Sambal Salmon Cream Penne ($12.90) Salmon was grilled to perfection, skin has a crunchy texture which I like. The penne soaked up the spicy sambal infused cream sauce and every bite is a spicy kick. Good for those who like belachan infused spicy. Thought that the combination of cooling cream and fiery sambal chilli is an innovative idea. However, for people who prefer a milder taste and no spice, this may not be suitable.

Seared Scallop & Prawn Linguine ($28) is infused in a orangey prawn bisque sauce and came elegantly displayed. A dish which is hard to not love at first sight especially if you love seafood. The prawns and scallops are fresh and yummy but the sauce is not on the creamy side like what one would expect from a traditional bisque but rather on the thin watery side which packs the powerful punch of the unami flavour of prawns.

Rating - 8/10

Cabonara Turkey Bacon ($11.90) The amount of bacon pieces given is pathetic and the turkey bacon is meh tasting. This minimal dish is just spaghetti, bacon and cabonara sauce. On the bright side, though the cabonara sauce is given in ration size, it tasted decent.

Shoestring fries with mayonaise and cheese sauce ($4.90) The cheese sauce is ok but the mayonaise is a bit sweet which is weird imho. Prefer KFC.

Red Tomyum soup with seafood ($10.50), Chicken in Green Curry served with Hom Mali rice ($ 11.90) and Thai Fishcake (tod man pla) ($10.90). The tomyum soup is decadent, rich lightly spiced with fish slice , prawns and a gentle reminder as to why I fell for thai food in the 1st place. The green curry is one of the thickest and richest I have ever tried and the juicy chicken chunks inside complement the coconut gravy perfectly.However, both of these dishes are served in standard rice bowl sizes which I feel is too small in terms of portion and money paid. The thai fishcake is served piping hot and comes with a sweet chilli dipping sauce. However, I would give this appetiser a miss as there is nothing spectacular about the taste i.e taste like fried otah fishcake.

Mix Grill Platter - Chicken, Grilled Pork Skewers, Prawns, Sous-Vide Beef & Bangkok Jam Signature Salad

I enjoyed the chicken, grilled pork skewers very much as the were very fresh and well marinated without being too salty. The pork skewers were so soft and tender I thought it was chicken at first. 😅 The beef is cooked medium done and streaks of red could be seen in the middle portion of the meat, which might not be good for people who are avoiding raw meat or just put off by the sight of blood. The texture of the beef is tender and there is a lingering bbq charred taste to it. However, it is not the best I have tried ( because of the cut of the beef used ) and there are lots fatty portions that is not edible and you have to cut it off. The medium size bbq prawns is the least enjoyable of all IMHO. It comes intact with the head and everything so be prepared to use your hands. After peeling and biting into the prawn, one would notice that the meat is too dry and salty and you cannot really tell the freshness of the prawn.