Having seen the menu online before we came we did not really know what to expect. But already when served the snacks we knew we were in good hands, I particularly liked the 'Nasi Lemak Cheong Fun' and the local chicken liver pate & goji berry jam. Of the main courses the Nippon Koi Farm Silver Perch was excellent and so was the Toh Thye San Farm French Poulet. The Indonesian Pork Collar was too lean for my taste, and some of the greens looked a bit tired, however, overall this was one of the best Michelin lunches we have had in Singapore for some time, a refreshing new experience with excellent service. At S$118 per pax for nine 'courses' including a generous glas of wine and a coffee this was very good value.
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