Friday, April 04, 2008

Brussels Sprouts

It had been a crazy week juggling many balls with no time for play, and I was looking forward to the planned drinks and dinner today. My friends and I met at Brussels Sprouts at the Pier@ Robertson and sat alfresco by the river.We just stuck to starters and mussels which were sufficient for us and went straight to dessert.
Mussels-lovers you will love brussels sprouts as you will be spoilt for choice with options of mussels cooked in 14 different styles. We ordered a tom yam and a brussels sprouts special shown here.Brussels sprouts also serves all-you-can-eat fries and the fries are thick-cut and best of all they come with a bowl of homemade mayonnaise. I'm not usually a cab person but give me a beer, thick-cut fries and homemade mayo, and I'm a gonner.
To our two mussels order, we added a crepe stuffed with wild mushrooms, ham and cheese, and toast cannibal with steak tartare. This is the steak tartare which we quite like. However, the crepe was consumed fast as we didn't want it to get cold.For dessert, we ordered a sticky date pudding, a flourless chocolate cake and a belgium waffle. Even though we shared the dessert, us were stuffed and there was a definite belgium chocolate overload at our table.

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