A wonderful dinner and some drinks ended our hectic day. Thanks to Weili for bringing us to this awesome place, SEAMSTRESS.
There are 4 levels to SEAMSTRESS. Basement where the Sweatshop Bar is located, Cafe at the entrance, Restaurant where we were on the first level and the Cocktail Bar where we had our drinks. Spatial planning for the entire building was seamless.
We were all starving to be honest. Food at SEAMSTRESS were classified as fusion food. We are no experts so we asked for some help, perhaps chef’s recommendations would be great at this point of time.
We had (1) Steamed fillet of Hiramasa kingfish, parcel wrapped in banana leaf, scented with ginger and spring onion, (2) Twelve hour braised Berkshire pork belly, drunken potatoes, steamed baby bok choy & star anise caramel, (3) Fillet of Greenham beef grilled, quad of poached chinese mushrooms & a puree of roast autumn beets, (4) Steamed jasmine rice and (5) Rice noodles with soy, black beans & straw mushrooms.
Too much for the 3 of us? Not at all, we managed to finish all our main dishes and it was delicious. Simple yet delicate.
After a satisfied meal, we headed upstairs to the Cocktail Bar for some drinks. I tried the Espresso Martini, which I think it’s more or a men’s drink. A unique blend of Polish vodka with Toussaint & Kahula coffee liqueurs and it says “To pick me up, then fuck me up” on the menu.
It was a pretty strong drink which made me sleep so soundly at night.
We had a wonderful time at SEAMSTRESS, the food was good, drinks was nice and the service was remarkable. So, if you are planning for a dinner at the SEAMSTRESS, remember to make a reservation.
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All the food and drinks look very good!
The food are very delicious actually.
But the drinks are a lilttle too strong, for Jessie’s and mine!!