Service was very good, and we got good guidance on the menu. The menu was vast, and quite interesting, and also, they were willing to make a vegetarian version of any item on the menu. We ordered 2 appetizers - the fresh spring rolls, and fried sweet corn patties. Both of them were exceptional in presentation and taste. Just look at these corn fritters in the little baskets.
Our tea was served in tiny cute elephant cups that I immediately wanted to take home with me. However V pointed out that they were not that ergonomic since the wide brim made the tea go cold very fast. Besides they cost around $14 per mug!! Oh but they were so cute!
Our friend, D, decided to go vegetarian, as she often does when she is with us. For the main course, between us we ordered the Pad Thai vegetarian, the Pumpkin Curry (in keeping with the Thanksgiving theme) and Spicy Tofu stir-fry. We got a side of brown rice to go with it.
My favorite was the Pumpkin curry (V had his side of cashews as usual), which came inside a pumpkin and had chunks of pumpkin in it as well. V really liked the Spicy tofu vegetarian stir fry since it had a lot of basil. The pad thai was okay, but we still cleaned it up.
Well, after all this, you wouldn't think we had space for anything else! But the dessert menu looked so alluring that we had to get something. D got the Chocolate Mousse cake since she likes it rich and chocolatety! V and I decided to split the flaming banana dessert that came with a side of coconut icecream. Yum! All in all, a very satisfying evening. We probably stayed there for a good 2 hours, chatting with D whom we hadn't seen in a while. We gave thanks for the good friends we have in our lives.