I loved the décor because it was sparkly and glistening and they had these huge acrylic spheres and flowers.
For me, I was just mesmerized by the sparkling décor because we were in the room in the corner that was decorated with white and silver elements, which I just love.
In the main room, there were portraits of local celebrities with threatened animals shot in Africa by Sean Lee Davies with a message to protect endangered animals.
The menu was quite good and offers more choices than the Popsy room with beautifully illustrated pages and I love the way the drinks are called Poptails.
Started off with a strong macho drink infused with chili, rosemary garnished with floating blueberries followed by some bread and butter.
Then we had bread:
Crispy volcano egg:
The egg was wrapped in this delicious wafer thin crispy parsley sheet and garnished with strands of fried purple potato, which looked like silk.
I liked the simple flavours because you can taste each of the elements, which don’t really need any special sauces.
Scampi in the clouds:
The angel hair was very creamy and I felt that a little more salt or sea urchin flavour was needed but the crayfish balanced it nicely.
Roast Angus beef tenderloin:
A nice juicy tenderloin paired with filling risotto that was not too creamy.
For dessert we had the Earl Grey Disco.
A delicious earl grey and chocolate mousse paired with rich red berries.
Popsy Modern Kitchen: