Try chef Derek Ang's red meat-friendly menu – and get 20 per cent off your total dining bill – when you book a table for dinner through Time Out. Booking period: 1-31 Jul.
First published on . Updated on 14 Aug 2012.
At this unimposing English roast-focused establishment with a robust yet modern approach, chef Derek Ang, formerly of Privé Restaurant, daringly pioneers a red meat-friendly menu. Catering to the surrounding workforce and hungry folk, swing by for a three-course set lunch ($38) that may send you into a delicious food coma with offerings as satisfying as butternut-and-spring-pea risotto; for a larger meal, try the USDA prime-rib roast lunch with Yorkshire pudding, creamed pea and corn, and garlic-potato mousseline for an additional charge ($55). Whether you’re having lunch or dinner, save room for the banoffee tart or the Eton mess dessert, a mixture of hazelnuts and meringue ($13). Or for an impressive conversation starter, try the whole roasted suckling piglet with caramelised apples, which serves eight ($208).