It is always fun going there with close friends and building it from scratch with twigs, pieces of wood and whatever you can find.
This was the reason I was attracted to this newly opened DEN in Sai Ying Pun.
When you get out of exit C, your almost there, you cross the road and the take the small uphill road adjacent to St Stephens college and your there.
The menu consists of steaks, comfort food and home made desserts.
My friend started off with grapefruit soda which I was expecting from the can or bottle but it was freshly made!!!!!!!!
First, the grapefruit juice was freshly squeezed into a glass and tonic water was added to give it the fizz resulting in a pretty glass of grapefruit soda with a lovely pink foam cap on top.
For food, we had the beef cubes, fish pie, mash, bacon and egg butty and the portions were huge.
Wagyu beef cubes:
Indeed each piece of beef was juicy and tender so I am convinced to try their Wagyu tenderloin next time when I have a beef craving.
There was a side of black pepper sauce that was homemade which had a strong peppery taste but the beef was really tasty on its own that it didn’t really need anything else.
The fish pie is slightly runny so that you can dip your chips and it is loaded with fish, prawns, crabsticks and clams.
Bacon and egg butty:
Basically it was crisp tasty bacon on lovely toast paired with sunny eggs.
I loved the pieces of orange and meringue because it was a nice balance of sweetness and sourness.
8 Oaklands Path,
Sai Ying Pun
☎️: 2803 0901.