If only Tripadvisor would allow 3 1/2 stars! Ate in September. Quiet, slightly difficult to get to restaurant located in the west side of Singapore, near the education/scientific area known as Biopolis. The restaurant is located in a verdant, leafy area redolent of the old colonial heydays of British rule, and you almost forget that you are in one of the most densely populated cities in SE Asia. Arrived on Friday evening and all indoor seats were long gone. Parking was difficult on Friday, having to park on the residential verges. We were greeted on arrival and shown to corner (outside) table. It wasn't particularly hot that night, but you might be troubled by the sound of passing traffic. We tried: antipasta (OK), cheese, black pig belly (nice, but rich), duck legs stewed in red wine and raisins (herby), osso bucco (hmm- OK, but was hoping for more subtle rich flavours), lamb shank (well, what can you say about lamb shank?). Dessert was shared tiramisu (nice!) and lime sorbet (exceedingly sour). Wines were expensive, even by Singapore standards, and the overall meal was slightly expensive for the food we received. Service was friendly and efficient, even though they did forget our second order of bread.
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