Prior to this visit, I have already tried it twice especially for their Dutch oven pancakes, once at Hysan place for their sweet Dutch pancake and the other time at this branch for their savoury pancake.
At the TST branch, it is more casual and serves more desserts for people to sit down and have a break.
Their pancakes have tempura mixture added to it to give it a better texture and taste.
Mushroom and tomato pancake:
Prosciutto and cheese pancake:
The pancake was crispy on the sides and soft at the base.
It would have been nice if they had guerkins in this as well.
Gapao rice :
Basically, it was minced chicken cooked with basil and chili and it was amazingly delicious because the spicyness of the chilis were just right complemented by rice.
King taco rice:
This dish is surprisingly an Okinawan dish!!
Anyway it was rice topped with chili con carne surrounded by salad with lovely cheddar cheese sprinkled on top.
The cheese and spices smell really nice when it is just done and the chili con carne beneath it is piping hot.
After mixing it together it was so delicious because the salad balances out the chili con carne and they have also put a sauce on it which tastes similar to sour cream but better.
Chocolate banana whipped cream pancake:
Mixed berry custard pancake:
The generous cream on the pancake was nice with the tart berries, however I could not taste the custard.
Perrier with raspberry:
I liked it because you mix it yourself and the raspberry taste was refreshing.
Lime and kiwi lassi:
Improvements and suggestions:
Overall I liked the Dutch oven pancakes but I felt that if the pancake base for the savoury ones were not sweetened then it would be perfect.
The tomatoes in the tomato and mushroom pancake could have been more tangy.