service, the waitress who attended our table that night probably wished she was somewhere else on Sunday night.
When we asked her for something it was as though we have disrupted her from an important mission, no smile and was abrupt.
Which was such a shame as the other 2 waiters that served us occasionally were friendly and accommodating. 

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Tuesday, 13 March 2012


HelloFresh Ingredients
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How often are you caught in a situation where you stare at what you have in the fridge and pantry and say to yourselves what meal I can make with these ? 
I must say I'm one that got caught in that situation one too many times, and sometimes its a hit but more than likely it's ...well....on the borderline of inedible.

But fret not Sydneysiders !! HelloFresh is now available to us thanks to Tom Rutledge and Diogo Cruz, who have brought to us this online grocery business where fresh ingredients are delivered straight to your door and best of all, recipes included. 
If Tom's name sounds familiar, he was one of the contestant in the 1st Season of Masterchef Australia ;)

Rather than writing a long explanation here on how it works, check it out at HERE at HelloFresh's website.

So come Monday (which is their delivery day every week, FREE delivery btw) 5.00pm, I was waiting at home excitedly, curious on what I'm going to get.
Tom himself delivered the food, which was a pleasant surprise ! 
After a brief chit chat as he had more delivery runs to do, off to the kitchen I go....

Cannellini Beans ; Fresh Green Beans ; Fresh Coriander ; Barramundi Fillets

Inside a big white paper bag were all the fresh ingredients needed to make the recipe of the day, Herb Barramundi Fillets with Warm Bean Salads.
The portion delivered was for 2 people, which is the minimum you can order, but you end up with a little extra on ingredients like the herbs, onion, garlic.

Simple Step-By-Step Recipe

As we were cooking from scratch, some prep work were definitely in order.
Got into a panic mode when the recipe require the use of food processor - had to rummage the cupboard to find my mini processor. 

Marinade Ingredients In ; Fish Marinading ; Beans Duo Drained ; Onion Sliced

Fish Grilling ; Warm Bean Salad - Ready

The warm bean salad was super duper easy to make and surprisingly I liked it !
Never been a fan of beans, but this was goood.....Sauteed the sliced onion till they are soft , plonk the drained beans in and add some lemon juice. DELICIOUS !

The fish fillets took longer to cook than what the recipe indicated, the cut were quite thick so that would have contributed to the extended time.
Problem was the outside started to char whilst the middle were still raw - the thought of just microwaving to finish off the cooking did cross my mind.
But since I'm already making a mess of the stove, might as well soldier on (put a lid on it and let the steam helps the cooking process).

Herb Barramundi Fillet w/ Warm Bean Salad

Tadaahh !!! The end product and please disregard my lack of plating skill.

The fish was delicious (it better be after such an effort), still soft and silky on the inside although the outside had a little bit too much exposure to the heat :P
Love the lemony bean salad, which just lightens up the whole dish and lightly blanched green beans added the extra crunch factor - recipe got a big tick from me ^_^

The time taken from start of prepping to plating for me was around 40 minutes, which was longer than I had expected (included washing up in between whilst waiting for things to cook).
HelloFresh would be a great option for busy people that doesn't have time to do groceries but don't mind spending time in the kitchen, prepping and cooking as a mean of de-stressing after a long day at work or just simply loves cooking :)

It may be a bit tricky for people that are quite fussy with what they eat, as you don't have the option to choose what you want for the week. So be open to eat ANYTHING ^_^ Explore, be adventurous !!
( I know my brother who doesn't eat seafood will just have to eat beans for dinner if he had today's menu delivered to him LOL )

HelloFresh has a special deal for Love My Foods & Sugar readers - 30% OFF your first order from HelloFresh !
All you have to do is type "foodandsugar" under Voucher Code in the Order Page. 

If you are ready to start healthy eating without breaking the bank ( each meal costed less than $10 per person) and get cracking on your cooking skills, what are you waiting for ?
Check out HelloFresh for more informations.

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Monday, 16 January 2012

JAAN, Singapore

Happy 2012 Everyone (who still reads my neglected blog) !!

Let's start the first post of 2012 with one from back in March 2011 - shocking I know, this post has been in draft for almost a year *shame shame shame*.

