The barbecued king prawns were a knockout, but it’s a ‘no’ from me for the ribeye.
If you want to make an impression, this steakhouse might help.
That Tochigi grade A5 wagyu ribeye.
You’ll want to take your time at this restaurant, because the food and view are spectacular.
Ann Siang Hill is home to Oxwell & Co, which in one address contains a different concept on each floor within this three-storey heritage shophouse in Chinatown. The atmosphere is casual but retains an element of British charm, and the food is superb.
The promotional menu (only available in August) is great value and makes for a good dinner without the credit card anxiety.
Bistro du Vin is unapologetically informal and without any pretentious fuss associated with fine dining, and you get quality for what you pay.
Wining and dining is par for the course in wine country, and you can do a lot worse than a meal at Cole’s Chop House.
Cool bay winds, scenic waterfront views, fresh seafood, and a plethora of boats and floating homes all hint at Sausalito’s long maritime history.