Oak Tree Ristorante (Jordan)
Located in the quiet end of Jordan lies Oak Tree Ristorante.
It has fun and lively vibes for gatherings and large groups.
Here was what we tried:
Scotland and Tasmanian oysters.
Both were nice and fresh, nicely opened without pieces of shell in it.
Italian Antipasto Plate with Farmer Bread:
A nice selection of Parma ham, mozzarella di bufala, salami, artichokes, grilled vegetables in extra virgin olive oil.
Their bread was deliciously soft with lots of fragrant herbs.
Black Truffle and Porcini Mushrooms Cream Soup:
Tasted extremely milky with lots of porcini mushrooms that had a crunch to it.
Mushroom and Truffle Pizza:
Tomato, mozzarella cheese, mixed mushrooms & truffles.
I liked the pizza because the tomato base was really tangy.
1/2 Lobster Tail in Wine Sauce topped with Black Truffle Shaving:
The lobster could have been meatier.
A selection of prime Rib Eye, US Pork Chop and lamb Chops.
As I was quite full I did not try it.
Mushroom and seabass Risotto:
Italian rice slowly cooked in mushroom served with seabass.
The risotto was nice and creamy and the fish was tender.
Gnocchi alla Romana:
This was my favourite Italian potato gnocchi.
It was soft and thickly covered in delicious tomato sauce.
Nice and creamy.
Light and flakey pastry with sweet strawberries in the middle.
After trying this, Snow ball is now my favourite alcoholic drink because it is sweet and different.
Made with advocaat which contains egg and tastes similar to eggnog.