The very first cafe that attracted me at Changi City Point was Eggs & Berries, serving all-day brunch. Then I also tried Grandma’s and some other restaurants which are also available at other malls.
Last year, I was waiting for the ‘pubbing lane’ to finish its renovation completion to check out the new food places and finally now, the lane is completed.
I saw there’s a restaurant with an interesting name, Table Manners, and decided to check it out.
Hubby wanted to try out Pang Prawn Toast but not available. So in the end we had Spicy Wings ($7.50) as snacks.
The wings aren’t as as spicy as those buffalo wings from Sunset Grill. It’s basically the layer of chilli sauce that covers the skin that is spicy. The tenderness is alright for me, but I feel the meat too little, maybe the wings are of the small ones?
Been craving for fish for the past one week and decided to just get the Fish and Chips ($16). Tastes average but I quite like the crispy truffle fries!
Arcadian Chicken ($16), roasted spiced chicken leg is delicious and juicy!
Instead of having my usual anything-to-do-with-chocolate desserts, I picked the Basil Lime Strawberry Tart. Super yummy and I heart the crust!
For the beverage, they do serve non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks. Cocktails are available too!
Disregard the table manners and hubby played around with the cute serviette!
At Table Manners, a simple illustration on table manners is indeed taught to the customers.
Very interesting! Here are some sharing tips on cutlery layout.
- Smaller glasses are placed before the larger one.
- Sharp edge of the knife is placed facing the plate.
- Distance between cutlery should be kept equal.
- Cutlery to be used first is placed furthest from the service plate.
5 Changi Business Park Central 1
Changi City Point
The Oasis #01-68/69.