We started off with the Crosscut Short Ribs which were moist and well seasoned, albeit a bit chewy . The generous portion made it feel more like a main course than an appetizer.
The outstanding Lobster salad achieved the perfect balance in flavour and texture .
From the mains, the Cornish Hen was juicy and flavourful, but the accompanying sides of roasted potatoes & blanched tomatoes were bland and insipid .
The Duck was delicious and cooked to perfection. However the sauce accompanying it ( presumably a chocolate sauce ), was a bit watered down and the chorizo that was supposed to be part of the dish, was almost undetectable . This was a big disappointment, since we were looking forward to tasting this pairing of flavours, as mentioned on the menu.
For dessert, the Enseimada - a baked pastry served with chocolate ice cream, crème chantilly , praline of peanuts & hazelnuts & drizzled with chocolate sauce, was delightful .
Our server was pleasant and service was good to begin with, but it gradually began to slow down to the point where we had to wait almost half an hour for our dessert . The ambiance was passable,with tables a bit too close for comfort .
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