Time Out says
At Quentin Pereira’s eponymous new digs, the menu brims with luscious Eurasian dishes cooked according to recipes handed down by his late grandmother. Intense and distinct flavours mark every course without a hint of hesitancy in the assembly of spices and execution. The patchri – halflogs of purple-skinned brinjal slathered in a deep mahogany paste of tamarind, sugar, onions and ginger – melts in the mouth, as do the bostador prawns – succulent, ruby-red crescents dressed in a sharp blend of turmeric, belachan and chilli.
L1 Eurasian Asociation House
139 Ceylon Road,
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 11am-2.30pm; 6-10.30pm.|
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