|Espresso martini ($17)|
We started the night with a choice of 3 cocktails. The Espresso martini is concocted using espresso shot from the single origin of the day (aka coffee bean of the day), Kahlua & Vodka. Perhaps because Club Meatballs is using espresso shot instead of coffee flavouring, the coffee aroma lingers. Love it!!!
|Gin Basil Smash ($17)|
The Gin Basil Smash is concocted using Gin, basil and lemon juice and serve with in-house dehydrated lime slice. If you like something sourish and with high alcohol content, this might be the one for you.
Served with a sphere ice, Negroni is a cocktail made with Gin, Gran Classico, Carpano Antica. Among the 3, my favourite is the Espresso martini. 😉
|Huevos con chorizo|
A Spanish dish made with eggs and Chorizo, served with slices of toasted Ciabatta. I was told that this dish is best enjoyed by cutting the eggs into small pieces. It is also good to know that the Chorizo is made in-house.
|Sobrassada and gorgonzola bruschetta ($10.50)|
One of my favourites of the night, I like how the creamy gorgonzola cheese paired with Indian inspired spiced sobrassada.
|Ricotta, mango, walnuts and honey bruschetta ($9)|
To be frank, this is the first time I had a sweet version of a bruschetta. While some at the table were commenting that this should be a dessert, I like the combination of all the elements in this dish. While the bread is thin and crispy, the fruitiness and sweetness from the mango & berries complements the homemade ricotta cheese. Definitely a delightful and refreshing starters for me.
|Wagyu beef and rosemary balls with onion & red wine sauce & mashed potato ($19.50)|
Five massive golf-ball sized wagyu beef meatball on homemade mashed potato. I am totally sold by the mashed pototo, so smooth yet there are bits of potato in every mouthful. Love the touch of the textual bite.
|Iberico pork and fennel with salsa verde & fresh papardelle ($19.50)|
Homemade papardelle is so thin and springy that I would love to have more if not for my exploding tummy.
|Lemon meringue with caramelised pineapple and pistachios ($12)|
According to the PR, the best way to have this dessert is to scoop from the top to the bottom and enjoy the burst of flavours in the mouth. A good mix of nuttiness, acidity and sweetness, which I think a lot of ladies would find it delightful.
|White chocolate cheesecake with almond crumble and berries ($12)|
Richly packed with anti-oxidants on a dainty white chocolate cheesecake with almond crumble base. Definitely a sweet way to end the night.
|Credits : The Entertainer|