"Incorporation of modern elements to the charm of old prewar houses. We insist on fresh ingredients and minimalistic on the plate." ~ by Basil, Le Bistrot
While waiting for our fuels to be served on the table, I did my recreational activity! Photoshooting!
Another bewitching dish. Firstly, I thought that the deep-fried bronzed thingy is a meatball kind of thing. Well, don't judge a book by its cover! The moment Cathe halved it, both of us were like OMG! Our eyes were widely opened with surprises. The runny eye yolk bursting out of its shell! We couldn't resist anymore and lickety-split toss it into our mouth! So delicious! Cathe then let another normal-look poached egg split into half and to let the runny yolks smothering the ham and moistening the muffin. The pork ham is another strike! It somehow taste refreshingly sour to me. I like it so much. The Egg Florantine's mother is Egg Benedict, the only difference is the presence of spinach. I prefer having Egg Florantine as I like to binge vege! The side salad is mixed with rejuvenating light sweet-sour sauce. It taste so good and unique! The muffin on the bottom is not too thick and hard to bite, it's fluffy in my opinion! Overall, I give them a THUMPS UP! Nevertheless, I still rank the open sandwich at the 1st.
We ate this after finishing the two dishes. And I personally was not intrigued by this bagel which gains both positive and negative comments online. To the honest speaking, I think that the bagel was too dense to my liking. We could only hardly cut it off by using knife and full tilt energy. It was crunchy on the outside but kinda too chewy inside. It was not so fragrant either. And the smoked salmon inside tended to be sour and a bit fishy to me. All in all, I just not so into this dish. Sorry for my honesty! But you may have a try, maybe it was just me.