ODP is one of those extremely rare places which I can recommend without reservations. Rich and creamy -- breakfast food for posh grown-ups.
Packed on a public holiday. Heard the waffles here were awesome so came by to taste it for myself. I find the Valrhona chocolate waffle too rich in taste, while adversely affecting the fluffy crunchiness texture I am searching for in my perfect waffle.
My favorite dish of the day! Unlike a toasted marshmallow, the outer shell is hard and sticky. There is a wonderful citrusy smell that greets you once you bite into the glazed layer.
Very expensive! $15 per egg, ouch. But it's the signature dish so I couldn't pass it up. Egg is cold with a liquid centre that bursts into your mouth, mixing with the yummy caviar.
I misheard my friend and consequently missed out on having Wagyu at Burnt Ends -- huge regret. But the onglet was good: meat itself was flavorful, charred on the outside while juicy on the inside. Accompanying salad was also very tasty!
Juicy and surprisingly fleshy. Meat was sweet but sauce was almost too rich -- perhaps fresh seafood deserves a simpler treatment. Nevertheless, was very yummy!
Strong mix of flavours, with sweetness from maple unexpectedly dominating the combination.
Burnt Ends has been on my radar for a long while, and comes highly recommended. This tapas-style dish was tangy and smoky, with crumbled feta adding to the kick.