Five Sails was great- the portions were a little small, but overall, every course was quite delicious and satisfying. I chose the Lobster Bisque to start, followed by the Grilled "Prime" New York steak and the Pavlova for dessert. The restaurant also treated us with a shrimp salad cocktail and little chocolate cubes before and after our 3-course meal. I also ran into an old high school friend working at the restaurant, which was a nice surprise! Shoutout the Laura :) ~
|Miniature shrimp salad cocktail|
|Lobster Bisque with fresh Atlantic lobster - looks like a latte doesn't it?|
|Grilled "Prime" New York steak (prepared medium/medium rare) silky Madeira sauce, crisp sweet onion rings vegetables in season|
|Pavlova with fresh seasonal & exotic fruits fruit coulis & silky creme Anglaise|
|Little chocolate cubes|
Chambar is a Belgian restaurant who has a huge love of extreme ambient lighting, lol. It was so dark in there I could barely tell what I was eating. So sorry for the dim pictures- the flash made it even worse. I also forgot to take a picture of my first course.
For my dinner, I chose the chevreuil carpaccio to start, the tomato soup mussels + fries, and the toasted meringue with cream cheese ice cream for dessert. Rest assured- the food was also very good (especially the cream cheese ice cream) despite not being about to see it, though the mussels could have been less salty.
|This is all they had for lighting. A candle per table. haha.|
|Moules-Frites Congolaise - Mussels, tomato coconut cream, smoked chili & lime, cilantro|
|The 'frites' - I loved these so much I ate my friends' too lol.|
|Lemon curd, toasted meringue|
|THE CREAM CHEESE ICE CREAM... omgaaah om noms.|
I always try and partake in the Dine Out festival because it's a great way to try out those otherwise expensive restaurants for a cheaper price. Though it may be a bit hard to book tables because of the increased amount of guests, I still do it every year~
Did you try out any restaurants for Dine Out this year? :)
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