Anyways, this place looks really classy and cosy with the sofas and wooden furniture as their background. Our table also have this 'bell service' thing in which you can just press and a waiter/waitress will come to address you shortly! That way, you won't have to raise your hands and wave around like you were in a classroom trying to get the teacher's attention...
We ordered the following:
1. Clam Chowder
In my opinion, the soup was average, comparable to Fish & Co's clam chowder~ BUT! The main fav in this dish is DEFINITELY the bread! OMG! The bread was super soft, fluffy and OH SO YUMMY~ I think it's like some French bread? If you don't want the soup, there are sandwiches options available and you can order that! Overall, what I like about this soup is ironically their bread because it is SUPER NICE!
2. Their Signature pasta
I think it's with olive oil and some herbs~ Not cream or tomato based! It was not bad! Light, not too 'gelard' Would prefer the bacon to be slightly more crispy. But, that's my preference! The sesame seeds was something refreshing, first time I've seen it being add to pasta~ brought out a whole new different flavour!
This dish was not to my liking. It was alright.. Moreover, my favourite cabonara will still be the one I ate at Pasta de Waraku with the egg in the middle! :)
4. Vanilla Souffle!
SUPER YUMMY! I think their deserts all look super enticing!!! :) this was GOOD!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! ;) comparable to Bakerzin's one! I would love to try the Pancake Souffle next time!! :)
5. Banana Chocolate Brownie Parfait which cost $12?! It was good but WAY TOO OVERPRICED for ice cream man~~ But! I still love how Japanese parfaits like this have cornflakes in them! It's such a pleasant surprise to bite them with the ice cream softly melting in your mouth! Their vanilla ice cream reminds me of those Hokkaido milk! SUPER FRESH and sweet! :)
Quality of food 4/5
Location 3/5 (because of slightly long queues during peak period)
You can try out this place at
68 Orchard Road
Till next time!