April 15, 2014

Winterlicious lunch @ Auberge du Pommier

I've featured Auberge du Pommier on my blog a couple of times now, so I'm going to keep the writing minimal and let the pictures speak for themselves. This was another Winterlicious lunch, priced at $25 per person. 
Salt-baked potato soup- bacon lardons, candied onions, XO Gouda

April 12, 2014

Winterlicious @ L'Unità Enoteca

I'm so backlogged with blogging that I'm only now starting to write about Winterlicious back in early February. When it comes to the 'licious events, I always have my old favourites, but I make sure to try at least one new place each year. This time, I checked out l'Unità with a girl friend, a place that I've been wanting to try for quite some time. Dinner here was priced at $35 per person. 
We were pretty hungry by the time any food hit the table so we pretty much inhaled the bread. While the bread was nothing to write home about, the accompanying olive oil was excellent.
Arancini bolognese- tomato sugo & parmigiano
The arancini came piping hot and were absolutely delicious- crispy on the outside, and meaty in the centre. I would eat this any day. 

March 9, 2014

BENT-O Part II

Back in November, I had the pleasure of trying out Bent's $35 BENT-O Part II special with three friends. I am usually not the greatest fan of Asian fusion, but had heard a lot of great things about Bent and their first BENT-O. 
Our server recommended us to share the BENT-O as an appetizer platter and order a few other things on the side, and that is exactly what we did. In hindsight, I would have been happy just having the BENT-O all for myself as my meal. 

January 29, 2014

Dinner @ Rose & Sons

On a cold, snowy night, my friend and I ventured to Rose & Sons for dinner.
Dark and stormy ($11) - goslings, ginger beer, lime

January 19, 2014

Terra

If you're looking for a fancy restaurant uptown to celebrate a special occasion, Terra would be a good choice. 
The bread wasn't the best, but held us over while waiting for food. 
Crab cakes ($19.95) - mango papaya salsa and coconut-kaffir froth
My boyfriend and I shared the crab cakes as an appetizer. I'm happy to report that the crab cake was packed full of real crab meat. I also really enjoyed the tropical accompaniments, which brightened up the flavours. Even the strange looking coconut foam worked! 

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