Our group had a late dinner (830pm) here so the place was not full anymore and we were able to sit together without having to wait. The place is located at the far end of a side street, so unless the driver knows it, you can easily miss it as there is no adequate signage from the main road.
Upon arrival, it is an old house, but I was surprised with the sparse decoration, unlike the typical old houses that contain a lot of antiques or old stuffs. The walls were sparse, as if it was a deliberate attempt to make it into a minimalist architectural concept. The toilets were nicely done, albeit it had a lot more modern look than the main dining room. The food is generous in size compared to Canvass, considering they have the same/similar owners/chef. The salad was good, and the main course was also nice. I had the pork with a choice of gravy. The pork was nice and thick, and nicely cooked. Unfortunately, I found the gravy insufficient, and I asked for extra, only to be told extra gravy = extra charge. For such an upscale restaurant, it is not the time to be stingy with such little things as gravy.
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