#02-01 The Village Centre) for our sashimi fix - whether to dine in or takeaway. There is no service charge here - you select your fish from the many in the fridge (all packaged like in Jap supermarkets and priced based on weight) and they'd slice it up for you and serve it as above - nothing too fancy but the fish is really quite fresh. The swordfish was particularly firm and sweet today.
My family likes this so we had 3 of this. We also had the seasoned scallop but we were too fast for the camera...
They price the unagi here higher than what I'd expect, the eel alone is a whooping $19 for one slab (and it is not huge, we had it the previous time).
We had 2 Sampler I menus ($13.90 each) - 3 scoops each. Sampler II menus have flavours decided by the house and is slightly cheaper.
Coffee Crunch,Baileys, Lychee Martini
My dad liked the coffee crunch - it has these gritty bits of coffee bean in it. Surprisingly, my brother liked the lychee martini - I think Seventh Heaven has the best rendition thus far.
Once again, after sampling so many flavours, the Baileys was quite mild - I guess our taste buds have been more than overwhelmed. My mom prefers the Baileys that Haagan Daaz used to carry.When my mom was paying up, the young lady then surprised us (or rather we surprised her by leaving so fast) with a chocolate cake that she was baking for us! She asked if we wanted to hang out more cos she was baking a cake for us ... That was really sweet of her - we weren't expecting anything even thought they got our reservations mixed up. Just as well because the two times I was here at Seventh Heaven I didn't try the cake!
Once again the reservations got mixed up but we managed to secure a table (although it wasnt at the bar which we wanted cos we wanted to see our desserts being made) - but they are not as nice as Seventh Heaven giving us an extra dessert.
Warm Tart, Wild Nettle, Salted Caramel, Blood orange Sorbet
We saw them flame the top of the chocolate tart before serving it - warms the chocolate and the fluid dark chocolate was really yummy with the crisp tart pastry!
Smoked white chocolate, Wild strawberry Panna Cotta, Pate de fruit, White Chocolate Rice Crispies, Rose Petal Sorbet
Blackberry parfait, lychee air, basil, pine nut cake, lychee rose ice cream
Those blueberry balls were yummy! It was really tasty to eat with the cake and the foam. We were supposed to take a whiff of the thyme in the glass before savouring the dessert but honestly, I couldnt appreciate how it altered the taste. As M mentioned, it prolongs the pleasure simply because it prolongs the process of eating the desserts. Guys will not like this place cos i think the sweets'd be gone in a gobble, before the waiter finishes his chant of the makings of the dessert.