ONE is spoilt for choice at the Lemon Garden Cafe as it offers a potpourri of flavours for all day dining.
The café has a hot, trendy interior design with the aroma of fresh food wafting through it and a visual feast of fresh greens and fruits greeting the customers.
The Salad Island with an abundance of greens, pickles, toppings and sauces resembles a fresh market vegetable corner, as the vegetables are fresh and crisp.
Local fruits for the popular local rojak dish also have a spot at the Salad Island.
At the Interactive Pasta Hotspot, customers get to decide what ingredients they want in the pasta.
Chef de cuisine Taki Panayotakos said diners had a choice of tomato, cream, pesto and aglio olio to pair with a selection of pastas, laid out in cute glass tumblers.
Just tell the chef you prefer marinara or bolognaise and he will whip it up in no time.
Chef Panayotakos said the house Spaghetti Carbonara, and Marinara were popular with customers.
Not far from the Salad Island and pasta corner is the picture-perfect Floating Tapas Counter filled with little appetisers to whet your appetite.
These appetisers in cute little plates offer a taste so that you can move on to bigger servings at the Western section.
The Western corner offers customers lamb, chicken and fish dishes, with vegetables, soups and potatoes to indulge in.
The Carving Station is another favourite spot that offers a rotation of Salmon Fillet with Hazelnut and Sundried Tomato Crust, Roasted Lamb, Roasted Ribeye, Roasted Duck, and Roasted Chicken.
For something a little closer to home, the local section beckons not too far away with a medley of favourites including Satay, Fish Curry, Chicken Curry, Dhal, Shawarma and Tandoori (king prawns, chicken, fish, lamb, cod fish tikka).
Sushi is speedily replenished at the Seafood Haven area with the Seafood Tier looking pretty delicious with fresh prawns (king and river prawns) handsomely decked nearby a row of freshly shucked oysters, clams and mussels.
The Sweet Sanctuary has four counters to tempt dessert lovers.
The second counter offers ice cream in innovative servings as they can be shaved, scooped, flavoured or shaped with a bit of teppanyaki zest thrown into it.
For more, the vertical dessert treats in drawers are fun to choose from as are the desserts placed on mounted spoons.
Lemon Garden is all about discovering cuisines as a variety of Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, Japanese, Italian, Mediterranean, Thai and Western dishes are laid out to assault your senses.
Source : STAR
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