It is a great excuse for us to head out and try new bistros and restaurantss. Eating, being one of our biggest of loves. =p
Located at the corner of Gemmill Street, it has been the talk of the town amongst the foodies blogs. So I thought we HAVE to try it out. The husband, being the lovely person he is, obliged.
For our mains, we ordered the black pepper coated tenderloin and crab cakes. The steak was grilled to perfection with a charred exterior and stilll pink in the middle, retaining the medium rare goodness. It was so good, I finished it before touching my crab cakes
The crab cakes had stunning reviews online. It was chockful of crab meat and its accompanying mustard sauce was just so creamy and tarty, complementing the mouthfuls of lightness of the crab meat.
We adore Mac and cheese. And this came with half a lobster on top with a sprinking of cracked crackers. It was soooo yummy. D loved the rosti which had cream cheese in the middle. It was just thoughtful little surprises that D really liked.
I chose the key lime pie. A deconstructed pie with the key lime filling at the bottom and digestive biscuit crumbs in the middle, topped with sweet cream. It was tardy and sweet at the same time. Superbly yummy.
The husband was very happy with the meal. We sat and talked, people watched and just lapped up the good food. The service was attentive and brisk. We liked that. It's what separate a good restaurant from the rest of the pack
Great times. I think we will be back again. This time round, with our bunch of friends.
Luke's Oyster Bar and Chop House
20 Gemmill Lane
Tel: +65 6221 4468