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They look like pebble and stones but are actually sesame matcha and oolong lychee cakes! Flavours went well together, the cakes were light and not too surfeiting. Perfect end to a dinner!

As pretty as it looks, this dish was really good too. The flavours really complemented each other really well. The nutty taste of the black sesame mousse, the buttery taste of the sable tart (like a shortbread) the salty miso caramel cuts through the heavy ness of the other components.

Individual components:
The mousse was light and sesame wasn’t over powering.
The matcha sponge tho, could afford a stronger matcha taste.

Overall a really light but tasty dessert and though it’s on the pricier end, it’s usually the case for desserts like this

Rating: 9/10


please try zen, the pebble cake! drink was nice too (yuzu sencha with mandarin)

For this dish, you get to choose the doneness of the angus top sirloin (medium for me!), and the beef was relatively tender and juicy. It was marinated bulgogi-style, which came through in the subtle sweetness of the beef.

The beef was served on top of linguine in a miso tomato cream sauce. The sauce tasted similar to marinara sauce, but you can detect the subtle unami notes of the miso. Definitely a filling dish too as the portion of sirloin was generous.

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This pasta dish features linguine cooked in a garlic butter cream sauce mixed with gochugaru (korean red chilli pepper flakes). The linguine was accompanied by tender pieces of chicken also marinated with gochugaru, as well as fried garlic chips which were flavourful but not bitter due to overfrying.
While there was barely any heat from the dish, the addition of gochugaru did cut through the heaviness of the cream-based sauce, making it taste less cloying than a typical carbonara.

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Tasty stuff and beef was pretty tender. Could do with less sauce I thought.