Sunday, December 28, 2008


Huge place with lots of different areas for various types of eating, drinking & socializing. There are areas with big comfy couches, areas with sit-down dinner plating, bar counters, alfresco and a cordoned area for wine tasting or private dining.

I was surprised that for such a huge space, only tapas (read finger food) is available. Not even pub grub. The drinks menu is bigger than the food menu.

Still, the stuff is fantastic. I had a foiegras tartine (A signature of the St Pierre group) and crab sandwich (chef's specialty). You can guess the sizes from the picture. Kudos to the chef for keeping the ingredients fresh and flavourful. But, at $20 a pop this place is destined to be a see & be seen spot.

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