21 Keong Saik Road
Roasts served: Roast beef or roast of the day. Saturdays and Sundays, 12pm to 7pm.
Trimmings: Trimmings for both of the roasts consisted of a crunchy Yorkshire pudding and a selection of vegetables soaked in the meat jus. The head chef changes the vegetables based on what tickles his fancy each week; our meals were served with soft potatoes, roasted onions and glazed carrots. Cost: $29
Review: In delightful when-steak-met-roast style, the roast beef was an Australian rib eye steak thickly sliced and seared in mustard. Roast of the day was tender sous vide pork bathed for over 48 hours and finished off in the oven alongside caramelised apples. For dessert, we tucked into a traditional apple and rhubarb crumble with a hearty blob of ice cream.The décor is retro, from the first Nintendo and cassette players to an original Pacman arcade game, which will keep the kids amused – and your other half, too, if you’re not careful.