A few different kinds of bread, but none of them were that good. Bread weren't soft enough, the crispy bread was a bit too thick and too hard. Not for me...
- Deep fried Ravioli wrapped in parma ham with melon
This is a pretty weird combination to me, parma ham should go with something light to bring out the flavour of the ham, definitely not with deep fried food. For the ravioli, it was over fried, still golden colour, but it was way too hard and I could not taste the filling at all apart from the pastry.
Pretty interesting, a bit sweet to be soup, not creamy enough. It wasn't bad, but I wasn't overwhelmed by it
Baked Halibut with vegetable slices (aubergin, potato, tomato, onion)
This was pretty bad, the look of it wasn't appealing at all, everything was wrapped in a piece of foil.. They could have used waxed paper instead, I'm sure it would look much better. Most part of the fish was tender enough, but some part was a little bit tough. Not much of seasoning, no herbs, pretty tasteless. Vegetable were non-chew-able, they were really tough and rubbery, I couldn't eat them. Only the slice of potato was edible and the tomato slice was just ok to eat. This dish does not require any skill to make. It was terrible.
Chocolate fondant with pomelo ice-cream
I'm not a big dessert fan, but i was curious, because their savoury dishes weren't great, so I wanted to know whether they can do better dessert. The look of the dessert was impressive. But, pomelo ice-cream was too sweet to go with chocolate fondant... should choose something more tangy or sour to go with it in my opinion. For the chocolate fondant itself, the outer was too thick and floury, a bit dry. The molten chocolate wasn't gooey enough and it didn't ooze out. The flavour of the chocolate wasn't rich enough... It was just mediocre
For $380, I could get something much better, maybe not as many dishes, but everything was mediocre, I really think this place is overrated and it is definitely overpriced for what it is. At an industrial building at Lai Chi Kok, rent is very low, they can do something much better if they want to.
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: Oct 27, 2012
Spending per head: Approximately HKD380
Value for Money1
Keep it up!