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Lovely Lamb-shoulder ($24) This dish was a really pleasant one and all the elements came together really well. The lamb was perfectly cooked; it was really tender. While there was a slight gamey-ness (only a tinge) to the lamb, we like this aspect of it. The pomegrenate really gave a nice pop to this dish and an added brightness. Finally, the quinoa nestled at the bottom of the plate soaked up all the juices from the lamb, and made for a great mouthful altogether. MUST ORDER馃挴
Wei Loong
1y
Satisfying Scotch-eggs ($12) We don鈥檛 believe this is a dish that鈥檚 served that commonly in Singapore, hence we decided to order it. While not perfect, it was a pretty satisfying dish overall. The sausage did not have too intense a flavor to it, and was thankfully not overdone. The chutney seemed to be the star of the show, with its acidity and bite giving good contrast to the dish. However, we don鈥檛 think a scotch egg can be called as such without a molten interior. Also, these were only warm when they arrived at our table, rather than being served piping hot. Can Order馃憤
Wei Loong
1y
Terrific Truffled croque monsieur ($20) Serving this on a slightly sweeter slice of bread (Pilsner loaf it seems) turned out to be an amazing decision by the Chef as it paired perfectly with the myriad of savoury toppings packed within. The gems inside the sandwich included pulled pork, prosciutto as well as tallegio cheese. This was our first time trying this cheese but it鈥檚 intense flavor and saltiness really went well with the bread. MUST ORDER馃挴
Wei Loong
1y
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Cod Fish & Chips ($28) Unlike the usual Dory, the cod fish & chips has a more tender, creamier taste. This was good on its own without the tar tar sauce! I find cod in general can taste a bit jelat if there's too much of it, but the portion here was just right. The fries and tangy salad also brought a good balance to the creaminess of the cod. A satisfying meal!
Eliza
16w
Tenderloin Steak ($49) This place has been around for a really long time so it gives a sense of nostalgia especially for the older folks when you eat there. They have a dinner menu consisting of an appetizer, main, dessert and tea/coffee. Food is good and up to standard. The steak was cooked to the doneness I wanted, vegetables were fresh and potatoes were good. Appetizer was a portobello salad, but the tomatoes soaked in balsamic vinegar were way too sour for me. Dessert was a custard puff with ice cream which ends the meal well.
Koe
1y
Delicious, Simple, And Value For Money Brought my parents here since they鈥檝e been craving scones ever since we came back from a trip to England, and the scones here did not disappoint. These scones are light and fluffy on the inside but with a nice crust. They paired very well with the cream and homemade strawberry jam. Apart from scones, the Devonshire cream tea set consists of: - two sandwiches (cucumber and salmon for us) which were decent - cake - a pot of tea (I ordered Ceylon tea and it was from Dilmah). At 11.50++ per set, this is the cheapest afternoon tea set I鈥檝e had in Singapore and it鈥檚 delicious.
Eustacia
1y
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