With soaring expectations before the meal, reality crashed down on us during and after.
If this restaurant was a car, it would be a Volvo – reliable, consistent and reassuring.
Serves an excellent char-grilled pork steak and many other pork-inclined dishes.
Creamy, dreamy, velveteen burrata is embellished simply with truffle oil and strips of sun-dried tomato.
This understated façade unfurls to yield an exquisite culinary treasure inside.
This café does a bang-up breakfast with magic scrambled eggs and pork bacon.
It's distinctive not just because the food is good, but also because the menu includes pork.
We left dessert - not because we didn’t have room. We just wanted an excuse to go back.
KL-ites are realising their good fortune in having this calibre of restaurant on their doorstep.
Its specialty lies in a unique medley of contemporary French/Japanese cuisine.