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Friday, 31 January 2014

Dinner at Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts, with its famous Belgian beers and mussels, bas three (3) outlets in Singapore -

80 Muhammad Sultan Road #01-02 The Pier at Robertson Quay, Singapore 239013 (Tel: 6887 4344), 
902 East Coast Parkway, Block F, Unit 01-27 Big Splash, Singapore 449874 (Tel: 6346 4344) and
31 Ocean Way, #01-01 Sentosa Cove, Quayside Isle, Singapore 098375 (Tel: 6684 4344).

I headed to the one at Big Splash @ East Coast Parkway for some sea breezes and a more senerade environment,. Brussels Sprouts boosts of a very chilled environment complete with simple decor and colorful lights and easy-listening music so that diners could kick back their heels and just relax over good food and drinks.

I always start with a good drink, no matter what - and this time my Rose Wine, sweet, light and cooling. It makes it easier to wait for the food and people watch.

The Salade Au Fromage Belge - mesclun salad, passendale cheese, hazel-walnut dressing, dried apricots and red grapes - a healthy starter under the "Garden Eat" selection of the menu - was served first. I loved the blend of cheese's savoury flavor and the sweetness of the dressing and fruits; the crisp of the vegetables and the juiciness of the fruits. This was an appetizing teaser of a starter for sure.

Next, how could I not try the famous Moules Frites (mussels and fries) combination here? I had the Brussels Sprouts special - clear broth of onion, parsley, butter, celery and black pepper. The broth was very delicious, so the mussels having been infused with this rich flavor, was a palatable burst of delicacy. The fries were thick and filled with goodness of real potato flesh. 

Overall, it was rather satisfying , the entire gastronomical encore. We spent around SGD$30.00 per person on this chillout session cum dinner.

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