I started off with Spicy bean curd soup (Rating 5/5) which was their version of traditional Korean soup consisting of chicken, bean curd and sprouts and it had spot-on flavours with well-balanced heat great consistency and Som Tum Salad (Rating 4/5) which was a fresh accompaniment of raw papaya salad with beans and prawns.
Later for starters I tried Wasabi prawns (Rating 5/5) which had the right amount of heat of wasabi, a good sized crunchy prawns thankfully not overcooked then Wok fried fragrant chicken (Rating 5/5) nothing fancy chicken starter but boy this was the best tasting dish that day thanks to its simplicity in itself due to tender chicken pieces, marinade so well with its fragrant sauce and lastly I tried Kambing Kicap tossed sliced lamb (Rating 5/5) which again was a stunner dish in itself thanks to the perfectly sliced lamb piece crispy and delicious oyster sauce topped with sesame seeds.
In main we tried Burnt garlic fried rice with Kung paon chicken (Rating 5/5) and Prawns Hakka noodles with Pla rad prik (Rating 5/5) again the great course of meal towards the end of extravagant culinary experience, the sauces were great, the freshness of rice and noodles and the combo was completely lived upon. My fav combo has always been burnt garlic rice and Kung Pao chicken so do try that out for sure.
Finally the most awaited thing in the menu, Wasabi Icecream (Rating 5/5) and for me, this was the BEST DESSERT EVER! I love spicy food and what about a spicy pungent ice cream? Yes if you are a wasabi fan, this will sweep you through the floor and to the Chocolate lovers which my other half was, she gorged all over their Dark Chocolate Cremeaux (Rating 5/5) like never seen before.
All in all a perfect experience as always from brand Sahara and am I truly cherish each of their restaurants. I rate this 5.