Gourmet food and coffee in Singapore. 23 outlets in Singapore.
Decided that this is a nice place for a leisurely lunch with colleagues after a meeting nearby. The place wasn't crowded at 1pm although most of the booth seats were already taken. Seemingly understaffed though, with just 3 staff in the whole place.
Fisherman Toss ($14.90) - an ocean of fresh seafood engulfed in an intense smoked tomato cream sauce - this is done with penne al dente, which was a nice surprise. Small serving of seafood though, though the sauce was just nice wasn't very creamy; the smoked flavour was apparent and added a nice touch to the dish. The only gripe was that it was a bit heavy on the sodium and the dish was served just lukewarm.
Chicken Lagsane ($12.50) - A much smaller serving than expected. While it looked nice, I think even I wont be filled if I'm eating only that.
Swiss Mushroom Melt ($10.80) - Ciabatta seemed to go with this quite well; and according to my colleague was not bad. Came with a very small serving of fries which was nicely crispy.
Coffee ($4.20) - Credit to this, which was almost more than 2x the average serving of an americano, good for big drinkers but too much for me. Avergae quality coffe.
Service was a bit lacklustre, with staff spacing out and us trying to catch their attention a few times. The manager was much more attentive but he couldn't possibly manage the whole place with staff like that.
They're having a 21% of all main course, pastas, and sandwiches until 30 June so worth a shot if you've never tried the food. But I still will not pick this as my first option for food. Coffee Club card holders don't get additional discounts though (rebates still applicable).
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