229 Chapel Street
Update: Can’t keep away.
I will be arriving in Singapore later today, doing a little bit of shopping and stopping by Waku Ghin for dinner.
Brighter than when I was last there.
Mojito - Cruzen & Havana Blanco Rum, Sugar Syrup, Soda with Smashed Lime & Mint ($18)
Personally I prefer the cocktails at Eau de Vie for neighbourhood drinks. This was lovely but didn’t pack a punch. Didn’t pack any punch really.
Pumpkin, Prawn, Coconut & Coriander Soup ($8.5)
My favourite - the creamy sweet pumpkin makes for such a perfect pairing.
Rendang Chicken Curry Dip with Roti Bread ($9.5)
The curry is on the sweeter side, and the roti is quite stiff but nitpicking aside, it’s delicious.
Stir Fried Asparagus, Bok Choy, Beans with Chilli & Garlic ($15.5)
Fresh crisp and crunchy.
Betel Leaf Salad with Snapper, Peanuts, Ginger, Chilli & Lime ($10.5)
Light and refreshing, yet another one of their great sharing dishes packed with flavour. Little morsels of deep fried snapper scattered throughout.
Bangkok Bolognaise ($15.5)
No bright red tomato sauce, just tasty beef mince, chopped up tomatoes and thin noodles with a lovely bite.
Fat Duck Noodles ($16.5)
Slivers of duck breast, with thick fat silky noodles, really quite greasy and best to be shared by many. A bite or two will leave you wanting more.
Penang Lamb Curry with Rice & Eggplant Salad ($17.5)
Their curries are actually pretty delicious, on the sweet side with tender lamb pieces.
It’s hard to stay away.