12 Jan '11, 3pm

La Petite Cuisine has my stamp of approval!

One thing about La Petite Cuisine? There's a full house every night. And this is in spite of the fact that this place accepts no reservations, takes no table orders, has no aircon, no fancy cutlery and boosts neither warm lighting nor ambient music. So why do people flock over to La Petite Cuisine? The food is good; and very very affordable. Our group of 5 shared 3 starters among us. The Pan-fried Foie Gras ($17) was just caramelized enough such that the exterior was very slightly crispy with the liver melting into a silky slurp upon contact with your tongue. The Goat Cheese was served on buttered baguette slices and was baked just enough to be presented in neat disc-shaped blocks yet easily spreadable on the crispy toast. The Prawn & Foie Gras Ravioli , though delicious, failed to bring out the flavours of the prawns and foie gras and tasted pretty much like chinese dumpl...

Full article: http://www.hungrygowhere.com/review/52303/

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