It's a proper menu presented in a leather folder, not some plastic fantastic print job .... you can see it in some of the photos posted above.Geez how long would it take to read the menu? By the time you get to the end, the beginning would have been forgotten and you will have to start again
BTW what was the origin of the red checked tablecloth that is so French
Coming over from QF - it certainly is.Now that's a decent wine list!
Have a foot in both camps. It’s certainly a nice lounge with excellent beverages. But, it’s not the market leader like SQ Suites is in the air.What did you think of TPR? Seems a diverse range of opinions on it. Are you in the yeah! or meh! camp?
We certainly started in whY.... took years to upgrade to J ...... now we're enjoying the sweet-spot. Still do plenty of whY flying, so it's not all champagne and caviar.I think my next goal is save enough points for a F redemption. But I'm still excited about J, so there's time to work up to F. But your photos make it look so fancy!
No issues with the Champers I seeTPR menu. We sat down in the restaurant just after 6pm, I enquired why the lunch menu was still open. Waiter told me dinner kicks in after 6.30pm and the only real difference is Lobster. Since I had selected Lobster via BTC I went with satay and some Indian small bites the waiter recommended.
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That crispy pork looks sensational! This restaurant is now on the list for a visit when we are in Singapore in December.