Sunday, October 28, 2007

Spanish Tapas

Restaurant Name: Oosh

From farm to army camp, today Tanglin Village is converted as an area for classy dinning & drinking. There are more than 30 bars & restaurants in Tanglin Village. Among them, Oosh is one of the biggest outdoor restaurant in Singapore. It is converted from an old black & white coloured British building. Entrance is decorated with fish pool, small waterfall, green trees, and bamboo huts. You won't feel like in Singapore when dinning here, it was like in a resort in Bali. It is not difficult to spot a few Ferrari or Porsche car parked outside this restaurants, as well as local celebrities & models walking around.

Spanish Tapas: Garlic Shrimp. SGD13. This dish was completely disappointed as the shrimp was frozen & treated very crunchy, but completely lost its original taste.

French styled Duck Confit with Green Salad. SGD26. Duck meat was medium cooked, OK tender & juicy, however, the gravy wasn't nicely made. Salad was fresh though.

Parma Ham & Asparagus Roll. SGD10. Well, this dish is not difficult to made at all. Must be good as long as they use fresh & quality ingredient. No complaint.

Phone: +65 64750002
Address: No. 22 Dempsey Road, Tanglin Village, Singapore 249679.
How to get there: take a taxi from Orchid MRT.

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