Have heard a lot about this restaurant that specialized in Teochew cuisine. Taking an opportunity in attending a calligraphy exhibition at the club (by the way, the club support many such art exhibitions), I invited my friend for a lunch at the restaurant on a Saturday. The external and internal look of the club house, where the restaurant is located is excellent and it gives an "exclusive" feeling of the restaurant even though it is open to the public. The setting and ambiance of the restaurant matches the club house so it is not out of place. Surprisingly not too crowded on a Saturday afternoon and we were given a table immediately. Staff are friendly and know the menu very well and able to give us recommendation and the amount of food we ordered. Most importantly the food is great, our main dish was the crab with vermicelli in a claypot and it was cooked to perfection. Price is a little on the high side, but fully justifiable if taking the overall experience of ambiance, service and food quality into consideration.
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