The voucher comes with a glass of house wine for each person. Red or white, the white grape seems to be a more suitable companion for my mood of the night.
The meal is so far so good and we're really eager to try out the dessert here. It's sharing and we've thus taken the Sago Puding and Longan Broth, Chendul and Red Bean Panna Cotta and the Sarsi Poached Pears. The broth is extremely sweet that it's a must to go with the tasteless Sago. I do quite like the idea of solidifying the Chendul and then being garnished together with the coconut ice-cream and the small chunks of Gula Melaka or brown sugar. It's only a tiny mistake that the Chendul is slightly too hard. Else, this innovation will be a perfect dessert. Our preference is voted on the soft and delicious pear. I guess that the taste will be more amazing if the Sarsi is absorbing into the inner layer of the pear as well.
Despite the dissatisfaction earlier, we're then amazed by the deliciousness of the food here. I'm really praising their creativity towards the concept for food, it's truly Asian and Western. A "Thumb Up" to the waiter cum cleaner that works by himself alone yet very effective.