It was an ardent promoter of independent music in its previous incarnation as CrazyWorld Café, but the 40-seat Table 24 is hoping that food – contemporary American with an Asian twist – is the main draw this time round.
Chef Richard Lee, who had a four-year spell working at fine-dining establishments in the US, is in charge of crafting a seasonal menu with a focus on sustainable ingredients – his opening attempt encompasses raw bar items that include white tuna tartare ($12) and pan seared sesame-crusted swordfish ($17), small plates like the tofu ceviche and watermelon gazpacho ($7) and roasted spiced lamb chops ($18) and mains such as a coffee-crusted pork chop and shrimp and grits ($24).
Meanwhile, support for local musicians will continue with the restaurant’s carefully curated playlists and music showcases on select Sundays.
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24 Temple St
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 5pm-11pm; Fri & Sat 5pm-midnight.|
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