Tom's has a great reputation in town for its high quality food, but also being pricey.
However, most western food lovers wouldn't mind paying a little more for good food, including us.
We dine at the restaurant on a weekend for dinner.
The environment is nice and cosy, similar to some decent restaurants in Europe we have been to. While we were there, a guest sitting across the room was talking so loudly to his friends that we could actually follow their conversation. This was a little unpleasant during the meal but wasn't the restaurant's fault.
The food are pretty good. We ordered a cream of broccoli and pumpkin soup for starters.
For the main course, we had the aglio olio pasta and honey mustard chicken.
I have to say that the pasta was very tasty but not the chicken, though the portions are pretty decent.
The chicken was slightly undercook, where the thickest part of the thigh, touching the bone, was still red. I bet it would be well done if cooked for another 5 minutes.
Having said that, the chicken arrived probably 15 minutes after the pasta dish, so we shared the pasta while waiting.
The chef/ waitress can do a better job at their serving pace and timing, so that guests from one table can start eating courses at the same time.
For the price range close to a hotel restaurant, I was expecting a more professional service.
They also have quite a variety of desserts (cakes) and breads for sale.
I think it is good western restaurant in town, but there are still room for improvement.
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