When I made the reservation (via email) to JAAN, it was a surprised when the reply I got was that Chef André Chiang had moved on from the restaurant and opened up his own place.
Hence the restaurant formerly known as JAAN par André is now simply just called, JAAN.

Then it came to dilemma.....should I try booking at his new restaurant or just give JAAN with its new chef a go....
Three courses over lunch for just SGD$52 58 was just too good to pass - decision made ! 

Clean and Sleek

We took the long ride up to the 70th floor of the Equinox complex to get to the restaurant - okay i lied, the ride was far from being long, it was so quick that my ears popped >_<

The entrance to the restaurant itself was a long dark hallway and at the end you see bright light and the view in that greeted us was just simply breathtaking.
The view from 70 floor above ground was just amazing - I'd imagine it would even be more beautiful comes night time when the city skyline lights up.

Murano Crystal & Silver Free-Form Chandelier

There were 3 of us that day and it was a little bit awkward when each of us had a waiter each to pull out our chair. Too much attention to what we are used to here in Australia, even in a fine dining restaurant ^_^
The maître d' then asked what made us travel all the way from Sydney to dine there...there was moment of silence when my brain slowly did he know ? 
Obviously I have given him my Aussie number when I made the reservation *doh*
I wonder if that is why we got the prime sitting location ? Smack bang in the centre by the window with the best view in the house ? I'd like to think so LOL

The "Snacks"  Trio

These 3 little things of goodies were brought to our table whilst we peruse the menu - first we thought "oh, these must be the amouse bouche", then there is another "amouse bouche" that follows, so I'm gonna call them "snacks".

I must say, this is the first time that we got so many different type of "snacks". Usually here we would get a bowl of bread crisps or something simple like that. Not THESE !!

Trio of Crips
parsley, barley and lamb bacon

Three paper thin crisps - a parsley crisp, barley and lamb bacon crisp.
They may be paper thin but packed full with its individual flavour - the lamb bacon one in particular had a strong flavour - lamb flavour of course which I couldn't stand - so left it to the other 2 cousins to demolish it. 

Crisp Salmon Skin
salmon roe, lemon snow and dill

Salmon skin has never looked so appealing - crisp salmon skin, topped with bursting salmon caviar, sprigs of dill and the deliciously delicate lemon snow. 

Potato Crips and Anchovies
crème fraiche, chives

Gimmick Factor - 10/10.
The presentation in a recycled anchovy tin is just too cute - thin potato crisp topped with anchovy, creme fraiche, chives.

And then...the REAL amouse bouche made an appearance :

Smoked Eel Royale

A petit cube of smoked eel royale presented on a slab of black stone, covered with fine crumb of rye bread , topped with micro herb and salmon roe. 

Did it tantalise the taste buds ? It definitely did the job, the pudding like royale was silky, smooth and just melts in your mouth. The smoked eel flavour was distinct but not too overpowering, just right. The crunchiness of the rye bread crumb added a lovely contrast to the royale. 

The View from our table

Sourdough & Black Olives Roll ; 2 Type of Butter 
Jaan bag holder ; Black Truffle Brioche & French Baguette

The service at JAAN was definitely attentive, 2 of us had a bigger handbag so a basket was propped next to us to put our bags in, whilst my other cousin who carried a smaller bag were given a bag holder to hang her bag.
It is always tough when you are presented with a variety of bread rolls - you want to try them all but know that in doing so you are filling the stomach with unnecessary carbs.
Luckily, we got to taste all the offerings between the 3 of us ^_^

Of course we have to have butter to accompany the bread - salted butter and the always delicious nutty beurre noisette. 
My favourite out of the 4 rolls would have to be the black truffle brioche, not only for the obvious presence of truffle but also it was more of a flaky pastry than bread. Light and crunchy with delicate aroma of truffle.

There are 3 options to choose from for each course , which was perfect for us :)
Let's start with the Starters....

Velouté of White Beans
confit oxtails and mushrooms

Okay, it didn't arrive at the table as a pond of white soup. 
It was very pretty and colourful, but alas, the waiter was much quicker than I was with the shutter T___T
Underneath the velouté of white beans were apricot and a variety of mushrooms. 
It was hearty, creamy, velvety, the flavour of the velouté was quite light that the more delicate flavour of apricot and mushroom still comes through.  
There wasn't much of the oxtail but when you get a bite of it, it was tender and the meat just falls apart. 

