What a feast we had sitting in what could have been the Middle East, but was in fact a lovely quiet restaurant nestled by the Singapore River. There was a choice of seating either inside or out. We sat out so we could people watch and catch the breezes. Appetisers were lamb kofta and chef made soft cheese with oilive oil and Lebanese bread. Main was lamb stew with preserved lemon and beans and chickpea falafel. The lamb was so tender it just fell apart and the falafel was crunchy on the outside and perfectly seasoned. We caught drinks in happy hour, gin was $9 and beer $11 but then had to add 17% tax. Mains were on average $30 to $45 pre tax. Service was good and staff friendly and informative. Really enjoyed the meal and will certainly revisit next time we travel through Singapore.
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