The first thing we both noticed was how bright it was. We were seated near the kitchen were Max was cooking. I liked the balsamic they served with the bread. Good quality stuff! The menu was nice and short. Although I remember Boolicious recommending the shiraz braised wagyu cheeks, I couldn’t resist ordering the cod with lemon butter sauce, artichokes and mash. Homo and I ordered scallops starter to share. At (rm25++) we thought it was going to be for 2 pieces which would’ve been a bit pricey. But when the dish arrived, we were really impressed there were 5 pieces! It was a pretty looking starter with the scallops sitting in the shell, glistening with olive oil dressing. The texture was not quite right. They were soft and not springy. As for the taste, it was light and subtle.
My cod was cooked perfectly (rm40++). The meat was moist and fell of in beautiful chunky flakes. The portion was just nice. There was very little mash so I didn’t end up feeling sick because both fish and sauce are so rich already. Homo’s lamb rack (rm60++) was really delicious- very juicy, fragrant and tender. He finished it all before I could ask him for another bite. We didn’t stay for very long after because we both found the ambience not very inviting. Think the lighting is too flat. Anyway we went off to Palate Palette for dessert because I love their toasted carrot cake. Best I’ve tasted because its unlike traditional carrot cake. This one is light with finely grated carrot you can actually taste and I like the thin crisp coat from it being toasted. Mmmmm!