See..I'm not lying ! There were apricot and mushroom !

Seared Foie Gras
beetroot and cherry composition
(supplement $10.00)

My choice of starter, a more than generous portion of seared foie gras - it was thick and huge ! 
The plain brown toned foie gras was contrasted by the rich red of beet meringue, beetroot daikon, cherry jam. 

Thick !!

At times I found foie gras can have quite strong iron flavour, but this time it was surprisingly quite delicate, rich of course, but not too heavy on the flavour.
It simply melts in the mouth and the earthy beetroot flavoured accompaniments complimented the flavour.  

Hay - Baked Norwegian Salmon
cauliflower and lemon farm cream 

At the time of our visit, the kitchen was headed by Swedish born Ebbe Vollmer ( I believe the restaurant  has a new French chef now).
We would expect something in the menu that would be Scandinavian in flavour, so the hay-baked Norwegian salmon would fit the bill perfectly. 
The cylinder of melt in your mouth smoked salmon was teamed with smooth cauliflower puree, crispy fried cauliflower florets and paper thin rye bread crisp. 

Now onto the Mains...

Braised Brisket of Veal
spring vegetables

The braised veal brisket was not as tender as I'd expected, it was quite dry and tough. 
Served with horseradish potato puree, spring vegetables and tarragon infused jus. 

Roasted Ballotine of Sakura Chicken
trompettes 1-2-3, roasted salsify

The roasted ballotine of chicken was done very well, the meat was tender and juicy with really crisp skin.
Served with trompette mushrooms, roasted hazelnut and roasted salsify. The flavours were rich and earthy, delicious :)

Pan Roasted Crispy Seabass
orange salad and pumpkin purée

By pure coincidence, my choice of main was plated the same way as the entree LOL
Just swop the pink strip with a yellow strip ;)

The fish was also cooked to perfection, the skin was crisp and the meat was very soft and moist. 
The addition of yuzu foam added that citrusy notes, love the crunchy bee pollen, the creamy pumpkin puree and the fresh orange salad. 
A light yet satisfying main dish. 

Marina Bay Sands

Vanilla Buttermilk Pannacotta
lingonberry jelly, bay leaf foam

A pre-dessert is in order to cleanse the palate - vanilla buttermilk  pannacotta, lingonberry jelly (another Scandinavian classic) topped with bay leaf foam. 
The pannacotta was creamy and the lingonberry jelly added slight tartness, the only problem was the bay leaf foam that tasted a little bit like mint toothpaste.....
Cleanse the palate I suppose.... 

The sweetest part of the meal....da Desserts....

Raspberries and Vanilla
candied lemon zest

Underneath the thin sheath of white chocolate was vanilla cream scented with lemon topped with crushed frozen raspberry and raspberry sorbet.
The creaminess and the sweetness of the cream was balanced out by the tangy and refreshing raspberry, a very decadent dessert. 

Marquis of Chocolate
malt, grains and hops

Lovely dark chocolate mousse disc rolled within malt jelly, accompanied with spicy caraway ice cream. The dots of honey and puffed rice somehow reminds me of eating a bowl of breakfast cereal, the grains, honey and milk :)

Box of Truffle Jewels

"Would you ladies like a cigar ?"
The cheeky waiter asked us.....
Another great presentation at Jaan !
The chocolate truffles petit fours were presented in an antique wooden cigar box - the wow factor was definitely there as the lid was slowly opened up *ahhhh*....

Hazelnut White Chocolate & Coffee Coconut 

Of course we must have one of each - hazelnut praline with wafer and coffee coconut truffle - a perfect end to a wonderful meal.

Tea & Coffee

It was a fantastic dining experience at JAAN, the waiters were very attentive and though very formal but not uptight. 
The food were beautifully presented and the each components in the dishes has been well thought off so that there was just the right balance of each flavours. 

The view was a bonus of course and the price, unbeatable ! 3 amazing courses with little bits of extras here and there for less than $60 is just great.

Will definitely pop in again if I am in Singapore next ^_^
( Lunch @ JAAN 3 Course SGD$52 58)

Swissotel, The Stamford
Level 70, Equinox Complex
2 Stamford Road