Here it is from the outside. It's quite large and very airy with plenty of open-air seating.
This is the section we ate in.
After the rapturous few minutes of seeing each other in person for the first time, we got down to the business of drinking. I had a raspberry and lychee bellini. Sue had a Singapore Sling. I had heard of them, but never drank one before. I took a taste and found it was a great drink. Sue said they're normally not made with so many fresh juices and tend to be sweet and chemical-laden. I am now thinking I must try a chemical-laden Singapore Sling in the future. My raspberry cocktail was quite delicious.
Onward to lunch. We opted for the Bento Box, which consists of soup, salad, and some small bites.
Next was dessert. We opted to each order one of the dessert options and split them. There was Ovaltine kulfi and Banana-Macadamia ice cream. The kulfi was interesting. I think of kulfi as more ice-cream-like. This was served almost at room temperature. It was like malty fudge. The caramelized bananas it was served with were wonderful.
The ice cream was also delicious. It had a powerful banana taste with a hint of cinnamon. Unfortunately, it only contained two macadamia nuts. I had both of them. Poor Sue. She never got a single nut (unless you count the company).
The ice cream came packaged in a cute little takeout container.
Need a tagine?
How about stock pots on the ceiling?
Excellent day all in all. There is nothing like sharing good food with other food bloggers.