Looking at the current scenario, they have also started with home delivery along with hygiene protocol maintained Dine out.
As for our meal, to start with, included my favourite Rock ‘n’ roll and Dynamite Sushi which is a perfect blend of prawns, salmon and spicy Japanese mayo. Sushi is served with sliced ginger and spicy wasabi making it all the more palatable.
Next up, The prawn and chicken cheung fun, which is a Kind of Japanese rice paper rolls. The portion was generous and was served with dark soy sauce.
There was also, Korean fried chicken bao on the table, which was a massive chunk of seasoned fried chicken, served in super-soft baos and topped with sriracha mayo.
I also ordered a watermelon and mint cooler to go with it and it turned out to be absolutely refreshing.
For my main course, I chose to try the Thai red curry, and I would be lying if I said it was not the best that I’ve had. The curry was spicy yet full of flavour. The prawns were adequately cooked in a fresh coconut milk gravy with a robust mix of aromatic spices giving it a delicious and explicit taste. It was served with a small portion of sticky rice.
Also, one does not leave without trying the Baked cheesecake served with a mixed berry compote. The cheesecake was creamy and gave superb after taste after being paired up with the tangy berry compote.