We had dinner at Oca Grassa, an Italian restaurant that interprets Italian cusine with a modern twist. “Oca grassa” means fat goose in Italian. Taking up two floors in a shophouse in Bukit Pasoh Road, one immediately notices the clean contemporary decor with nary a hint of its Italian intentions.
You intend to grab a quick bite at the Food Opera food court located at Ion Orchard, but it is crowded and you have to jostle with the other patrons to secure a eating space for two. One other option is to eat at one of those mini-restaurants located within Food Opera which have reserved seating areas for their respective patrons. Is it worthwhile to pay more for the meal and have some private space for lunch? Today, we find out during lunchtime at Ah Wok’s Restaurant.
The queue leading to the cafe gives a good indication of the popularity of Nam’s Brewing Thai Tea & Coffee which serves traditional Thai beverages like ChaYen, ChaDamYen and ‘O’Liang at very reasonable prices.
Da Paolo Bistro Bar is a restaurant serving contemporary European cuisine. It is located in a large restored old house in Rochester Park. On this hot and windy Sunday, we decided to try out their brunch menu.