Nithe's definition of never eat before Chinese food = My Humble House. My heart literally skipped a beat. This is even more scarily accurate than Mellben. No more guessing the next time. I'll juz need to think of a place and Nithe will be able to decipher. And his skill took exactly 5 years to develop.
Even though I've been there many years back when they juz opened, I've yet to try their new menu since voted top 100 restaurants in the world by St. Pellegrino in 2007. At least now I can proudly say that we've tried good food. heehee.. (PS. The bear is not a gift. It's juz an accessory on the sofa.)
I LOVE LOVE LOVE their concept of high chairs (seat height is the same but the back rest goes to about 2m high). It juz feels different from normal ones. And we managed to get corner sofa seats, away from all those business entertainment.
The place isn't very camera friendly due to the romantic/dim lights. Photos doesn't justify the delicious food. Oh well..
That Warm Feeling-
Chilled Fresh Alaskan Crab Meat, Avocado Salsa
The Taste of Luxury -
Braised Superior Fresh Shark’s Fin in Dried Abalone Jus, Savoury Consommé
Dawn at Fisherman’s Wharf -
Steamed Half Tail Lobster with Fragrant Garlic
Cool Pleasures -
Refreshing Mango Sorbet
Sensuous Comfort -
Pan-seared Australian Wagyu Beef in Chef’s Blended Sauce,
Sautéed Fresh Asparagus
Tender, Delightful, Divine -
Braised Preserved Vegetables with Chicken Broth
topped with Dried Scallops and Garlic
Night is in the Air -
Pan-fried Chicken Roulade
served with Homemade Noodles with Superior Stock
Bliss after Bliss -
Double-boiled Hashima with Snow Fungus and Snow Pear
So many delicious food combined into 1 dinner. What more can I ask for =)