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2015-11-03 115 views
I thought this place is owned by the same Napolean Chef who owns Verona's Trattoria. But it seems to not be so. The interior is absolutely amazing and sophisticated because previously it was Cafe Vienna hence the vintage interior design. I thought it was supposed to be something like Johnny's Rockets but it was not that new fashioned. I also liked the ballet pictures on the wall with red and white wallpaper. The only weird thing is that diner's usually serve alcohol but they do not do so here. A
The only weird thing is that diner's usually serve alcohol but they do not do so here.
As usual, I am drawn to duck salad (RM 22) and naturally I could not help myself from ordering this. The duck is thinly sliced and served smoked with fresh imported rocket salad and vegetables, orange, and cherry tomatoes and balsamic sauce. Eating duck is akin to going mediterranean.
The Grilled Lamb Rack (RM 55) was so tender, delicious, succulent and juicy. In fact, the juices from the lamb has been absorbed into the baked potatoes placed at the bottom of the plate. The lamb is perfectly grilled to exude juices all over that became even better when fushed with the sourish cranberry sauce. Also at the bottom are eggplants that glisten in the air. On top of the lamb is alfalfa.
I am definitely coming back to dine here and try the other varieties.