Let’s come back to my trip post, birthday post will be put on hold for the time being as I don’t have any photo for it.
After Clarke Quay, my friend brought us to Robertson Walk.
I love the place the minute I stepped my foot there! I love the ambiance. I can imagine my wedding being held here *LOL* But this will be just dream because it’s not possible for me to have my wedding here, fly all my guests to Singapore? Book this whole place down? It’s crazy! Hahaha… In real life, I won’t be doing all these, very troublesome and wasting money, just sign and go will do. I don’t care about the wedding, all I care is the marriage.
*BLEK* Anyway ;p Enough of the fantasy. Let’s go to place we had our dinner, it’s called Red House. A Chinese restaurant. Just walked along the river and you will spot it.
Left: A section of the place. There’s a huge ceiling fan. I did take the photo but can’t see a thing because it’s turning and couldn’t fit into my lens, it’s so HUGE! Found something similar in the Internet, bigassfans.com, go check it out, it’s something like that.
Right: Chinese tea, free flow, don’t know how much was the charge.
Left: Signature Creamy Custard Prawn(SGD7 for 100gm), NICE prawns! Yum yum… This is one of their signature dish, not disappointing at all, two thumbs up from me. *drool*
Right: Braised Spinach Tofu & Honshimeji Mushroom topped with Crisp Conpoy (small, SGD14), very unique tofu. Don’t know how to explain the taste but it tasted good for me. This is also their signature dish.
Left: New Zealand Tender Venison on Sizzling Hot Plate(medium, SGD27) Quite nice, tasted good and very tender. Also their signature dish.
Right: Red House Mee Goreng(small, SGD12), obviosuly this si also their signature dish. Hmm… Nothing much to rave about it, it’s just Malay style mee goreng. Pretty spicy though for those that cannot tolerate spiciness.
Left: Braised Ee Fu Noodle with Assorted Mushroom and Chives(small, SGD10), the noodle is quite “Q”, tasted not bad too.
Right: Sambal Kang Kong(I assume this is small, SGD10) tasted so-so but very very spicy.
There was a small dish of peanuts and they did provide us with wet towel too. These two are charged too of course and it’ll be automatically added to your bill.
The total was hehehe… Quite expensive, more than SGD100! It’s my friend’s treat. Feel so paiseh la… Next time you come to Kuching, I’ll treat you really really well hahaha… That’s all I can do to pay your deed for treating us expensive meal and drove us around.
I managed to exchange name card with the manager there. This is the only place where I didn’t get weird glares or stares when I took photos of the food.
I quite like this place even though the food price is a bit high but if the figures are in Ringgit, it’s pretty reasonable.
After the dinner we went to Fullerton Hotel, One Fullerton, and Merlion Park. That will be next post.