We had the chicken coleslaw, wagyu beef rice rolls, crab and pork wantons, Vietnamese scotch eggs, sushi rice and braised duck with plum sauce and Kailan. A great selection with the highlights being the chicken coleslaw, scotch eggs and the duck. Although next time we go I think we will order off the a la carte so we get a different selection to try.
With the open kitchen on the ground floor as you enter and the industrial looking spiral staircase running through the centre of the old shop house it has a contemporary and New York loft style feel. (As girls with a love for detail we all loved the wonderfully on trend neon coloured chop sticks, lime green was our fave!)
Check out my date guide for more restaurants to try in Singapore.