Brussels’style sautéed mussels with cream and white wine. Eat while it is hot, else you will end up having dry, rubbery mussels.
Oyster lovers, you can get huge and fresh live oyster here with Tabasco sauce and lemon wedge at RM10 every piece.
Not fancy on raw oyster? Then you can move on to the Crispy Crust Breaded Oyster. Biting through the breaded topping with garlic, butter and herbs into the soft and tender baked oyster, the contented smile on the face shows how good it is. Recommended.
Beautiful grill of jumbo squid that marks a oh-so-juicy, tender, and chewy end product.
Very Asian flavours that we don’t expect to come across in this restaurant, and whats more is it is so good that we wants to give double thumbs up. With the flavours of stewed meat sauce fully absorbed by the mee hoon, we enjoy the rich flavour vermicelli together with the fatty, juicy, and robust-flavour stew pork.
Expect the beef ribs to be equally great as the lamb shank, but too bad the rib falls short for its juiciness, not as saucy and tender as the lamb shank.
Thin crust pizza base embellished with Italian tomato sauce,mushrooms,smoked bacon and mozzarella cheese. Plenty of flavours, plenty of ooey gooey, plenty of happiness tucking into it.
Lastly, we try out the Exotic Aglio Olio, a plate of al dente pasta tossed with extra virgin olive oil, garlic, herbs and chilli. Something simple and good for its price.