I've only got a short post about this place which we dined at last weekend. No abundance of pictures as I got barred from snapping any. I guess we shouldn't have sat so near the service counter as it was quite hard to hide two cameras including a DSLR.
My friends recommended this place which turned out to be a blessing in disguise since it was near to Holland Village. Basically it's the area between Tanglin Road and Holland Road. Depending on which way you enter, if from Holland Road, you will see a cluster of old houses which has now been converted into shops selling antiques and restaurants. Supposedly an old army base, it's a cute little village just off the hustle of the main road. If you come from Tanglin Road, it's just a turn off from Tanglin Park condominiums and you'll pass by lots of old houses.
The restaurant is housed within a converted 1950s bungalow which has been given an injection of life with glass walls. Overlooking a nice little forest of trees, it reminds one of an open and breezy Australian house. To see a picture of the place, click on the PS Cafe link below. We definitely need a place here in Kuala Lumpur as I can imagine how popular it will be as a place to just hang out.
Food is casual here - either order from the menu or the black board specials. There's two sittings: 6.30 and 8 pm. Bookings is always advisable as this place gets packed. I only managed to snap the fish and chips dish before I was told to stop. It was a good thing as it was kinda too dim. I only managed to taste my beef ragout which was served with spatzle and salad and Splashie Boy's smoked fish cakes. Both were really good especially the fish cakes. Also sampled a bit of the fish and chips which was really nice as the fish was flaky and fresh. For desserts, you can choose from a variety of steamed puddings, pies or cakes from the counter. We tried the pecan pie, apple pie and mango and banana crumble. All was good except I felt the mango and banana crumble was terribly sweet. Incidentally, service is extremely brisk here probably because they need us out for the next sitting. However, it wasn't super friendly though as I kinda hated getting lectured on how we needed to be out by a certain time.
28B, Harding Road
Tel No: 02 - 9070 9782/02 - 6479 3343
*Disclaimer: The opinions expressed here is entirely based on my personal tastebuds and may vary for others. The reviewer also declares that she has not received any monetary or non-monetary compensation from the restaurant for writing this review.
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