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44 Rochester Park
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  1. feizhu
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     10 May 2009 at 10:32 pm
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    It was a long time coming and I finally made a trip to try out Eden Sanctuary, the younger sibling of Eden Cafe at Club Street, which has since ceased operations. Like its sibling, Eden Sanctuary promises simple healthy cuisine with floral and herbal influences.

    Wedged right at the end of the upmarket Rochester Park, Eden shares the compound with Body with Soul, a health care centre that offers physiotherapy treatment, nutrition advice and the likes. So in a certain sense, both outfits complement each other. Eden comprises mostly al fresco seating with probably about 3 -4 tables indoor. The entire place exudes laid back comfort amidst the shadow of the HDB flat towering behind, a small oasis next to the urban jungle.

    Creamless Mushroom Soup - This has got to be the healthiest mushroom soup that I've ever drank. Its essentially 4 types of mushroom and chicken stock blended together and served with 2 small strips of wholemeal bread. Not that it tasted bad. In fact, I found it very satisfying with chunks of mushroom and the pure unadulterated mushroom taste sans the creaminess.

    Pear Rocket Salad - The salad was huge and could have passed off as a main for a relatively moderate eater. Its a simple salad with slices of pear, orange, arugula, feta cheese and drizzled with a calamansi, apple cider vinegar, olive oil and honey concoction. The sauce was noticeably light and all in all the salad was a good way to start off.

    Ginger Leek Peanut Butter Fish - To be honest, the fish didn't look the least bit appetising. However, it was actually quite good even though I really hate ginger to the core. At least the ginger wasn't too prominent in the peanut butter sauce. Whats interesting is that the sauce is coated onto the butter fish and baked, leaving a semi solid paste that hinted of ginger and peanut butter.

    Tarragon Garlic Chicken - Tarragon is actually a relative of the sunflower family and carries a somewhat bitter anise flavour to it. This was not very evident in the chicken and I couldn't quite make out any garlic as well. But to give credit where its due, the chicken was deboned thigh meat that came across as very tender and juicy. Great execution but probably a little too light for my preference.

    Tofu Cheesecake - The sour cream in this cheesecake is replaced by tofu, which gives it an interesting tofu taste and ups the health factor. Throw in a base made solely from digestive biscuits and you have a light yet tasty cheesecake that wouldn't pose too much of a problem to your health.

    Chocolate Banana Oreo Cheesecake - As sinful as this dessert sounds, its actually not that rich. On the contrary, it was rather light on the palate even with the bananas and chocolate. You get the nice soft texture of banana coupled with a mild chocolaty sweetness amidst layers of foamy light cheesecake. Very good!

    With a 10% discount, the bill came up to almost $109 for a soup, a salad, 2 mains and 3 desserts, which is a little on the high side but take away the cost of the teas and the price drops to a more manageable $90. Food quality is decent and I can forsee future visits when my health conscious side appeals to me.

    See all my pictures here.

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    1. LunchWithYebber
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       19 Aug 2008 at 11:43 am
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      Comfort food and delightful yet healthier desserts.

      Eden Sactuary is an expansion of the original Eden Café at 54 Club Street. This is the place where friends and family can gather to enjoy nutritious homestyle cooking set amidst a lush tropical setting. Its almost as good as having your own private hideaway.

      Located just beside 2 clinics, Eden Sanctuary provides comfort food for the mind, body and soul. They also have healthy desserts that are minimally sweet and creamy but yet gives a refreshing take on what true desserts are meant to be.

      If you've been to Eden Cafe, you will know that Clement, the owner, is much into floral cruisine and eating healthy. Here at Eden Sanctuary, he brought his passion to the next level. Having a big area to plant and grow his herbs, Clement hopes to provide even freshier and better quality herbs for his dishes.

      Find out more about their food and this sanctuary in their Lunch With Yebber episode. :)

      Overall Ratings Food: 3.5 stars Service: 4.5 stars Cleanliness: 5 stars Value for money: 4 stars

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