Not only does Orgo strive to impress my expectations, it strives to expand on creativity on suiting people's entertainment. 2011 New Year Celebration, there was not much to celebrate with, as it was far too crowded with many people as tables & seats were plotted everywhere, causing a claustrophobic atmosphere. As this 2012 New Years came around, I celebrated my new years there once again. This time, not only did it hold less seats, making it more comfortable for people as there was more space, but also Orgo hosted fun little games that was entertaining for the worth while.
While many people rate this people on it's food, drinks, and service, I disagree that a restaurant should be judged that way. Yes, foods and drinks are the main components of a restaurant, but other smaller factors such as the creativity are left out of the question. Has anyone noticed the dark colored cube suited for the atmosphere, the way it provides a luxurious taste in the atmosphere? Or perhaps the way it is just merely designed, dark and smooth? Many people still lack the consciousness of the design of environments.
Not only does the bar hold a luxurious feel, but also a luxurious feel in taste. The drinks, are most magnificent in flavor as I have never tasted them before. The originality of the drink and organic items not only makes it fresh, but also electrifying. These tastes seem to lock into pieces like a puzzle, and this is one of the main reasons I like to visit Orgo, since it holds a shocking taste to it. The food, on the other hand, is seen as a disgust in many people's views. I don't believe that. When I ordered, the food came quite instantly and tasted deep and heavy. Despite it's small serving size, I feel that it is suitable for the price to be at what it is, or else it won't be seen as a luxurious bar & restaurant, won't it? The Pasta is also nicely boiled, and perfectly sauced so that the pasta would not soak up in the sauce, nor will it be dry being uncomfortable to eat.
The Service lastly, is one of the greatest in Singapore I feel. Other restaurants in the United States, Nicholas Yen strives to ask customers what he could do better for his bar to be more suitable. This is my first point, striving to suit people's needs. Since he has an American-ish background, I feel that he strives to bring the trait of Service to Singapore. Singapore mainly lacks service in many places, as many people lack the effort to push and do more, instead of doing the least and getting the pay.
I feel that this restaurant deserves more than what people rate. Many of these critics that rate restaurants are merely beginners, they lack the overseas experience in knowing what real service is. This Restaurant & Bar is one of my favorites, thanks to Nicholas Yen and Tomoyuki Kitazoe's wonderful drinks.
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